Barry Sadler's Casca the Liberator Mass Market Paperback – 1 Nov 1999
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The Character was so different from Casca he doesn't even qualify to be the same person. Casca dies then lives again once, the situation permits, enduring the agony of living again. This guy lives and breathes under water, and fights with a spear through his heart and lungs. Get the character right. Casca was more like a spectator through most of the book. The action was chopped up with excessive descriptions. He did very little speaking. All he did was think. If you take out most of this there wouldn't be much book left. The book was basically boring. Casca should be in the thick of the action, not loafing around getting fat with a woman and her two overly young daughters for chapter after chapter. This was the first time I was relieved when I finished a book from the casca series.
Mr. Dengelegi, please try again, just don't try and change the character too much. Casca is Casca not a philosopher.