Blood of Rome: Caratacus
Blood of Rome: Caratacus is the compelling story of the Roman invasion of Britain in AD 43, told from both perspectives. It is the first book in the Blood of Rome series that will take the reader back in time, where they will experience Britannia at war against overwhelming odds and against a far superior enemy. Only one man chooses to stand against such a foe and lead his people and other tribes against the might of Rome, Caratacus.
Brutality, betrayal, love, lust and greed clash as brothers go to war against each other in this true story based on historical fact. Told in a way that exposes for the first time all the elements that combined to ensure a fight to the death between two warrior cultures. One deemed as uncivilised and barbaric, the other, the largest Empire in the known world who has already failed twice before to bring the Britons to heal.
Caratacus fights a war that he didn't start, he didn't want and was unprepared for but as his forefathers fought the Roman Legions, he too will be forced to take up the sword against them in a battle that is to last five times longer than that of even the warrior Queen Boudicca. This is his story, Blood of Rome: Caratacus.
Published: 27 September 2013