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By Conn Iggulden

From the writer of the bestselling The risky ebook for Boys
The yr is fifty three B.C. Julius Caesar techniques his ultimate destiny—a future that would be determined no longer by way of legions yet via his good friend Brutus and a bewitching Egyptian queen named Cleopatra. . . .

Fresh from victory in Gaul, Julius Caesar leads his battle-hardened legions around the Rubicon.The armies of Rome will face one another eventually in civil battle, led through the 2 maximum generals ever to stroll the seven hills. From the spectacles of the sector to the whispered lies of conspirators, writer Conn Iggulden brings to lifestyles a global marked by means of fierce loyalty and sour betrayal, with darkish occasions shrouded in noble beliefs.

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