Pat Mizell


I love to read history; and every time I read something new I have questions. I read the what and when in the book but I want to know the why. It's always troubled me when the author doesn't say and I wonder why not. Then I have to find out, and the answer is often a fascinating story that history has overlooked.

I want to tell that story. I try to humanize the great events of history for they involved real people with human frailties and emotions like we all have. Nothing is ever black or white; I live in the gray then I tell the tale.

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The Day Gaul Died
Price: $19.95 USD. Words: 73,410. Language: English. Published: December 4, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Ancient
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This is the story of the Celtic tribes of Gaul united under the great king Vercingetorix and their fight against subjugation by Rome, and Julius Caesar. This is not a war story but the story of a people. It ends at Alesia in central Gaul. Rome won that final battle and took a million Celtic Gauls in chains to the slave markets, or left them in the soil; that day that Gaul died.

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celts    france    gaul    history    julius caesar    rome    war