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Ave, Caesarion

(The Rise of Caesarion's Rome #1)

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Fifteen years ago, Caesar escaped assassination, and went on to be crowned Emperor of Rome. His son by Cleopatra, Caesarion, carries the blood of Mars, Venus, Isis, and Osiris in his veins—but will the power that the gods have granted him, be enough to secure his hold on Rome after his father’s death?

What of the powers his sister, Eurydice Julia, has begun to manifest, an
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Paperback, 1, 659 pages
Published October 21st 2016 by CreateSpace
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Mary Hartshorn
Nov 06, 2016 rated it really liked it
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I chose this book because I have been fascinated with Cleopatra for a long time, and one thing that I hardly found anything about was her children. So when I found out that this book is about her children in an alternate-timeline I had to read it. Before you start reading the story the author gives some warnings about things that might be disturbing to readers. This book is supposed to be taking place during a time where thing ...more
E.P.
Aug 22, 2017 rated it it was amazing
What if, instead of dying, Julius Caesar and Cleopatra had gotten married and produced magical children? That is the premise of "Ave, Caesarion," a prequel to the Edda-Earth saga, in which we find out how, instead of falling, Rome continued to rule for another two thousand years.

If you enjoyed the Edda-Earth books, then "Ave, Caesarion" is a necessary read. If you haven't read the Edda-Earth books yet, then "Ave, Caesarion" is a good place to start, since it sets up the backstory for the later b
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Black Fox Book Review
Title: Ave, Caesarion
Author: Deborah Davitt
Genre: Fantasy
Publication Date: October 20, 2016
Publisher: Self-Published
Pages: 534

This product was given to Black Fox Book Review in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: 3 out of 5


Amazon Book Blurb:

"A single event can reshape a world—or shatter it forever.

Fifteen years ago, Caesar escaped assassination, and went on to be crowned Emperor of Rome. His son by Cleopatra, Caesarion, carries the blood of Mars, Venus, Isis, and Osiris in his veins—but will
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Ju Transcendancing
I received an advance copy of this book in exchange for an honest review

I wanted to like this, I really did, but I'm about 50 pages in and I just don't care enough. The writing in this book is extremely clunky, it doesn't flow very well and the story doesn't unfold, the characters don't come alive very well. There are definitely moments where they do, but overall it's like I'm being shown where the story is and having everything pointed out. Another annoying part - which should be a plus but
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Deborah Davitt
Oct 21, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Well, that date there represents the date I *published* it. After. . . nine or ten drafts since December 2015, with two more in the can after it, and a still-in-progress fourth.

I go through many phases in writing. Loving what I've written. And, by the tenth pass, loathing it. And, eventually, years later, after studiously *not looking at it* again in the interim, I might smile and go "Hey. That was *me* who wrote that? That's . . . actually not bad."

Here's hoping everyone enjoys this blend of hi
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Deborah Davitt was born at an Army hospital in Washington state in 1974, but spent the first twenty-two years of her life in Reno, Nevada.

She graduated first in her class from the University of Nevada, Reno, in 1997, and took her BA in English Literature with a strong focus on medieval and Renaissance literature. In 1999, she received an MA in English from Penn State.

Since then, she has taught com
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