CASCA (The Eternal Mercenary, 1)
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CASCA (The Eternal Mercenary, 1)

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Published by Book In Motion .
Written in English

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatAudio Cassette
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12279810M
ISBN 101581164882
ISBN 109781581164886

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The War Lord is the third installment of the Casca series and this time the setting of the book is in China. In this book, Casca awakes from a euphoric sleep and sees his spear go into the side of a man who was on a cross. His spear gets lost as he is sent from Judea.   When told to finish the Jew off Casca stabs him in the side, just as the Bible tells it, but Jesus has a few words with Casca. The rest of Casca's life is then changed, and so the legend begins. Anyone interested in historical fiction and/or immortality should definitely read this book if not the entire series of 22 books spanning years/5(47). Continuing the satisfyingly brutal series of stories, in which Casca Longinus encounters near death experiences around the world, century after century, after being comdemned to eternal life "as a soldier" until Christ's return on Judgement this story, Casca sails to the new world abord a The Eternal Mercenary () 4 of 5 Votes: 2. The Eternal Mercenary created by Barry Sadler, forever fighting until the Second Coming. This website is dedicated to the history, character and novels of this immortal soldier. In over 50 novels Casca fights throughout 2, years of history, from the time of the Caesars to the modern day.

  Casca is straight up pulpy shlock. It's non-apologetic about it, and keeps a decent pace, which are probably the only things I'll find to compliment this book on. Certainly not the prose, which is functional at best. The book has many occasions where 70's slang wreck the suspension of disbelief in this Roman-era story.4/5. AD Casca rescues Neda and lives with her on her farm (p ) AD; AD; AD Casca leaves Neda to join the Legions again (page ) AD Campaign against Persia – battle of Ctesiphon. Casca tries to commit suicide but fails due to Curse (page ) AD – AD Casca 5: The Barbarian. Casca: The Eternal Mercenary is a series of military adventure novels created by American novelist Barry Sadler. The titular character, Casca Rufio Longinus, is the Roman soldier who drove a spear into Jesus Christ. Because of this, he has been forced to roam the Earth as a mercenary until the Second Coming. Publius Servilius Casca Longus (84 BC – c. 42 BC) was one of the assassins of Julius and several other senators conspired to kill him, a plan which they carried out on 15 March, 44 BC. Afterwards, Casca fought with the liberators during the Liberators' civil is believed to have died by suicide after their defeat at the Battle of Philippi in 42 BC.

Casca (Series) Book 20 Barry Sadler Author Gene Engene Narrator. The Trench Soldier Casca (Series) Book 21 Barry Sadler Author Gene Engene Narrator () The Mongol Casca (Series) Book 22 Barry Sadler Author Gene Engene Narrator () The Liberator Casca (Series) Book 23 Paul Dengelegi. In the mid of s, Sadler decided to relocate to Guatemala City and sponsored a restaurant called La Europa. During this time he was still continuing to publish the Casca books but majorly as a ghostwriter. On 7th September the year , Sadler was shot in the head by someone pursuing robbery. Casca the Confederate (CASCA The Eternal Mercenary, Book 27). of Casca: The Warlord. In 2nd century China, Casca first encounters the fanatical disciples of the Brotherhood of The Lamb who amputate his hand. Casca manages to have the hand sewn back on by one of his traveling companions. He is also buried alive by.