Books: Roman Arnie; CONN IGGULDEN JULIUS CAESAR AUTHOR FEARS MUSCLEMAN COULD STAR IN FILM OF HIS BOOK EMPEROR the Field of Swords (HarperCollins, Pounds 10.99)
Byline: LORNE JACKSON
HERE'S the story. Kind of. Classical times: a vast Roman army has landed in Deal, Kent. The troops are led by one of the greatest military commanders in history, Julius Caesar.
His men are ready to do his bidding and conquer the small island off the coast of Europe but first the mighty leader will address his warriors.
Chomping on a sizzling cigar, he adjusts his Ray-Ban sunglasses and hoists his Uzi machine-gun aloft. In a booming, Germanic voice he thunders: 'Friends, Roman's countrymen... hasta la vista, baby! Der ver some peoples say I nevva be muchava leada. Vell, I just gat one ting ta say ta dem. I alvays knew dat I'D BE BACK!' …
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Publication information: Article title: Books: Roman Arnie; CONN IGGULDEN JULIUS CAESAR AUTHOR FEARS MUSCLEMAN COULD STAR IN FILM OF HIS BOOK EMPEROR the Field of Swords (HarperCollins, Pounds 10.99). Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: Sunday Mercury (Birmingham, England). Publication date: January 30, 2005. Page number: 43. © 2009 Birmingham Post & Mail Ltd. COPYRIGHT 2005 Gale Group.
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