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by Barry Sadler

eBook Casca #17: The Warrior ePub
Author: Barry Sadler
Language: English
ISBN: 0441093531
ISBN13: 978-0441093533
Publisher: Jove Books; First Edition edition (February 1987)
Category: Action & Adventure
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 745
Formats: txt doc lit mbr
ePub file: 1818 kb
Fb2 file: 1828 kb

But he urgently needed to make some money, and slaving had been his purpose in coming to these islands.

But he urgently needed to make some money, and slaving had been his purpose in coming to these islands. way of turning a sizable penny. He certainly had none of Larsen's revulsion for the trade. He'd been a slave himself more than once, and had owned slaves without number. As far as he could see, the practice of slaving was as much a part of the human race as warfare or thievery or deception.

Casca The Warrior Mass Market Paperback – February, 1987. Series: Casca (Book 17). Mass Market Paperback. by. Barry Sadler (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

Sadler wrote some of the early novels in the series while the others were assigned to. .4 Books in the series.

Sadler wrote some of the early novels in the series while the others were assigned to ghostwriters. Two subsequent novels (Casca 23: The Liberator and Casca 24: The Defiant) were written by Paul Dengelegi. By other authors, Paul Dengelegi (23 and 24), and Tony Roberts (25–28, 30–32, and 34 onwards). Casca 17: The Warrior (1987): In the late 1860s, Casca sails the South Pacific, where he saves a small island village from a local warlord. Casca 18: The Cursed (1987): Casca joins the British Army in 1899, but deserts to the Chinese side and joins the Boxer Rebellion.

Ingram Shipwrecked on a South Sea island inhabited by warrior tribes, Casca quickly proves himself fearless in combat with the help of the devastating power of a new and magical weapon.

Written by Barry Sadler, Audiobook narrated by Gene Engene. Casca the Warrior: Casca Series By: Barry Sadler. Narrated by: Gene Engene.

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Narrated by Gene Engene. Shipwrecked on a South Seas island inhabited by warrior tribes, Casca quickly proves himself fearless in combat. Wielding spear and club wi.

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Ubranzac
As always, a good read. Love Saddler's attention to historical details.
fr0mTheSkY
Casca being Casca
Arar
Arrived quickly and as advertised.
Whilingudw
Ok book but do not like a forced review to get out of the book. Not suited for young children
ℓo√ﻉ
Although very creative in its story, this Casca story fell short of action and plot twists. Casca is made a chief on an island in Fiji and is basically a village of sexual escapades and heavy drinking of the village’s nasty drink. There are small fights between villagers and Caca does come up with a means to defend the village from another tribe, but the whole story was rather slow and boring. The author did create a great death scene for Casca and his return to life. I listened to this in audio and the narrator was excellent.
Oreavi
I have read the first 16. Most are quite good. This is brutally bad. Long rumored to be ghost written it is garbage. Main character behavior, beliefs attitude all very different. Great inconsistencies with earlier story line and simple grammar and editing problems. Style of writing also very different. #7 is very similarly bad. 1-6, 8-16 all great and have not read further yet.
Ueledavi
Wow. This was terrible. I'm actively afraid of how bad the next few will be. I've been reading the Casca series through the Kindle Owners Lending Library, and they are atrociously bad.

Poorly-written racist sexist crap.

The low point of this one was when the main character turned to cannibalism without any significant hesitation.
great
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