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by Barry Sadler

  • Author: Barry Sadler
  • ISBN: 0441093329
  • ISBN13: 978-0441093328
  • ePub: 1313 kb | FB2: 1882 kb
  • Category: Action & Adventure
  • Publisher: Charter Books/The Berkley Pub.; 5th or later Edition edition (1985)
  • Pages: 204
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 119
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Casca The Damned ePub download

This is a book of fiction. All the names, characters and events portrayed in this book are Fictional and any resemblance to real people and incidents are purely coincidental.

This is a book of fiction. This is a book of fiction. Cover: Greg Brantley.

Barry Sadler (Author). Book 7 of 23 in the Casca The Eternal Mercenary Series

Barry Sadler (Author). Book 7 of 23 in the Casca The Eternal Mercenary Series. This is something I think all of us have felt when walking through the halls of the school you attended as a child or driving by the house you grew up in. Places, by themselves, are nothing without the people that made them special. The way Sadler relates this feeling really stands out in this book. One person found this helpful.

Casca is a series of paperback novels, and since January 2014, ebooks as well, created and written by author Barry Sadler in 1979. The stories revolve around the life of Casca Rufio Longinus, the soldier in the Roman legions who drove the Holy Lance into the side of Jesus Christ on Golgotha, and (in the novels) who is doomed by Jesus to wander the Earth aimlessly, always as a soldier, until the Second Coming. The character is loosely based on the Longinus legend of Christianity.

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Cursed by Christ on Golgotha, war is everlasting for Casca-the Eternal Mercenary. Casca returns to the Middle East-only this time it is the 20th century. Signing on to fight a religious war, Casca expects a slaughter

Cursed by Christ on Golgotha, war is everlasting for Casca-the Eternal Mercenary. Signing on to fight a religious war, Casca expects a slaughter. But what starts as a massacre gives way to victory-in only six days.

Barry Sadler will forever be known for this magnificent series of an immortal soldier called - Casca! This one was awesome in scope for the first half of the book. Casca goes utterly insane and runs in the wilds as a madman with wolves. This was expected from a man damned by Christ, having seen and gone thru horrific events. Memorable and fun series to read. Attila meets his match.

He was only permitted to give advice when asked for it and, of late, anytime he didn't agree with what Attila already had in mind, he was quickly shut up. Things were not going as he had planned. since they had left Gaul. True, they had rebuilt their armies from the nearly endless supply of manpower the steppes and wild lands had to offer. But Attila had insisted on starting raids against Illyricum and the provinces held by Emperor Marcian. That would mean trouble in the long run for he knew Attila planned on invading Italy in the summer.

Casca is a series of paperback novels, created and written by author Barry Sadler in 1979

Casca is a series of paperback novels, created and written by author Barry Sadler in 1979  . Casca is a series of paperback novels, created and written by author Barry Sadler in 1979. The stories revolve around the life of Casca Rufio Longinus, a soldier in the Roman legions who is cursed by Christ on Golgotha for driving a spear into him. For his efforts Casca was doomed to wander the Earth aimlessly, always as a soldier. Sadler wrote th. ore.

Narrated by Gene Engene

Narrated by Gene Engene. In a state of near despair, Casca leaves behind the now dreaded gates of the Persian Empire, and makes his way back to the Northlands.

Barry Allen Sadler (November 1, 1940 – November 5, 1989) was an American soldier, singer/songwriter, and author. Sadler served as a Green Beret medic, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant. He served in the Vietnam War from late December 1964 to late May 1965. Most of his work has a military theme, and he is best known for his patriotic "Ballad of the Green Berets," a hit in 1966.

Cae
I ordered this book to rebuild a collection my husband's mom had when he was a child. The reason for the 4 stars is the collection was all white covers like your post pic but the book that arrived has a brownish burgundy color. It wasn't what I thought it would be but the book is good quality and the price was very good. Shipped fast
Made-with-Love
I'm a Barry Sadler fan. This did not let me down.
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An interesting account of the Huns invasion of Western Europe in the 5th century, told through the eyes of Casca, fighting for the last time for the Roman Legions. The account of the battle between Attila's Huns and the legions under Aetius is well written. There is a poignant part early on when he returns to a favourite place we read about in an earlier novel, and one can't help but feel for the character. Certainly well worth a read.
Silverbrew
I liked this book for a couple of reasons. The first, and most obvious is that it is just a plain old well written story.
The second is the feeling of familiarity in some of the things Casca experiences here. Twice in the story he goes back to places that meant something to him in the distant past. This is something I think all of us have felt when walking through the halls of the school you attended as a child or driving by the house you grew up in. Places, by themselves, are nothing without the people that made them special. The way Sadler relates this feeling really stands out in this book.
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