These classic novels for young adults, first published in the 1930s, are available again!
In A Slave of Catiline, a young slave is confronted by the conspiracy of his master Catiline (the subject of Stevens novel Catilinas Riddle.) In Swords in the North, Gaius, a young Roman aristocrat in Caesars Tenth Legion, takes part in the invasion of Britain, is captured, and designated for sacrifice by the Druids; only a British princess can save him. In With the Eagles, Roman army life and Caesars conquest of Gaul are seen through the eyes of a young legionary soldier. In Pugnax the Gladiator, Dumnorix the Aeduan, sold into slavery and given the Roman name of Pugnax, becomes a gladiator at Rome and encounters undreamed of adventures. For Freedom and for Gaul is a stirring novel of Vercingertorix, defender of the Gauls against Caesars invasion.