To Crown a Caesar (The Praetorian Series - Book II)

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Five years have passed since former Navy SEAL Jacob Hunter first brought his team of Special Forces operators back in time to the days of Ancient Rome. On the run ever since, as both hunters and prey, their lives are spent in constant pursuit by agents of the Empress Agrippina. But History is finally on their side as they concoct a risky plan to repair the timeline and find their way home. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781476209487
About Edward Crichton

Edward Crichton, a native Clevelander, lives in Chicago, Illinois with his wife, where he spends his time coming to grips with his newfound sports allegiances. A long time enthusiast of Science Fiction, Fantasy, History and everything in between, he spends his time reading, writing, and overusing his Xbox (he wishes).

Until recently, Crichton had often hoped for a cat, but his wife decided to let him have a baby boy instead. Born in November of 2013, the child has turned into a little hellion but he and his wife couldn't be happier

Nearly two years old at the time of this Bio update, said little hellion has grown into a wonderful little boy who keeps his daddy busy and occupied doing anything and everything but writing. Now a work-from-home-dad, Crichton squeezes in bouts of writing when he can. Due to his changed lifestyle, he has decided to shift his focus to shorter stories to improve productivity. His first novella, Along the Path of Darkness, will be released October 1, 2015.

Following its release, Crichton will return to work on his long dormant Starfarer Series, again focusing on tighter stories to keep the words flowing...

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Reviews

Review by: Hannes Birnbacher on Dec. 09, 2013 :
Okay, hundreds more legionaires killed and the girlfriend of the hero ist more lovely than ever. Sisters and lovers are always bashing their beloved if they are emotoinally upset. (Now what does this tell us about the author, I wonder???). I would have probably clinked out the 2.99 Dollars for this second Book just for the entertainment, but there is more in it.

Watch the author in future. He plays around with history with very much knowledge and imagination, supported by superior scientific knowledge. (Sorry for my bad command of the english language in this review, I hope you understand what I really wish to point out). If he describes how it feels to spend a quiet evening at Cesarea, you really wish to be there, and I am grateful to have been lead to this experience.


Even though the persons in Volume I started to be sketched black-and-white, the Author in this second book develops them into more shades. Some of the scenes are worth the 2.99 Dollars alone he asks for, for one page only (grin). Watch this author. I just acquired volume III of the series, after having enjoyed the 20% sample of it.
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Review by: Harold Roberts II on Aug. 15, 2013 :
Another awesome read. I want to read more of the books by this author. Can't wait for the third in the series.
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Review by: Barb Kowalik on April 12, 2013 :
I never thought much about Roman History. Other than their Art, my eyes glazed over and rolled back in my head and I really had no idea what their life was like. But Edward Chrichton took me there and made me feel what life in Roman times was like! Jacob Hunter has survived (and flourished) as a mercenary but feels he needs to "fix" what he has broken - his current timeline. What Jacob and his team go through, and their final return to their own time has made me want MORE!!! It was a gripping read and I found it difficult to put the book down - I can't wait for the next book in the series.
Further, because of Edward's story telling and telling where Roman history has changed in his timeline, I have gone and read more about what happened with Caligula, Agrippina and Nero.
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Review by: lettingg0 on Dec. 16, 2012 :
Another great book. This 1 has a little more relationship development in it. Sometimes you get a little lost in the how could this happen aspect of it. But all in all it's a great read when you'll start can't put down. I hope there are many more coming in this series!
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Review by: mrSelago on Dec. 06, 2012 :
As brilliant as the first one, with a bit of unexpected twist at the end. Really want the 3rd one now!
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