Casca #36: The Minuteman

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June 1, 2012 at 8:28 am #1352
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Leave your reviews of this book here.

August 13, 2012 at 8:32 am #1485
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Review on the History of War website: https://www.historyofwar.org/bookpage/roberts_casca_minuteman.html

October 8, 2012 at 5:41 pm #1600
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Review from Amazon this weekend just gone:

5.0 out of 5 stars History,war and the Immortal Soldier,October 7, 2012
This review is from: CASCA: The Minuteman (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, #36) (Paperback)

Casca is now in America and always gets the girl and the the war. Mr. Roberts goes through extensive research to be able to envision battles that happened and the privations through history. He is accurate to the severist degree and makes Casca pausible to exist as a regular guy…Although he is’nt. It is a book worth reading.

February 3, 2014 at 9:41 am #2161
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Amazon review:

5.0 out of 5 stars Interest Reignited, February 2, 2014
By Jlineman – See all my reviewsThis review is from: CASCA: The Minuteman (Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, #36) (Paperback)
I read the first 22 first edition and after Sadler passing I tried the first ghost writer, VERY disappointed to say the least. Recently I was looking to the series again and saw that Tony Roberts had taken the helm and wanted to give this author a try. Although with #26 & #27 he got into a little more detail concerning the Brotherhood than I was used to in past books I found it entertaining none the less. I have read Johnny Reb, The Confederate, The Minuteman and am finishing up The Continental as we speak. In my opinion, Tony has continued with the attention to detail I am used to as well as historical accuracy. I feel he has continued Sadler’s work and feel he has mastered as seemless a transition as possible. I also like that when I wrote to the Casca site I was answered by the author himself, very personable guy. I have now ordered Halls of Montezuma, The Avenger & Napoleon’s Soldier just prior to writing this review. Thank you for a great read Tony, cant wait for the next three I have ordered.

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