Caesar Ascending – The Ganges by means of R.W. Peake English | 2022 | Basic Fiction/Classics| ePUB | 7 MB
Within the 5th guide within the bestselling change historical past collection, Caesar Ascending-The Ganges, together with his treaty solidified with the Pandya Kingdom of southern India, Julius Caesar units his attractions on the next move of his quest to supplant the one identify who precedes his as the best common in historical past, the Macedonian King Alexander. Via achieving the sacred Ganges and taking the fabled town of Palibothra within the procedure, Caesar can have succeeded the place Alexander may just now not. To try this, he should use each little bit of his talent, now not simply in waging struggle however in statecraft, starting with the opposite nice kingdom of southern India, the Chola, the sour rival of younger King Nedunj and his Pandya, led by means of King Karikala.
After negotiating a protected passage in the course of the Chola Kingdom, Karikala’s son Crown Prince Divakar is provoked into starting up combat with Caesar’s tenth Legion as they’re marching into Cholan territory as a part of the negotiated settlement. The use of younger King Nedunj’s wisdom of Divakar’s impetuosity, when the Crown Prince launches an unprovoked assault at the maximum veteran military within the identified international, he’s killed by means of the tough however risky substance naphtha, utilized by Rome to fight the traditional international’s maximum potent superweapon, the armored elephants of the Indian kingdoms. The ramifications of his grisly dying will reverberate, with a king pushed mad with grief focusing his blame and hatred on an enormous Roman Centurion, blaming Titus Pullus for the demise of his son.
After many mistakes, Caesar should come to a decision between returning the thousand miles again to Pandya as the primary leg of what is going to an laborious adventure again to Rome or chance any other mutiny by means of urgent ahead. All over this bizarre marketing campaign, Caesar has been ready to depend on Titus Pullus and his Equestrians, however that loyalty shall be examined as by no means ahead of if Caesar tries to steer his military past the Ganges.