44 a.C. Julio César es asesinado.
Cuando en su testamento adopta y nombra a su sobrino Octavio como su heredero universal, la vida de este joven de dieciocho años cambia para siempre.
Rodeado de hombres que luchan ferozmente por el poder -Cicerón, Bruto, Casio, Marco Antonio, Lépido-, el joven Octavio debe imponerse a todas las maquinaciones para hacer suyo el legado de su padre adoptivo y reclamar su destino como primer emperador romano.
EL HIJO DE CÉSAR nace, tras una minuciosa investigación, de la pluma de un verdadero poeta, y nos habla del sueño de un hombre de liberar a la corrupta Roma de las luchas internas que amenazan con destruirla y consolidarla como el eje del mundo.
John Williams (1922-1994) was born and raised in Northwest Texas.
Congratulations for the talent he has shown for reading and acting, he taught the studies at the end of the first university year.
He collaborated in several publications and radio stations until 1942, when they joined up against the law in lexèrcit de laire.
He spent two years and mig as a snake in India and Burma, and devoted himself to scrutinizing a birth of his first novel, Nothing but the Night.
When I returned home, I got the novel published by a minority publisher and enrolled at the University of Denver, where I enrolled and earned a graduate degree, and in 1954 became a professor.
He created the creative description program of the university and was part of its teaching team until he retired in 1985.
During these years, he was very active in both teaching and writing.
He has published two books of poems and three novels:
Crossing of Butchers, Stoner and Augustus (National Book Winner Prize 1973)..."