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  • Soldier of Rome - The Sacrovir Revolt: Book Two of the Artorian Chronicles | James Mace

    Soldier of Rome - The Sacrovir Revolt: Book Two of the Artorian Chronicles

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 16 mins)
    • By James Mace
    • Narrated By Nigel Patterson
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    It has been three years since the wars against Arminius and the Cherusci. Gaius Silius, legate of the 20th Legion, is concerned that the barbarians - though shattered by the war - may be stirring once again. He also seeks to confirm the rumors regarding Arminius' death. What Silius does not realize is that there is a new threat to the empire, but it does not come from beyond the frontier; it is coming from within, where a disenchanted nobleman looks to sow the seeds of rebellion in Gaul.

  • Soldier of Rome: The Legionary Book One of the Artorian Chronicles | James Mace

    Soldier of Rome: The Legionary Book One of the Artorian Chronicles

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 46 mins)
    • By James Mace
    • Narrated By Nigel Patterson
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    In the year A.D. 9, three Roman Legions under Quintilius Varus were betrayed by the Germanic war chief, Arminius, and destroyed in the forest known as Teutoburger Wald. Six years later Rome is finally ready to unleash her vengeance on the barbarians. The Emperor Tiberius has sent his adopted son, Germanicus Caesar, into Germania with an army of forty-thousand legionaries. The come not on a mission of conquest, but one of annihilation. With them is a young legionary named Artorius.

  • Brutal Valour: The Tragedy of Isandlwana: The Anglo-Zulu War, Book 1 | James Mace

    Brutal Valour: The Tragedy of Isandlwana: The Anglo-Zulu War, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (15 hrs and 35 mins)
    • By James Mace
    • Narrated By Jonathan Waters
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    It is December 1878, and war looms on the horizon in South Africa. British high commissioner Sir Henry Bartle-Frere seeks to dismantle the powerful neighboring kingdom of the Zulus and uses an incursion along the disputed border as his justification for war. He issues an impossible ultimatum to the Zulu king, Cetshwayo, demanding he disband his armies and pay massive reparations. With a heavy heart, the king prepares his nation for war against their former allies.

  • Empire Betrayed: The Fall of Sejanus | James Mace

    Empire Betrayed: The Fall of Sejanus

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 48 mins)
    • By James Mace
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    Duty bound to save the Empire from falling further under a tyrannical usurper, Cursor resolves to unravel the conspiracy and bring the perpetrators to justice. Aiding him is an old friend; a retired Master Centurion named Gaius Calvinus. Regrettably, they know that if successful, Tiberius' retribution will be swift and brutal, sparing neither the innocent nor the guilty. This leaves only two dark paths for Cursor and Calvinus; either allow the pending reign of terror under a ruthless usurper, or unleash the unholy vengeance of an emperor betrayed.

  • Forlorn Hope: The Storming of Badajoz | James Mace

    Forlorn Hope: The Storming of Badajoz

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By James Mace
    • Narrated By Nigel Patterson
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    In the spring of 1812, the British army under Sir Arthur Wellesley, Earl of Wellington, has driven the French from Portugal. With Napoleon obsessed by the invasion of Russia, Wellington turns toward Spain. The way is barred by two fortresses, Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. When Ciudad Rodrigo collapses after a short siege, Wellington prepares to break the fortress of Badajoz, the most formidable stronghold in Europe and commanded by the seasoned warrior, Baron Armand Philippon.

  • Courage, Marshal Ney: Last Stand of the Bravest of the Brave | James Mace

    Courage, Marshal Ney: Last Stand of the Bravest of the Brave

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 59 mins)
    • By James Mace
    • Narrated By John Szura
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    In June of 1815, Napoleon Bonaparte's attempts at reclaiming the French Empire are destroyed on the field of Waterloo. With the Bourbon monarchy restored to the throne of France, King Louis XVIII seeks his revenge against many of Napoleon's former generals. While many are sent into exile, the fanatical royalists demand that one in particular pay with his life. That man is Michel Ney, Marshal of France; called by both friend an enemy as "The Bravest of the Brave".

  • I Stood with Wellington | James Mace

    I Stood with Wellington

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By James Mace
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    In February, 1815, after nine months in exile, Napoleon Bonaparte, the deposed Emperor of the French, escaped from the Isle of Elba. Seizing the initiative while the European powers bicker amongst themselves at the Congress of Vienna, Napoleon advances towards Belgium with an enormous army, where the combined forces of Prussia and England are cantoned. In Belgium, Captain James Henry Webster has finally returned to a line regiment after being terribly wounded at the Siege of Badajoz three years prior.

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