Eagle in Exile: The Clash of Eagles Trilogy Book II

Eagle in Exile: The Clash of Eagles Trilogy Book II

Eagle in Exile: The Clash of Eagles Trilogy Book II

Alan Smale

Perfect for fanatics of Bernard Cornwell, Steve Berry, Naomi Novik, and Harry Turtledove, Alan Smale’s gripping exchange background sequence imagines an international during which the Roman Empire has survived lengthy sufficient to invade North the USA in 1218. Now the lovely tale incorporates hero Gaius Marcellinus deeper into the tradition of a unprecedented people—whose humanity, bravery, love, and ingenuity eternally swap his existence and destiny.
In A.D. 1218, Praetor Gaius Marcellinus is ordered to beat North the US and turning it right into a Roman province. yet open air the partitions of the good urban of Cahokia, his legion is destroyed outright; Marcellinus is the one one spared. within the months and years that keep on with, Marcellinus involves see North the USA as his domestic and the Cahokians as his kinfolk. He vows to guard those proud humans from any danger, Roman or native.
After effectively repelling an invasion by means of the fearsome Iroqua tribes, Marcellinus realizes susceptible and fractured North the USA won’t stand an opportunity opposed to the returning Roman military. Worse, rival factions from inside threaten to rip Cahokia aside simply whilst it has to be so much united and powerful. Marcellinus is decided to save lots of the civilization that has come to intend extra to him than the empire he as soon as served. yet to outlive the swords of Roma, he first needs to steer clear of one other Iroqua assault and produce Cahokia jointly. in simple terms with the hearts and souls of a state at his again can Marcellinus wish to grasp triumph.

Praise for Alan Smale and Eagle in Exile
“In Alan Smale, speculative fiction has been dealt a successful hand. half historian, half anthropologist, half scientist, Smale is a Renaissance guy with a storyteller’s present for letting tireless learn tell the narrative with no overwhelming it. Smale entertains, educates, and enraptures.”—Myke Cole, writer of Javelin Rain
“[Eagle in Exile] has the speed and scope of a Michener or Uris epic. . . . Smale’s motion scenes cut back throughout web page after web page, extreme and bloody. . . . seize your dagger and sword, for the conflict continues.”Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“Warfare, political clash, relatives strife—these are all offered in an epic scope the place any choice or mistaken circulate can endlessly swap society.”—Tech Times
“Thoroughly plausible . . . Marcellinus is a sophisticated guy, a hero we will all get behind.”—Historical Novels Review

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