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Casca 40: Blitzkrieg by [Tony Roberts]

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00KO3AKBW
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1402 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 204 pages
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I live in Bristol with my partner Jane and a mad cat called Cassia. I have always written stories and have practiced my craft, as the writer of the Casca stories (, the Kastania series ( the fantasy series Dark Blade and now the Siren series which is about a 1980s rock band. I am very interested in history, and this forms an important backbone to my Casca writing, and also fantasy and rock music which forms the foundation to my other series.

Casca series

I owe my fascination with the character of Casca to my mother, who bought home a second hand book, number 3, as a gift for me in 1986. I loved the premise of the story, the fast paced action and was hooked; I wanted to know more. It took me 13 years to collect the set of 22 books, which was difficult in the days before the internet. As my collection finally came together I heard of original writer Barry Sadler's death. I set up a website devoted to Casca in 2001 and was asked to become the new writer in 2005. Since then I have had 20 books published.

I shall continue to write two books a year in the Casca series. These books are available on and as well as my own website.

Kastania Series

I have self published a series of medieval fantasy stories, which I have called The Kastania Series. They are available on the Amazon sites. More information about the series and artists impressions of the landscapes are available at and facebook. The Kastania series is essentially the story of one family, the Koros, and how they deal with the problems and challenges of running the empire from the moment they seize power. The stories will follow the family through the years and is going to be a dynastic epic.

Copies of all are available in paperback or ebook formats. The next instalment, Throne of Envy, takes the story of the empire forward and will be available in the summer of 2017.

Dark Blade series

Another fantasy series, but not so much an epic as about a single person, a half-human, half-elf girl called Faerowyn who sets off on her 16th birthday to discover her heritage left her by her long-vanished father who is one of the heirs to the throne of the dark elves. she must discover herself and her powers as she follows her quest, and deal with all kinds of dangers and enemies who want to stop her for their own reasons. I have written two stories to date and the third, Okra's Tower, is due out in late 2017.

Siren series

A shy, bullied and allergic-ridden girl seems to have no hope in achieving her dream of becoming a rock star, but on her 15th birthday a huge chance incident falls her way and it triggers off the possibility of realising her ambitions. Siren follows her latter school days and the formation of the band and their initial foray into the world of music. Sirensong picks up 4 years later and charts the slow unravelling of the band throughout the latter 80s as drink, drugs, touring pressures and artistic differences all contribute to the tension.

I also have co-written songs to go with the books which you can listen to on my website

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4.0 out of 5 stars ... Foreign Legion paratrooper) I first read Sadler's books as good 'barracks' reading during the 80's
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