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Eboracvm: The Fortress

(The Eboracvm #2)

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It’s historic battles and the paradoxes of life’s choices.

Book Two of the Eboracum series sees the paths of two generations of Celts and Romans cross once more in a confusion of violence and divided loyalties that must be resolved. The time is now A.D. 48 in the land that will one day be known as Scotland where blood is being spilled on both sides of the conflict.

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Paperback, 423 pages
Published December 29th 2008 by Trafford Publishing
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This novel continues the story of Gaius Sabinius Trebonius, now legate of the VIIII Hispana, based now at Eboracum, and Cethen Lamh-fada, the Brigantian minor chieftain. Having travelled north with a woman warrior of the Carvetii to the Caledonians, Cethen and followers hope, to drive Romans decisively from Britain with one massive push. The sagas of the two families place emphasis on the second generation. Briton and Roman children of the two families intermarry and Gaius formally adopts Cethen ...more
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I loved Eboracum, The Village, and embarked on The Fortress with keen anticipation. I wasn’t let down. This is similarly well-written and populated with equally likeable and complicated characters. Not only do the original characters from The Village appear, but they’re joined by their relatives. What I found particularly fascinating was the author’s portrayal of the process of Romanisation. A major character, Rhun, while the son of Cethan Lamh-fada (one of the principal characters of The Villag ...more
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The Eboracvm (4 books)
  • Eboracum: The Village (The Eboracvm Trilogy , #1)
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