Caesar and Sertorius by Tito Kithes Athano
Volume Two in the Series the Other Rome

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"This is the second volume in the series about Rome in a different timeline, where history took a different direction. After Drusus gains citizenship for the Italian Allies and Sulla achieves radical constitutional reforms, internal peace combines with brilliant military and political leadership to expand the Republic's power enormously.

Caius Julius Caesar and Quintus Sertorius, both outstanding men, find the rules of politics have changed. How can they make names for themselves in this new context, where personal ambition must wear the mask of patriotic duty?

One will ride events cleverly and be hailed as the greatest man in his generation; the other will fall foul of his lust for fame, and his name will become a by-word for treachery.

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Published April 24, 2013 by Xlibris. 544 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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