Praise for Fredrik Nath's Roman novels:
- Yeovil Literary Prize, for Galdir - A Slave's Tale
"A captivating tale of heroism that grabbed my attention from the first page."
- Daisydown Press
"Similar to Iggulden, better than many in this genre"
- Amazon review of Galdir - Rebel of the North
"Beautifully written, perfectly paced, plotted and structured. It never wavers from its narrative trajectory or its cast-iron plot ... A gripping, thoroughly satisfying novel, genre writing at its best."
- Dexter Petley, author of White Lies
"A real triumph from an author who is going from strength to strength."
- Gordon Doherty, bestselling author of Legionary and Legionary: Viper of the North
82 BC, the Roman senate hold sway over vast territories. But upheaval is on its way. The rise of Julius Caesar, the fall of the Republic and the far off troubles with Pontic adversary the great King Mithridates will change the face of the Roman world as no other events could. Against this tumultuous backdrop, Aulus Veridius Scapula holds the secret of unimaginable wealth hidden inside an amulet around his neck. When his parents are murdered for the amulet, he is orphaned on the streets of Rome, and turning to thievery, he is forced into the Ninth Legion. His journey takes him under the leadership of Legatus Lucullus to Sinope and Armenia. But on the way, he learns to love and defend the honour of his family name.
AMULET - THE CAUCASUS CAMPAIGN mixes epic Roman conquest with the intriguing plot of an orphan-turned-footsoldier. The story sweeps from brutal sea and land battles to the power struggles of conniving Centurions and a dangerous dalliance with the lonely Queen of a conquered nation. Fans of Fredrik Nath's 'Galdir' series won't be disappointed.