Bringing together past and present, this book takes place in A.D. 2009 and 9. After arriving in A.D. 9, TAT soldiers must decide between a new life or fight for freedom in a place and time they hardly know anything about. The TAT soldiers were taken back in time to one of history’s greatest battles. This battle put an end to the advance of the dominant Roman Empire.
September 2009 will mark the 2000th anniversary of this crucial battle. Rothdiener’s ability to mix fiction with historical accuracy helps put the importance of this battle in perspective for all of those who read his book.
“Terror in Teutoburg Forest” isn’t just for those who appreciate history: it has something for everyone. The book contains patriotism, relationships, sci-fi, romance, humor – there is even a story line for the pet lover! Rothdiener will challenge the readers’ imaginations by emotionally connecting them to all of the characters in the story.
“The Leader locked eyes with the captain and then slowly moved his gaze from one soldier to the next. He looked dignified, proud and confident. His dark blue eyes showed no fear as he continued to focus on each of the soldiers. Unexpectedly, the leader jumped off the horse, rammed his spear into the ground and walked briskly up to Lieutenant Ben Simpson.”
Trade paperback, soft cover 69
Approximately 308 pages
Soft cover $16.99 retail price
About the Author:
John L. Rothdiener was born in Syracuse, NY but grew up in Lakewood, CO. Currently he is residing in Bolivar, MO with his wife Joy. He has been married to his wife for 36 years. They have two sons and two grandchildren. His book, “Terror in Teutoburg Forest,” is his greatest accomplishment. He hopes to write a sequel.
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