Quintus Sertorius was once considered Rome’s greatest hero. Now, he is Her most dangerous enemy.
Nearing what he believes is the end of his life, he recalls the risks he was willing to take, and the compromises he was willing to make while serving his country and attempting to secure safety and provision for his people. He chronicles what he calls “The life and death of the Roman Republic” and his role in its downfall.
His journey takes him from the treacherous Forum of Rome to the violent forests of Gaul, making powerful friends and enemies along the way.
Targeted Age Group: 25-40
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Vincent B. Davis II is an author, freelance writer, entrepreneur, and soldier. He is an avid reader of history and has devoted years to studying Ancient Rome. He has served in the United States Army since 2014 and graduated from East Tennessee State University in 2017.
“The Man with Two Names” is his first novel to be published, with more coming soon.
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