• Marius' Mules VII: The Great Revolt

  • Marius' Mules Book 7
  • By: S.J.A. Turney
  • Narrated by: Malk Williams
  • Length: 21 hrs and 9 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (86 ratings)

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After many months of clandestine organisation, Vercingetorix, backed by the druids and leading an army of rebellious tribes, is ready to make his first moves towards independence for his people and the annihilation of Rome's presence in Gaul. Meanwhile, Caesar tends to business in Aquileia, unaware that he is cut off from the bulk of his army in the north by the rebellion. Fronto and his friends are heading for a clash of armies the likes of which the north has never seen, and the Tenth's legate is about to face his most trying year yet facing his opposite number - a chieftain of the Arverni - across the fields and hills of Gaul towards the greatest siege he's ever experienced: Alesia.

©2014 S. J. A. Turney (P)2020 W. F. Howes Ltd

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Story and narration are excellent!

I have participated in crunching billions of words in my lifetime though I just digested a feast.

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I hope this series goes on ; Cross the Rubicon and through the civil war.

I have enjoyed all seven books in this series. A story line within the commentaries good fun.

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Amazing

another amazing book in the series. my only issue with it is, that they are not putting this series out fast enough.

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  • Mr. Anthony D. Bateman
  • 08-22-20

amazed

I am amazed at how impressive each novel in series, and this one an epic over 20hrs, improves in writing skill, narration too. characters so real I feel pain at a passing and care for those in Frontos' familia/legion. the detail of gallic life, roman encampment, and terrifying battle sequence. and luckily there are 6 more to come.

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  • Mair
  • 06-24-21

Another cracker

Once again caught up in the wars in Gaul Fronto is thrust into a series of battles that sees friends slaughtered. As always the action and battle scenes are carefully and skilfully drawn, the characters rounded and vivid, the politics intense.

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  • Mortox
  • 12-09-20

Like nothing before it..

Having just finished this book, it is hard to describe just how good it is. Every single aspect, from the characters you will get to know as well as your real friends, to the gut wrenching, heart thumping battles - this is simply a rung above.

No one has come close in my opinion to rivalling Simon Turney's skills in this field. Noone can put you so close to extreme battle without first putting you in actual mortal danger and no one can describe literally tens of thousands of soldiers struggling in what would have to be the most terrible circumstances a man can endure with such perfect crystalline clarity.

You may have 'that book' or 'that series' which sets your standards to unreasonable heights and all others fall far in their wake. Well Marius' Mules will push what you thought as insurmountable to a distant memory!