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Casca series full of war fiction

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Initial post: Sep 5, 2008 5:26:44 AM PDT
Tony Roberts says:
If anyone likes war fiction and a series dedicated to this then try the 'Casca' series started by Barry Sadler. Currently there are 27 in the series covering 2000 years of a man cursed to immortality who fights in many of the famous conflicts of history. He's a Roman soldier who spears Jesus on the cross and is Cursed for that action. Many of the early books in the series deal with that part of his life story but many of the later books jump round in history and you have WWI, WWII, the US Civil War, modern day conflicts and the Mongol Empire covered, to name but a few. See for all details on the series and check the amazon review of all the books by typing in 'casca' in the subject of books and you'll get most of them up right away. Certainly a series to check over.

Posted on Apr 12, 2010 11:12:13 PM PDT
misterclock says:
thanks. I'm always looking for more military fiction.

Posted on Apr 13, 2010 1:00:30 AM PDT
Tony Roberts says:
Plenty in that case in Casca books - I wrote the original posting nearly two years ago and there are now 32 books in the series - the latest one being CASCA The Anzac (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, #32) which is set in the First World War.

Posted on Jul 5, 2011 1:55:07 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Jul 5, 2011 1:57:45 PM PDT
America's Galactic Foreign Legion - Book 1: Feeling Lucky

I love the The Eternal Mercenary (Casca, No. 1) series. It's popularity even survived the death of its author. However, the series should be made available on Kindle.
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