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Marching With Caesar: Civil War: Volume 3 Paperback – 15 Nov 2012

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  • Paperback: 538 pages
  • Publisher: R. W. Peake (15 Nov. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0985703024
  • ISBN-13: 978-0985703028
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 3.4 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 566,422 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is five stars because the system won't (so far as I know) allow the 4.5 stars I'd prefer to give. I've found the Marching with Caesar series gripping, well-researched, authoritative, convincing and highly entertaining. Why would I deduct half a star if I could? Regrettably, because of the writing.
All the books so far - and I'm already on volume VIII - have been littered with errors that caused me, as a reader, to stumble, and have even from time to time brought me to the point of wondering if I should not perhaps abandon the series rather than proceed on what is sometimes a very bumpy ride. Principal, among those problems, is word repetition. 'Suddenly', for example, is a word that needs to be used very carefully and really NOT twice in the same sentence. 'Finally' is a good word, but not three times, as I have found it, in the same sentence. And these are not the only examples by a long, long way. To 'return back', as the heroes of these books do time and time again, has the effect for many readers of fingernails scraping a blackboard. To 'return' means 'to go back'. To 'go back back', which 'return back' means, jars every time I read it.
The books deserve better editing, not least because, fundamentally, they are great books. Were they not so great this would have been a four star review at best, and I cannot bring myself to do that.
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An absolutely brilliant book , R W Peake is very authorative in describing the Legionaires way of life when on the front line, he describes in detail life in battle mode and fighting the various barbarians they have to confront. This book you will find holds you in it to the very end and makes you long for the next one, I have read all of the series up to this one and they are all alike and I will be buying the next in the series number 3 and look forward to it. D Bowen
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I count the first marching with caesar in the top ten of my all time books along with simon scarrow books and bernard cornwell...

Marching with Caesar Civil War is now fighting for my number 1 book ever read. The story is amazingly written and I feel the characters are so real. The emotions described are so relatable and the story just draws you in.

I sit here reading the book for the second time now, laughing along with Titus, feeling horrible when he does and wanting to cry with him too.

Peake is so good at making the characters in his story relatable and real. Battles feel like you are inthe midst of the blood shed, conversations between characters make you feel like you are sat right there with them sharing a cup, and the whirlwind of emtions in the book feel real.

I can not recommend enough that you read this book. The only down side to it is that you will forget to eat, sleep or work so you won't put the book down.
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Another very good book by a very good author, so much so when reading in bed at night I found it hard to put down. More tired days at work. Oh, I apologise for calling Peake Kane in my review of the previous book. It's an age thing. Written at 0016hrs and now starting book three! More please.
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Fast moving, action packed historical fiction. You get caught up in the life and times of Pullus and indeed Ceaser himself.
Close your eyes and you could actually be there, on the right, shields locked, waiting for battle to commence.
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Found myself scanning over passages. There is much to digest here but it conveys what it must have been like in this brutal world. Rome was not right but the alternative was eternal darkness or at least a long night.
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This brilliant book has been so well researched that you feel that it is you marching with Caesar. Although everything is through Titus' eyes, the sounds, smells and action is such that you almost be there. I await the nex installment to continue with the 10th Legion.
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The second book in the series follows on in the same dynamic story telling style of the first Marching with Caesar - Conquest of Gaul.
With the now Primus Pilus of Caesars X Legion, Titus Pullus, recounting the tail of his life and struggles during the time of the Civil War, retracing his steps from Dyrrhachium and Pharsalus against Pompeius Magnus' Legions, following him to Alexandria and the further campaigns against the surviving Pompeian Forces in Africa & Spain. Sadly ending with the cowardly murder of, in my opinion, the greatest Roman General ever, Gaius Julius Caesar. Leading to the beginning of the turbulent events following this.
Like the first book. The story flows at a fast pace and again is written in a way that is not trying to be too over elaborate. In other words, by anyone who just enjoys a good read and a good historical account of Roman History. The descriptions of the battle formations, equipment, day to day life style and attitudes of the Legionaries are what I would consider to be very accurate. The authors own Military experiences are obviously apparent in this.
I found this book hard to put down, reading it in a short period of time. Again, Congratulations to R.W. Peake on another excellent book. Looking forward to the third book - Marching with Caesar - Antony & Cleopatra.
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