Written by:
Colleen McCullough
Narrated by:
Michael York

Abridged Audiobook

Release Date
December 1997
6 hours 0 minutes
It is 54 B.C. Gaius Julius Caesar is sweeping through Gaul. While his victories in the name of Rome are epic, the conservative leaders of the Republic are not pleased -- they are terrified. Where will the boundless ambition of Rome's most brilliant soldier stop? He must be destroyed before he can overthrow the government and install himself as Dictator.

When Cato and the Senate betray him, Caesar resolves to turn his genius against his ungrateful country. Backed by a loyal and skilled army, he marches on Rome. But before reaching his goal, he must contend with Pompey the Great, a formidable adversary who underestimates the renegade Caesar.

These are tumultuous times -- for Caesar, who endures personal tragedies even as he wages war; for Pompey, who must wrestle with his fear that his greatness is at an end; for Cicero, whose luminous rhetoric is shattered by threat of violence; and for the citizens of Rome, whose destiny lies in Caesar's hands.

The fifth novel in Colleen McCullough's unforgettable Masters of Rome series, Caesar brings to life the passion and genius of an incomparable man.
Profile Avatar

love how it feels you're there I love the story no matter what happened they end up together by choice their way right or wrong it is GothicaLly Romantic

Profile Avatar
Ian Martin

It might not be the definitive history of Julius Caesar, but it's a worthwhile take on the historical events leading up to the death of Julius Caesar, though I think her version may be a little too one-sided. It is a compellingly and a colorfully presented story. The Narrator does a fantastic job seamlessly adapting the Roman characters with recognizable British accents that distinguish the characters and also attempt to help inform the listener about the character's relative position in Roman society by likening it to particular British accents. He seems to have fully grasped Ms. McCullough's idea for this story and portrays it with zest and emotion. Good job!

This title is due for release on December 1, 1997.

Enter your email below to be notified as soon as it is available!

By clicking "Notify Me" you consent to receiving electronic marketing communications from You will be able to unsubscribe at any time.

Already a member? Log In to add this title to your wishlist.
This title is due for release on December 1, 1997
We'll send you an email as soon as it is available!

Already a member?
Log in to add this title in your wishlist
Please Log in and add this title to your wishlist.

We will send you an email as soon as this title is available.

1 book added to cart
View Cart