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by David Elias,Barry Sadler


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I love all the casca books, the are hard to put down once ya start reading and has lots of action.

I love all the casca books, the are hard to put down once ya start reading and has lots of action. his periods fighting with the Roman Legions, Persian adventures, sailing with the Vikings, et. this more modern story fits well with the over all theme of Sadler's work.

Books by Barry Sadler: Casca 4: Panzer Soldier. Action & Adventure. 10. Casca 14: the Phoenix. Casca 21: the Trench Soldier. Casca 11: the Legionnaire. Casca 20: Soldier of Gideon. Casca 15: the Pirate.

This series from Barry Sadler, The Ballad of the Green Beret singer, is reminiscent of Sven . 2 people found this helpful.

This series from Barry Sadler, The Ballad of the Green Beret singer, is reminiscent of Sven Hassel's works and Jerry Ahern's The Survivalist. It is a great premise. It follows the Roman soldier who speared Christ at the crucifixion and is now doomed to be a soldier for eternity.

They were soldiers, hard fighting men born with the same militaristic outlook that had sustained him since that faithful day at Calvary.

Ships from and sold by Lonewolf Books -Americana Books. Ships from and sold by Lonewolf Books -Americana Books. They were soldiers, hard fighting men born with the same militaristic outlook that had sustained him since that faithful day at Calvary. But when the war went bad, Casca lost his faith in their leaders, he had no choice but to visit the bunker in Berlin, a visit as important to the world as anything he had ever done.

Casca: Panzer Soldier. Barry Sadler, David Elias (Narrator). Casca by. I've read all the Casca books written by Sadler when they first came out in pu If you're not familiar with the series, it follows Casca, the legionnaire who killed Christ as he was dying on the cross. Christ cursed Casca to be as he was until they met again. Sadler wrote a couple of dozen books with Casca fighting as a soldier, usually some sort of grunt, in different time periods. He gets killed occasionally, but always comes back to fight another day, so provides a lot of adventure.

Casca is a series of paperback novels, and since January 2014, ebooks as well, created and written by author Barry Sadler in 1979. The stories revolve around the life of Casca Rufio Longinus, the soldier in the Roman legions who drove the Holy Lance into the side of Jesus Christ on Golgotha, and (in the novels) who is doomed by Jesus to wander the Earth aimlessly, always as a soldier, until the Second Coming. The character is loosely based on the Longinus legend of Christianity.

Continuing Casca’s adventures, book 21 Trench Soldier. I'd put an end to these diplomatic maneuverings and shenanigans. I'd take some direct action. I'd close the bloody Suez Canal

Continuing Casca’s adventures, book 21 Trench Soldier. UNDER ATTACK! The overall speed of the convoy had not changed. I'd close the bloody Suez Canal. He's done more than that, Moynihan," the big Paddy alongside him said quietly.

Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Authors: Barry Sadler, Tony Roberts, David Elias, Paul Dengelegi, Michael B. Goodwin. The Casca book series by multiple authors includes books Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, Casca: God of Death, Casca: The Warlord, and several more. Casca: The Eternal Mercenary.

Barry Allen Sadler (November 1, 1940 – November 5, 1989) was an American soldier, singer/songwriter, and author. Sadler served as a Green Beret medic, achieving the rank of Staff Sergeant. He served in the Vietnam War from late December 1964 to late May 1965. Most of his work has a military theme, and he is best known for his patriotic "Ballad of the Green Berets," a hit in 1966.

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Comments: (7)

Nalmetus
Fiction but lots of accuracy
Vivaral
Read this in the 70's and it is still a good read.
Xmatarryto
I love all the casca books, the are hard to put down once ya start reading and has lots of action
Oso
This is a fantastic story of a man who couldn't die and must remain a soldier until he and God meet again.
Shistus
It was ok but I was looking for more I loved the book james Michener puts a lot of work in his books if you are going to do a movie on a book do it right that's the least you should do watch and read lonesome dove that is the way to do it
Arlana
Loved it!
Iaiastta
Of the entire series, this is probably one of the top three or four written by Sadler. It rather amazes me that the author was able to get so much in so few pages. Sadler is able to capture the character of Casca very well in this one, and develops other characters or character types that will appear in later novels. The story is fast moving, yet detailed. Action is almost non-stop from cover to cover, yet all quite realistic. The nice thing about the Casca books, is that after the first one is read, you really do not have to read them in order, each book is a good story within itself.

This story covers the period of time when he Eternal Mercenary is fighting for the German Army during WWII and as the title would indicate, as a member of a Panzer Division. The action, for the most part, takes place on the Eastern Front. A vivid description, as seen through the eyes of Casca of the Battle of Kursk in the central feature on which Sadler hangs this tale. We follow the warrior and his tank crew through the entire battle and their escape. Of course other engagements are featured along with the story of the personal lives of each of his men.

While my favorite of this series include the adventures of Casca in earlier times, i.e. his periods fighting with the Roman Legions, Persian adventures, sailing with the Vikings, etc., this more modern story fits well with the over all theme of Sadler's work.

Again, as with most of his novels, Sadler has done a wonderful bit of research. This is certainly true of this one. The few errors he did make were of little moment. Very much recommend this one.

Note: It is unfortunate that these books are out of print and unfortunate, but not surprising, that copies are selling for top dollar at this time. I am lucky in that I have a complete set of the entire series and am not about to part with them. Alas though, they have been read and reread over the years and are now falling apart. It would be of great service if these books could be purchased for the Kindle. A new author is now writing for the franchise, and after a couple of complete duds by other authors, this new one seems to have his stuff together...hopefully Amazon and the publishers can come to some sort of arrangement.

Don Blankenship
The Ozarks
Of the entire series, this is probably one of the top three or four written by Sadler. It rather amazes me that the author was able to get so much in so few pages. Sadler is able to capture the character of Casca very well in this one and developes other character or character types that will appear in later novels. The story is fast moving, yet detailed. The nice thing about the Casca books, is that after the first one is read, you really do not have to read them in order, each book is a good story within itself. Again, as with most of his novels, Sadler has done a wonderful bit of reasearch. This is certainly true of this one. The few errors he did make were of little moment. Very much recommend this one.
Casca: Panzer Soldier (Action/Adventure Series) download epub
Action & Adventure
Author: David Elias,Barry Sadler
ISBN: 0886465850
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Action & Adventure
Language: English
Publisher: Dh Audio; Unabridged edition (December 1, 2000)