Robin E. Levin Releases THE DEATH OF CARTHAGE
Author Robin E. Levin takes inspiration from Titus Livius' account of the Second Punic War to pen her new historical fiction novel, "The Death of Carthage: Second Edition" (published by Trafford Publishing).
Set during the third and second centuries B.C., "The Death of Carthage" follows the events of the Second Punic War, which was fought in three parts between ancient Rome and Carthage, from three perspectives. The novel itself is organized into three books, one for each voice.
The first book is told from Lucious Tullius Varro, a Roman soldier in the Calvary. His first cousin, Enneus, narrates the second. Enneus is captured at Lake Trasimene and sold as a slave in Greece. The final book is told from Enneus' son, Ectorius', perspective. Ectorius, also a slave, bears witness to the Third Punic War and the eventual destruction of Carthage.
Packed with action, "The Death of Carthage" combines Levin's love of ancient history with research and careful attention to detail.
"My history is as accurate as I can get it," Levin says. "I also believe the story will appeal on a human level, because it is about people dealing with the hardships of war and slavery and overcoming them."
"The Death of Carthage"
By Robin E. Levin
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781466956070
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 336 pages | ISBN 9781466956056
E-Book | 336 pages | ISBN 9781466956063
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Robin E. Levin graduated from the University of California with a bachelor's degree in anthropology and zoology. She later studied medical technology and became a licensed clinical technologist. She has previously published "Maximus, Warts and All," "Sempronia the Sister of Gracchi" and "dialogue Between a Christian Believer and a Nonbeliever."
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