The First Casualty Hercules the Legendary Journeys MOBI


1 thoughts on “The First Casualty Hercules the Legendary Journeys

  1. Scott Williams Scott Williams says:

    I had high hopes that this fourth novel in the series might be better than the first three which were by Timothy Boggs I think Seidman’s characterization of Hercules is better but that’s about all for improvementsThe story is convoluted It reminds me of first season episodes like “The Vanishing Dead” It’s a bigger story than could have been told on the TV series so I can applaud Seidman for making use of his mediumOverall I’m glad to be finished with this series


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


The First Casualty Hercules the Legendary Journeys Mercantilius and Pastoralis are two towns on the verge of all out war When Hercules wanders into their little disagreement he's shocked to learn that he's already been there and he's betrayed them all There is only one possibility Someone is posing as Hercules Someone with superhuman powers of trickery and deception Perhaps a certain cloven hoofed god with a bad attitude

  • Paperback
  • 211 pages
  • The First Casualty Hercules the Legendary Journeys
  • David L. Seidman
  • English
  • 10 October 2016
  • 9781572972391