The Eternal Mercenary has ratings and 86 reviews. Tucker said: I could not get enough of this series when I was younger. For a fifth grade boy, what. A description of tropes appearing in Casca: The Eternal Mercenary. A paperback book series written from to the present day, Casca is a Wandering Jew . Casca. Today’s Cover The Eternal Mercenary created by Barry Sadler, forever fighting until the Second Coming. This website is dedicated to the history.

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He sacrificed to his gods, and in the ritual of his people he had ripped out her still-beating heart and eaten it while she still trembled Low-brow boy’s adventure novel series about a roman soldier cursed to immortality for not being respectful enough to Christ while killing him. It brought back awesome memories from my youth and it reacquainted me with an old ambiance I haven’t felt in a really long time. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

It was alongside my Conans and Destroyers.

The Casca Chronology

I found myself actually looking forward to book Wonderful! It seems like a lot of words to stem from… this. She had garlic breath, but nice legs. I eternak recommend this book only to casual racists, misogynists, and people who enjoy doing what they are told.

I’ve mentioned before my mom didn’t like mercenqry reading children’s books, but I haven’t read any of these since then. Casca Longinus is their path back to Christ and they will stop at nothing in keeping their most hated enemy in their sights for all time.


Casca Rufio Longinus

In the novel Casca I loved his music, and his bravery and patriotism, but this expands that respect and admiration. So I don’t really feel compelled to read more of these, and I don’t think it’s okay to just ignore all the problematic elements. Sergeant Casey Romain’s real identity is Casca Rufio Longinus; the Roman legionnaire who thrust his spear into the side of Jesus Christ at His crucifixion on Golgotha hill in Jerusalem nearly 2, years ago!

If Casca nust wait I could identify with some of the military jargon, military attitude, and mindset. Casca would have his hands full with her. He generally doesn’t even say her name, mostly referring to her as woman, probably because Sadler kept forgetting her name. Danny first meets Casca in book 34 Devil’s Cascca and gradually takes over from Goldman as his biographer.

He first met Casca when the latter was brought into the hospital with multiple gunshot wounds and a large mortar shell fragment lodged in his skull and into his brain, which should have been fatal. They had no idea at all of what it took to get him aroused. The Eternal Mercenary opens during the Vietnam War, where some medical professionals are examining a soldier with a severe brain injury. Younger fans would think Barry has ripped off the Highlander TV show, except this book was first written back in 68 or so.

The problem is, I have read other books and manuscripts on this premise that I have truly adored, and while this is engaging, the writing didn’t sweep me away as those have. The first book covers Casca’s life for years after the crucifixion; much of it in slavery.


Casca periodically revisits Goldman the setting for the start of each next book and recounts his caasca and experiences through history; the emancipated bronze arrowhead being Casca’s calling card. One day he promised himself, One day, white dog When the Fuehrer is unrepentant to the Jews’ suffering, the enraged and saddened Casca shoots him to death and fights his way past the Russian forces to leave Berlin and the war behind him. He establishes frie This story is quite amazing.

This time he must smuggle a Chinese family to safety while being pursued by both the Viet Cong and Chinese gangsters. They preach force and power over traditional virtues of piety and compassion.

An Casca, a Roman soldier assigned to guard the crucifixion of Christ, thought to make the death on the cross as painless as possible. Although we start in Vietnam in a field hospital, we quickly jump back to follow the first eetrnal of Casca’s life after his encounter at the cross.


You would think if he vastly outlived all his peers, that he would have became more of a learned man. After Sadler’s death inother authors have written the rest, the most notable being Tony Roberts. I wouldn’t be out here now trying to blow up a bunch of ragheads. Forever wandering the earth fighting one war after another.