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Warrior: Brothers of the Sword: Part Four of the Roman Caratacus series

Simon Scarrow

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Historical adventure

The stunning fourth episode of Warrior, the story of Britannia's barbarian warlord Caratacus. From the Sunday Times bestselling authors of Invader and Pirata.

AD 26, Britannia. After leading his men to victory in his first true battle against a neighbouring tribe, Prince Caratacus has come of age. Now, as fears grow of a Roman invasion, he proposes a daring plan: to undermine the enemy through a series of ruthless surprise raids.

Caratacus is prepared for a gruelling campaign, in the midst of a harsh winter. But those close to him are troubled by his plan to break the honoured traditional rules of tribal warfare: not only is their honour at stake, but they also fear incurring the wrath of the Druids. As Caratacus and his brothers battle their way forward in dangerous terrain, he faces a threat from within . . .

Warrior: the new series set in Britannia - the wildest reach of the Roman Empire . . . From the Sunday Times bestselling authors of Invader and Pirata.

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Praise for Warrior: Brothers of the Sword: Part Four of the Roman Caratacus series

  • 'Plenty of action and the novel zings along at a cracking pace' - Historical Novels Review

  • 'Scarrow's [novels] rank with the best' - Independent

  • Praise for Simon Scarrow's novels of the Roman Empire: 'I really don't need this kind of competition... It's a great read' - Bernard Cornwell

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Simon Scarrow

Simon Scarrow is a Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author. His successful books - which have sold over 5 million copies - include his Eagles of the Empire novels featuring Roman soldiers Macro and Cato, most recently THE EMPEROR'S EXILE, TRAITORS OF ROME and THE BLOOD OF ROME, as well as BLACKOUT, a bestselling World War 11 thriller, and many more. He lives in Norfolk with his wife.

www.simonscarrow.co.uk and on Facebook /officialsimonscarrow and Twitter @SimonScarrow

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