When did you read your first Casca book?

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October 17, 2013 at 11:16 pm #2042
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Cujo711
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My father finished reading Eternal when I was around 12 years old. Seeing him finally close the book and put it down, and being the smart-ass that I was, I commented on seeing the book around the house for a year or more , and how slow a reader he was. He gave me a look that reminded me that he is my father and has no issues with smacking me, with the book if necessary. Then he told me he has read Eternal 5 times and the next 9 in the series a time or two also. I picked it up and started reading. That was in the early 80’s. My son picked Eternal up off my nightstand when he was 13 or so and has read it at least twice and listened to the audio book at least once.He is in his mid 20’s now.

October 20, 2013 at 1:49 am #2044
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KevinSchmitt
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I can’t remember what year it was, but is was before my daughter was born and she is 27.

October 21, 2013 at 12:59 am #2046
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Harri
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A fraternity brother lent me EM in 81 or 82. I didn’t realize it was a series till a few years later when I found a later-release copy of EM and it listed a few more in the lead pages.

October 21, 2019 at 3:37 pm #2921
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Bertin
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January, 2019. A guy in a Highlander Facebook group wrote: Since we’re fans of immortality I’d like to share something I’d learned about as a kid, a series called Casca: The Eternal Mercenary. He was a Roman Legionnaire who stabbed Christ on the cross who doomed him to “be a soldier until I return. As I now go to my father now someday you must come to me.” Each book is a different time period, from Roman times to present where he served in Vietnam. His body is covered in scars from his battles. There’s a Watcher like group called the Brotherhood of the Lamb that is his eternal enemy, led by someone claiming to be the 13th disciple…

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