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by Charlton Griffin,Barry Sadler

ePub The African Mercenary (Casca Series) download
Author:
Charlton Griffin,Barry Sadler
ISBN13:
978-1588071125
ISBN:
158807112X
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Publisher:
Americana Pub Inc; Abridged edition (August 1, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Action & Adventure
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1997 kb
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1955 kb
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4.9
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287

Barry Sadler (Author), Charlton Griffin (Narrator). Book 14 of 23 in the Casca The Eternal Mercenary Series.

Barry Sadler (Author), Charlton Griffin (Narrator). Casca is for the most part a full scale battle warrior. He is brought into conflicts that constitute worthy historical events. This is good, but it requires a great deal of thought to appreciate all that is going on around him.

In this book Sadler has created an interesting cast of characters who fight alongside Casca and his ability to write great . This is number 12 in the now classic Casca Series by Barry Sadler and follows, Casca: The Legionnaire.

In this book Sadler has created an interesting cast of characters who fight alongside Casca and his ability to write great action scenes is certainly evident in the African Mercenary. It is rather annoying that the author avoids discussing Rhodesia at the beginning, although it is almost certain that some of the action takes place there.

The African Mercenary book. Once again Mr Sadler spins his story to the great enjoyment of the reader.

As with the first Shaka, they were given the name meaning "haze" to signify the manner in which they surrounded their enemies and destroyed them.

As with the first Shaka, they were given the name meaning "haze" to signify the manner in which they surrounded their enemies and destroyed them o call them lions, then that did not displease him either, for they were his lions. Very few knew his great secret. Only his mother and the wizards of his home village had seen the signs at his birth that marked him as the inheritor of Shaka, first of the great Zulu kings. It was he who had brought the warring tribes of the southern Bantu under one standard.

His popular Casca series is about the title character, Casca Rufio Longinius (a combination of. .Sadler moved to Guatemala City in 1984. He continued to write and publish his Casca books, produced a never-released self-defense video, and provided free medical treatment in rural villages.

His popular Casca series is about the title character, Casca Rufio Longinius (a combination of Longinus and the Wandering Jew), supposedly the Roman soldier who thrust his lance into Christ's side during the crucifixion. Casca is cursed to remain a soldier until the Second Coming. The novels feature Casca's life from biblical times to the 20th century. On September 7, 1988, Sadler was shot in the head while sitting in a cab in Guatemala City.

Casca Desert Mercenary: Casca Series By: Barry Sadler. Narrated by: Gene Engene. With a hardcore group of international mercenaries, Casca assaults a fortress on a mountaintop high above the blistering Algerian desert. By RBatt on 10-10-19. Length: 5 hrs and 1 min. Unabridged. Casca: The Legionnaire: Casca Series By: Barry Sadler.

Narrated by Gene Engene. Killing Dzhombe, who claims to be an immortal god, is only part of the problem.

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  • I'm a Barry Sadler fan. This did not let me down.

  • This volume of the Casca series written by the legendary Barry Sadler takes place (mostly) in Africa, where a mercenary named Casey Romain is engaged to overthrow the brutal dictator of a small country. Casey Romain is actually Casca, the Roman legionaire who pierced Christ's side with his spear while He was on the cross. Casca is doomed to live until Christ's return fighting war after war until that happens.

    In this book Sadler has created an interesting cast of characters who fight alongside Casca and his ability to write great action scenes is certainly evident in the African Mercenary. It is rather annoying that the author avoids discussing Rhodesia at the beginning, although it is almost certain that some of the action takes place there. This is the first of these I've read in 20 years but like Casca himself, it seems timeless.