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Hannibal: Enemy of Rome By Ben Kane

Hannibal: Enemy of Rome by Ben Kane

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Summary

In the First Punic War, the Roman legions defeated Carthage, their only serious rival for power in the Mediterranean. Now a young Carthaginian general, called Hannibal, is out for revenge. Caught up in the maelstrom are two young boys, Hanno, the son of a distinguished soldier and confidant of Hannibal, and Quintus, son of a Roman landowner.

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Hannibal: Enemy of Rome by Ben Kane

In the First Punic War, the Roman legions defeated and humiliated Carthage, their only serious rival for power in the Mediterranean. Now a brilliant young Carthaginian general, called Hannibal, is out for revenge. Caught up in the maelstrom are two young boys, Hanno, the son of a distinguished soldier and confidant of Hannibal, and Quintus, son of a Roman equestrian and landowner. A disastrous adventure will see Hanno sold into slavery and bought by Quintus' father. Although an unexpected friendship springs up between the two boys - and with Quintus's sister, Aurelia - the fortunes of the two warring empires once again separates them. They find themselves on opposite sides of the conflict and an alliance forged through slavery will be played out to its stunning conclusion in battle.

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"An epic tale, triumphantly told." --Giles Kristian, author of the Raven series

About Ben Kane

Ben Kane was born in Kenya and raised there and in Ireland. He studied veterinary medicine and University College, Dublin, but after that he travelled the world extensively, indulging in his passion for ancient history. He lives in North Somerset with his wife and two young children.

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GOR003383183
Hannibal: Enemy of Rome by Ben Kane
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Cornerstone
2011-06-09
464
1848092288
9781848092280
N/A
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