The Barbarian

The Barbarian

Barry Sadler / Jul 22, 2019

The Barbarian As the body count rises higher on the plains of Parthia Casca reaches his limit and does the unthinkable he leaves the field Desertion isn t taken lightly by the Romans and though Casca cannot die

  • Title: The Barbarian
  • Author: Barry Sadler
  • ISBN: 9781588072795
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Audio CD
  • As the body count rises higher on the plains of Parthia, Casca reaches his limit and does the unthinkable he leaves the field Desertion isn t taken lightly by the Romans, and though Casca cannot die, he can suffer His only choice is flight to the Northlands beyond Germany where the fjords run red with blood.

    Barbarian A barbarian is a human who is perceived to be either uncivilized or primitive.The designation is usually applied as generalization based on a popular stereotype barbarians can be any member of a nation judged by some to be less civilized or orderly such as a tribal society , but may also be part of a certain primitive cultural group such as nomads or social class such as bandits both Barbarian Definition of Barbarian by Merriam Webster a barbarous person a rude, crude, uneducated, or uncivilized person No, I m not some sort of barbarian who would open a bottle of wine to enjoy some before offering it as a gift That would be uncouth Irv Erdos

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    About "Barry Sadler"

      • Barry Sadler

        Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.American author, musician and former green beret To the general public he is most known for the hit single Ballad of the green berets After his musical career he decided to write a series of novels centered around the character Casca Rufio Longinius Who is cursed for piercing Jesus on the crucifix with a spear and is forced to forever remain a soldier until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ In the mid 1980s Sadler moved to Guatemala City where he was shot in the head one night in a taxi He spent 7 months in a coma and died than a year later.


    985 Comments

    1. I absolutely loved this series of books. Casca fought in every war to come along until Jesus Christ once more returns to Earth. What a concept.


    2. Today’s review is for the fifth book in the “Casca: The Eternal Mercenary” series titled: Casca: The Barbarian (1981©), written by Barry Sadler. In this episode, Casca meets up with a Germanic / Norse tribesman named Glam and the story revolves are their adventures together over the next 30 to 40 years. Basically, Glam leads Casca around northern Europe and Casca takes over a “hold”. Casca over-throws the vicious lord of the hold and subsequently marries his daughter. Thus, Casca gain [...]


    3. Not my favorite, slow motions and some corny scenes trying to make him more sensible. But it was entertainment, maybe Cornwell took a few descriptions from here.


    4. So you just a soldier doing your job. You shove a spear tip into the side of this supposed messiah, except he is the real thing. He curses you to wander the earth till his return. Not bad right, immortality and all. Oh but he also curses you to be a soldier forever at war, never to know peace. This is the story of Casca the Roman legionnaire that stabbed Christ. Forever wandering the earth fighting one war after another. Great adventure series. Very recommended


    5. This is one of those books that reminds me that this place needs a 2.5 stars option. It wasn't quite as good as the previous novels, mainly because it felt meandering for a significant portion. Still, it wasn't bad.


    6. The book was good, a little run of the mill, but entertaining.The biggest drawback is the story is the same story as the first half of book 2, but the story is greatly expanded about Casca's time in the Rhineland.


    7. Excellent, even if it retells some of an earlier story. It goes into greater detail though, filling the gaps. And towards the end, it tells of a great and amazing love. And as a reader, you can feel Casca's pain of having to outlive those he loves. Wonderful book!




    8. At the end of the book I always feel sad for this man who was just following a order and now forever punished.


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