The Eternal Mercenary has ratings and 84 reviews. Tucker said: I could not get enough of this series when I was younger. For a fifth grade boy, what. The Casca book series by multiple authors includes books Casca: The Eternal Mercenary, Casca: God of Death, Casca: The Warlord, and several more. See the . 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 .

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Casca is easily recognizable by the long facial scar that he possesses. Also, he never really got the concept of Eteernal. Great book This was a great book.

Another, usually the Elder, plays the part of Casca, dressed in Roman cwsca, who executes “Jesus” with their holiest relic, the Spear of Longinus. The current author, Tony Robertshas written all the novels sinceexcluding Casca There’s tons of great adventure stories, many of them predating Sadler’s work, that are not horribly bigoted, so there’s no excuse for muddling through Sadler’s awful opinions. There are 42 books in the series so far. Go home, friend, and do yourself a kindness and beat your wife.

In this series, Jesus condemns Casca to remain as a soldier until the Second Coming.

As the story unfolds we discover that his wounds heal miraculously, he never gets sick, he does not age, and his strength and martial skills only continue to improve. Refresh and try again. In this first book, Jesus looks down at Casca and says: The Avenger he kills Elder Thassus as part of his mission of vengeance. Casca accepts mercsnary contract to rescue the daughter of a munitions manufacturer held captive by a Berber tribal chieftain. Long before the Highlander, there was Casca the immortal.

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I finally stepped off the treadmill after reading “Casca From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Casca would have his hands full with her.

Casca Rufio Longinus

He curses you to wander the earth till etefnal return. Casca 1 – 10 of 42 books. It’s not like Sadler even came from a specific point of view with a thesis that you could argue with, just off-handed, lazy stereotypes littering the entire novel.

Then that you shall remain until we meet again. If you’re a fan and haven’t read it in a long time, you should.

Casca: The Eternal Mercenary (Literature) – TV Tropes

The historical facts were interesting but it sometimes felt like I was reading a textbook on Roman military tactics and who wants facts in a story based on medieval legends?

Casca possesses an affinity for spoken languages. I know we don’t know how people actually sounded in the first few centuries of Rome, but the least an author can do is try to minimize how much the characters sound like people from the year the eterrnal was written. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.


Each book in the series is about a segment of his 2, years s Casca: There is another story, tye the form of an unauthorized audiobook, Casca: To the general public he is most known for the hit single “Ballad of the green berets” After his musical career he decided to write a series of novels centered around the character “Casca Rufio Longinius” Who is cursed for piercing Jesus on the crucifix with a spear and is forced to forever remain a soldier until the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.


I was very pleasantly surprised that it completely captivated me.

Apr 06, Tucker rated it really liked it. But everything that made pulp great, make this book hard to put down.

Alright, for clarification, a fifth grade chunky nerd boy. Jesus said to Casca, “Soldier, you are content with what you are, so te you be until we meet again”.

The Eternal Mercenary

After Sadler’s death inother authors have written the rest, the most notable being Tony Roberts. Sword of the Brotherhoodthe spear of Longinus is stolen by the Sassanid Persians and Casca is blackmailed into retrieving it.

I found this book as a teen and loved it then. I used to read these books as a kid in high school.