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Publisher's Summary

This is audiobook #23 in the Casca Series.

Cursed by Christ on Golgotha, condemned to outlive the ages, and wander the globe as a constant soldier. Forever fighting, surviving and waiting for Him to return.

When pirates sink the merchant ship he's traveling on, Casca becomes trapped within the wreckage and dragged to the bottom of the Atlantic, where his immortal curse continues to keep him alive even as he drowns. Years later, he is rescued by African fishermen who believe Casca to be their legendary god of the sea returning to liberate their village from the tyranny of a madman. Feeling indebted to the villagers for rescuing him, the Eternal Mercenary prepares to confront the insane despot.

©1999 Paul Dengelegi; (P)2004 Books in Motion

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Not up to par!

Way too much detail, and not near enough action!
This series has been kind of like the Wizard of Oz for me. I like to go back and listen to it from time to time. This is the first time I've listen to this book and probably the last! I may go back and listen to the series again in a few years but I'm sure I'll skip this book!

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  • Charlie
  • SEAGOVILLE, TX, United States
  • 06-21-14

This is Casca?

What was most disappointing about Paul Dengelegi’s story?

This was am abysmal attempt at recreating the Casca series. I will say that Mr. dengue legit did improve it his second attempt, Casca: The Defiant. <br/>