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    PDF NEW Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1) á Thomas M.D. Brooke Cassius Aprilis formerly senior tribune of a legion in Roman Germania has returned to Rome in acclaim after saving his troops from a German ambush No one knows that the attack broke Cassius’s nerve forcing him to resign from command Bitterly ashamed and loathing himself for his cowardice he returns to his old l

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    READ Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1) PDF NEW Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1) á Thomas M.D. Brooke READ ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Thomas M.D. Brooke Roman Mask got off to a rocky start for me but as soon as I stumbled across the name “Varus” I knew I was onto something Our hero Cassius Aprilis was introduced to us as a spoiled rich kid drinking and partying his way through an endless succession of meaningless days This is not the kind of book I like and I almost put it down but luckily I was saved by a plot twist when Augustus sent him to Germany as an

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  • Paperback
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  • Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1)
  • Thomas M.D. Brooke
  • English
  • 11 June 2020
  • 9781514343265

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READ Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1) Thomas M.D. Brooke ´ 9 READ READ ò Roman Mask (The Cassius Chronicles #1) He is seduced by the many vices of Rome However his scandalous life is soon upset by a summons from the Emperor's wife It ends his happy decadent life and returns him to Germany to assist the Roman legions in their greatest ever trial and the events that will resound down in history in the dark forests of the Teutobur. Roman Mask got off to a rocky start for me but as soon as I stumbled across the name Varus I knew I was onto something Our hero Cassius Aprilis was introduced to us as a spoiled rich kid drinking and partying his way through an endless succession of meaningless days This is not the kind of book I like and I almost put it down but luckily I was saved by a plot twist when Augustus sent him to Germany as an aide to Governor Varus Suddenly it all started to make sense Our Cassius wasn t really a wastrel he was a tortured soul who felt like a fraud as he was celebrated for a lucky break during a near fatal campaign where he saved his fellow soldiers from almost certain death What no one knew except the reader was that he suffered what can best be described as PTSD and now he was being thrust back into service into what was destined to become one of Rome s most disastrous defeats of all time So now we get to watch him wriggle his way through a new assignment trying to hide his cowardice while at the same time we get to see a thorough and engrossing description of Varus s folly Due to their immense hubris the Romans assumed that every conuered culture would be grateful to contribute to civilizing themselves Roman style Varus might have been a good governor over a less warlike society but he totally miscalculated his German province He missed all the vital signs including patrols that never returned and reports from worried subordinates Surrounded by luxury Varus heard what he wanted to hear and scorned the advice of experienced soldiers who knew all was not uite right Cassius Aprilis soon came to doubt the commander s competence but he too was deceived by allies whose carefully laid treachery had been planned for many years When the inevitable revolt burst upon the Romans they were totally outnumbered and doomed from the start Once things started moving this book was hard to put down Tension swelled from the time Cassius started his journey to Germany and kept on going all the way to the end The story was well plotted and moved along uickly I didn t know a lot about the German disaster aside from what I saw in I Claudius and I think the author did a great job of painting a very memorable picture Making Him Sweat Taking Him Down partying his way through an endless succession of meaningless days This is not the kind of book I like and I almost Judaism As a Civilization Toward a Reconstruction of American Jewish Life put it down but luckily I was saved by a Badger's Parting Gifts plot twist when Augustus sent him to Germany as an aide to Governor Varus Suddenly it all started to make sense Our Cassius wasn t really a wastrel he was a tortured soul who felt like a fraud as he was celebrated for a lucky break during a near fatal campaign where he saved his fellow soldiers from almost certain death What no one knew except the reader was that he suffered what can best be described as PTSD and now he was being thrust back into service into what was destined to become one of Rome s most disastrous defeats of all time So now we get to watch him wriggle his way through a new assignment trying to hide his cowardice while at the same time we get to see a thorough and engrossing description of Varus s folly Due to their immense hubris the Romans assumed that every conuered culture would be grateful to contribute to civilizing themselves Roman style Varus might have been a good governor over a less warlike society but he totally miscalculated his German Ostende 1936 Sommer der Freundschaft province He missed all the vital signs including Die Entwicklung des Sozialismus von der Utopie zur Wissenschaft patrols that never returned and reports from worried subordinates Surrounded by luxury Varus heard what he wanted to hear and scorned the advice of experienced soldiers who knew all was not uite right Cassius Aprilis soon came to doubt the commander s competence but he too was deceived by allies whose carefully laid treachery had been Ist dieses Buch ansteckend? 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