Andrew is an Italian author and academic. He has published several non-fiction books as well as historical novels including the Invincible series and the Dictator trilogy. His works have been translated into five languages.
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A grippinng historical thriller and third instalment in The Invincibles Saga.
The battle for control of Rome continues. Will Octavin succeed in defeating the dangerous pirate, Sextus Pompeius.
Octavin has defeated and killed Caesars assassins, but the road to absolute power is still long and treacherous. Threat now comes from Sextus – a cunning pirate active along the Italian coasts, who terriorises Perugia’s citizens with his constant attacks.
Octavin and his associates don’t have time to celebrate their victory in the final battle in the civil war before another even more bloody threat arises: the one presented by Sextus at sea.
The long campaign against the pirates proves frustrating, and often sees Octavian close to defeat and even death. Everything seems to conspire against him: his enemy appears to be recieving divine assistance, public opinion is against him, the soldiers lack confidence in their commander, and rebellion is just around the corner.
Extract from Book
“Pompey waved his arm in so violent a gesture of contempt that is almost made him lose his balance. “If you have not come to suggest sharing the empire with me, there is no point to us having his meeting. Go back to Rome and explain to the people who are starving that you do not want to share your power with anyone. Not even with those who could defeat you, if only they wanted to,” he cried, then turned and walked away angrily followed by Libo.”
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Many thanks to Aria Publication and Andrew Frediani.