CANTABRIA AGAINST ROME The year is 26 a. C. Once again, Roman Empire try to conquer the indomitable Cantabrians and Asturians, hardened warriors that mercilessly defend their impregnable lands. While fortified village of Bergida is being consumed in flames, Sekeios, Autrigon mercenary at the service of Rome, manages to flee to Roman camp after a serious incident with Gayo Antistio Veto, governos of Tarraconense province. Lost in enemy territory, he will be captured by Concan warriors, who will lead him to Aracillum, the Cantabrian resistance bastion. Governor has sworn to hunt him down. Sekeios is alone and he knows his flight means a journey of no return. So, he will have to kneel before the fearful leader Corocotta. If he wants to survive, he first will have to face the hatred and hostility of mountain people; and then, to brutal offensive of princeps Augusto’s legions, whose objective is none other than to take complete control of the Iberian Peninsula. However, between sweats, battles and the hunting of the wolf, he will know the love of Turennia ... Everything is envolved in conflict. A conflict that will test his own convictions and wishes during a battle for the survival of the last free local peoples of Hispania. A war that will change the destiny of the known world and Sekeios’ one. Until the last consequences. A magnificent and fast-paced historical fiction.
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