Fight for freedom by simon scarrow

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fight for freedom by simon scarrow

Fight for Freedom (Gladiator, #1) by Simon Scarrow

Its Rome, 61 BC. Recruited as a gladiator, young Marcus Cornelius Primus faces a new life of brutal training, governed by strict rules, as he learns the skills of an elite warrior. But Marcus cannot simply forget his past. His father lies murdered by soldiers and his mother has been kidnapped and forced into slavery. Marcus is determined to find his fathers old commander, Pompeius the Great, to seek justice for his family and set his mother free. Yet, unbeknown to him, Marcus is hiding a life-threatening secret. And if the Romans discover it, there will be no escape...
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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Elizabeth Laird. Valentina Giannella. Written by Simon Scarrow. Illustrated by Richard Jones. Action and high paced drama fuel this gripping adventure set in the heart of Ancient Rome.

Fight for Freedom book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It's Rome, 61 BC. Recruited as a gladiator, young Marcus Corneli.
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Gladiator: Fight for Freedom is the first book in the Gladiator Series , by Simon Scarrow and is his first book for young adults., Share on:.

I've always been intrigued by gladiators and the story of Spartacus, so when I saw this YA series I thought I'd give it a read just out of curiosity. Am I happy I did. The story surrounds Marcus a ten-year-old Roman who lives with his mother and father, a retired Centurion, on a remote farm. The description of the book says Marcus was "recruited" as a gladiator. It's a much sadder story than that. Seriously, considering they were all slaves, was anyone actually "recruited".



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