Daniel Ottalini is a teacher, writer, and amateur historian. His interests include reading everything from nonfiction to sci-fi and amazing others with his knowledge of random facts. When not working, he is most likely writing some more or catching much needed rest. He lives in Maryland.
Rome’s legions march ever onward in Book 3 of the Steam Empire Chronicles. Constantine Tiberius Appius leads his battle weary men from Rome to the edges of the Empire to face the ever growing Mongol menace. As their leaders squabble behind them, the men of the Germania XIII have no choice. They must defeat the Mongols and their new weapons or die trying in IRON TRIBUNE.
When a scouting expedition goes disastrously wrong, Marius Quinctius Regillus finds himself in a horde of trouble. With the Mongols encircling the grand fortress city of Antioch, Regillus and his men are trapped between a governor’s ambitions and the Mongolian weaponry. With nowhere to turn, can they save the city, or will Antioch Burn?
Set in the world of Daniel Ottalini's Steam Empire Chronicles, Roma Aeronautica follows Rufius Tiberius Alexandros as he takes his first steps in becoming a master airship captain. Readers familiar with the Steam Empire Chronicles will love the additional background and new revelations about Alexandros, while those new to the series will discover a fascinating world of Roman Steampunk.
Rome Seeks Vengeance
In his Award Winning Debut Novel Brass Legionnaire, author Daniel Ottalini introduced us to the world of Roman Steampunk as Julius Brutus Caesar fought to save the city of Brittenburg from total devastation. Now, Rome looks to avenge the actions of the Nortlanders and invades the north. Can the Romans survive such hostile conditions? Find out in... Copper Centurion!
The Barbarian invasions were thrown back and Rome emerged stronger than ever. With their legions’ fantastic war machines defending their borders, rebel and foreigner alike were defeated time and time again.
Now a new threat has surfaced. With revolution striking close to home, one untrained legion is forced into battle. Will they be in time to save their city, and perhaps, the Empire as well?