248 pages, Released 2006
This is a novelized version of Caesar�s Gallic Wars as experienced
by the main protagonist, but with a transformational twist!
Marcus Rutilius Robura, a military tribune. Marcus was a young
Roman officer of junior rank in the Tenth Legion . . . the Tenth
being sort of a �boot camp� for young members of the upper classes.
Not only is our protagonist a Roman officer, he is also Michael
Oakwood, a British Army officer on international anti-terrorist
duties in the Balkans who wakes up in the year 60 BC. Somehow the
spirits of these two men have switched bodies during a battle in
which they are both injured. Mike, however, is aware of this double
identity and writes in a journal to stay in touch with himself as
he lives the life of Marcus. To complicate the matter, Marcus has a
twin sister, Rutilia, who is extremely sensitive to him and has
dreams of his other identity
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