Fury Revolts in Roman Britain
Queen Boudica is not the only one revolting against Rome’s control
The tribune Gnaeus Julius Agricola is about to
Red Fury Revolt is a very special story for me because, for eighteen years to get it right. This story chronicles Boudica’s revolt against Rome and the governor Suetonius Paulinus who could not lose a province to a woman!!
It was then I learned of the a young tribune by the name of Gnaeus Julius Agricola from the great historian Cornelius Tacitus (and Julius’s son-in-law) that Julius was in Britannia and witnessed this entire episode of history as second-in-command to Rome’s governor/consul. He too revolts against Rome’s control of his life.
What if one of Boudica’s daughters wasn’t raped but fell in love with a rather handsome young tribune named Julius Agricola. And what if, through their eyes, the reader could witness this horrific revolt.
And…Julius’s story doesn’t stop here with this …revolt Well, as least that’s what my muse has shared with me in the coming
Julius’s story doesn’t stop here with this …revolt Well, as least that’s what my muse has shared with me in the coming Red Fury books in his Agricola series. That’s how Red Fury Revolt came to be.
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