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Head of Zeus
01 Jul 2016 * EBOOK * £2.99 * 9781784978884

Octavian, Julius Caesar's legitimate heir, is determined to avenge his adoptive father murder. Gathering together a group of young people, he forms a sect dedicated to vengeance and the creation of a new order.

Fiction / FJH (Action & Adventure)
Extent: 320 pages
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Also in Rome's Invincibles series
Survival: An epic historical adventure novelRome's Invincibles, 1by Andrew Frediani

Caesar is dead. Revenge has armed his hand. His name is Octavian. Perfect for fans of Simon Scarrow and Ben Kane.

Though little more than a boy, Octavian, Caesar's heir is determined to avenge his adoptive father's death.

Battling against some of Rome's most imposing political figures, Octavian surrounds himself with a group of loyal allies who are as determined as himself to success: Maecenas, Agrippa and Rufus.

They become known and feared as the 'Invincibles'; dedicated to vengeance, with the aim of punishing, one by one, all those who have Caesar's blood on their hands. Octavian has resolved to overturn the established order, and to finish what Caesar had begun...

SURVIVAL is the first instalment in a four-part series. REVENACE is published in November 2016.

What readers are saying about ANDREW FREDIANI:

'Frediani is an amazing storyteller, not only of historical events but also everyday life'

'Exciting, fast-paced with well-made characters. I really loved this book and I recommend everyone to read it' review for Dictator.

'I found this beautiful book very late and now I wonder why I waited all these years to read it!' Rosato Blog on Jerusalem.

Andrew Frediani is an Italian author and academic. He has published several non-fiction books as well as historical novels including the Invincible series and the Dictator trilogy. His works have been translated into five languages.

Author has sold more than 900,000 copies.

Translated into five languages.

Winner of the Bancarella prize.

'An excellent addition to the ever-growing corpus of post-Caesar historical fiction. Frediani has pulled off the difficult feat of redefining the relationships and characters of Octavian, Maecenas, and Agrippa in his own way and arousing the reader's curiosity as to where they will go next' Robert Leslie, NetGalley

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