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Avenging Africanus: Belisarius and the Roman Empire's Return to Africa (Legend of Africanus) (Volume 2) Paperback – September 2, 2015
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AVENGING AFRICANUS is the sequel to From Africanus, and it is followed by Immortal Africanus (the last book in the Legend of Africanus trilogy). These books are the product of my obsession with this Rome, Rome on the cusp of the dark ages - a darkness that had already engulfed the Western Empire and now menaced the East.
The world fully expected the Romans to fail as Roman armies had failed in the field against the Vandals and their Germanic 'barbarian' cousins for generations. If they lost to the Vandals there would be no retreat and no hope of reinforcements. And if Justinian and Belisarius lost this war, the Eastern Roman Empire itself would be in grave jeopardy.
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Read the entire trilogy--Book one is OK, Book Two is the High point, Book Three sums it all up in reasonable fashion.