Long Live the Roman Republic!
The last King of Rome, Tarquin the Proud, has been exiled and Rome is flourishing under its new-found Republic.
Peace and prosperity have come to the city, but will it last?
A King in Exile
But Tarquin is not finished yet, and he is gathering a force large enough to take back Rome and rule as a king once more. He will get his revenge on those that deposed him.
Tarquin and his allies march on Rome, intent on war.
One Man to Save Rome
Rome is caught unawares. It does not have enough men to defend itself, but surrender is not an option. The city has to rely on only a few soldiers to protect them from Tarquin and his army.
With such a small army, every man must make their life count.
But can one man make a difference?
Can one man stop an army?
Can one man hold The Last Bridge to Rome?
The Last Bridge to Rome is a historical thriller, set during the birth of the Roman Republic. It tells the thrilling story of Horatius holding the bridge from the exiled king Tarquin and his ally, Lars Porsena of Clusium. It is a story of war and heroism and mateship.
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James Scholes is an Australian writer who writes about Ancient Rome, science fiction, and a bit of everything else. By day he works as a software developer; by night he writes as many words as he can. He lives with his wife, daughter, and cat.