Bellum Cantabricum (Hardcover)

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Bellum Cantabricum (Hardcover)

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Rome searches in the impregnable lands of the north, how to conquer the indominable Cantabrians and Astures. Meanwhile, the city fortified by Bergida is consumed with flames, Sekeios, an Autregon mercenary at Rome’s service flees the camp after an incident with the governor of Tarraconense, Gayo Antistio Veto. Lost in enemy territory, Concan warriors will lead him to Aracillum, bastion of the Cantabrian resistance. The governor has sworn to hunt him down. Sekeios is alone and a journey of no return will lead him to kneel before the feared leader Corocotta. To survive he will first have to face the hatred and hostility of the highlanders; the brutal offensive of the legions of Prince Augusto, whose objective is none other than to gain absolute control of the Iberian Peninsula and despite sweats and battles, he will meet his love Turennia…A conflict that will test their own convictions and desires in the framework of the battle for the survival of the last free peoples of Hispania. A war that will change the fate of the known world and your own. Until the last consequences.
José Manuel Aparicio resides in Portugalete. He is an editorial consultant in the editorial services agency Rubric. His literary references include authors such as Robert Graves, Roald Dahl, Juan Eslava Galán and many others. As a short story writer he has received many recognitions. As a novelist his passion for history and his need to narrate it left him to write award-winning Banderizos (Roca Editorial, 2015), his first novel. José Manuel Aparicio sits as one of the most powerful voices of the genre.
Product Details ISBN: 9788435063616
ISBN-10: 8435063615
Publisher: Edhasa
Publication Date: March 1st, 2020
Pages: 452
Language: Spanish