Simon Scarrow Books in Order | Complete Series List 2023

Simon Scarrow Books In Order

Simon Scarrow Books in Order – If you read various types of literature and are interested in adding historical fiction books to your library, Simon Scarrow’s books in order will be a good addition to your library. Simon Scarrow is the author of 29 novels that sold over 4 million copies in the English language alone.

Who is Simon Scarrow?

Simon Scarrow is a British author of historical fictional novels. He was born on October 03, 1962. Simon’s novels have been published in the USA and translation all around the world. Simon Scarrow is a Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author.

His bestsellers include his novels featuring Roman soldiers Macro and Cato, as well as The Sword and the Scimitar, about the 1565 Siege of Malta, and four novels about the lives of the Duke of Wellington and Napoleon Bonaparte.

Simon Scarrow Books In Order

Let’s see Simon’s books and series in their publication order.

Publication Order of Eagle Books

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Under the Eagle(2000)Buy Now
The Eagle’s Conquest(2001)Buy Now
When the Eagle Hunts(2001)Buy Now
The Eagle and the Wolves(2003)Buy Now
The Eagle’s Prey(2004)Buy Now
The Eagle’s Prophecy(2005)Buy Now
The Zealot / The Eagle in the Sand(2006)Buy Now
Centurion(2007)Buy Now
The Gladiator(2009)Buy Now
The Legion(2009)Buy Now
Praetorian(2011)Buy Now
The Blood Crows(2013)Buy Now
Brothers in Blood(2014)Buy Now
Britannia(2015)Buy Now
Invictus(2016)Buy Now
Day of the Caesars(2017)Buy Now
The Blood of Rome(2018)Buy Now
Traitors of Rome(2019)Buy Now
The Emperor’s Exile(2021)Buy Now
The Honour of Rome(2021)Buy Now
Death to the Emperor(2022)Buy Now

Publication Order of Gladiator Books

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Fight for Freedom(2011)Buy Now
Street Fighter(2012)Buy Now
Son of Spartacus(2013)Buy Now
Vengeance(2014)Buy Now

Publication Order of Invader Books with T.J. Andrews

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Invader(2015)Buy Now

Publication Order of Invader Short Stories Books with T.J. Andrews

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Death Beach(2014)Buy Now
Blood Enemy(2014)Buy Now
Dark Blade(2014)Buy Now
Imperial Agent(2015)Buy Now
Sacrifice(2015)Buy Now

Publication Order of Pirata Books with T.J. Andrews

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
The Black Flag(2019)Buy Now
The Gates of Stone(2019)Buy Now
Hunters of the Sea(2019)Buy Now
Sea of Blood(2019)Buy Now
The Pirate Chief(2019)Buy Now
Pirata(2020)Buy Now

Publication Order of Revolution Quartet Books

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Young Bloods(2006)Buy Now
The Generals(2007)Buy Now
Fire and Sword(2009)Buy Now
The Fields of Death(2010)Buy Now

Publication Order of Roman Arena Books with T.J. Andrews

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Barbarian(2012)Buy Now
Challenger(2012)Buy Now
First Sword(2013)Buy Now
Revenge(2013)Buy Now
Champion(2018)Buy Now

Publication Order of Warrior Books with T.J. Andrews

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
The King in Rome(2022)Buy Now
The Druids’ Lair(2022)Buy Now
The War Prince(2022)Buy Now
Brothers of the Sword(2023)Buy Now
Lord of War(2023)Buy Now
Warrior(2023)Buy Now

Publication Order of Standalone Novels

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Sword and Scimitar(2012)Buy Now
Hearts of Stone(2015)Buy Now
Playing With Death(2019)Buy Now
Blackout(2021)Buy Now

Publication Order of Short Stories/Novellas

Book TitleYearBuy at Amazon
Red Christmas(2014)Buy Now

Biography of Simon Scarrow

Simon Scarrow was born in Lagos, Nigeria. Scarrow completed a master’s degree at the University of East Anglia after working at the Inland Revenue. He is best known for his Eagles of the Empire series of Roman military fiction set in the territories of the Roman Empire, covering the second invasion of Britain and the subsequent prolonged campaign undertaken by the rump of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. As of December 2019, there are 18 books in the series; the latest, “Traitors of Rome”, was published in 2019.

He has also written another series, Revolution, focusing on Wellington and Napoleon, whose first title, Young Bloods, was published in 2006. The second volume, The Generals, was released on 31 May 2007 and the third volume Fire and Sword was released in January 2009. The fourth and final novel of the series was released in Jun 2010 and is called The Fields of Death. He began publishing a new series in 2011 titled Gladiator.

His passion for writing began at an early age. He spent most of his childhood traveling the world. Before becoming a full-time writer, he pursued his great love of history as a teacher firstly at East Norfolk Sixth Form College, then at City College Norwich.

Simon has also co-written with T. J. Andrews three bestselling novels set in the Roman era, ARENA, INVADER, and PIRATA. Writing with Lee Francis, Simon is the author of the contemporary thriller PLAYING WITH DEATH

Awards of Simon Scarrow

Here are the few awards which is bagged by Simon Scarrow –

  • The III Barcino International Historical Novel Award
  • Barcelona prize for Historical Fiction.

Simon Scarrow Few Top Books/Series Summary

Let’s have a look at some top books by Simon Scarrow.


Eagles of the Empire is a series of historical military fiction novels. The series began in July 2000 with the publication of Under the Eagle, and as of January 2021, there have been 19 novels released in the series, with the 20th novel due in 2021.

The Eagles of the Empire series centers upon two main protagonists, Quintus Licinius Cato and Lucius Cornelius Macro, who are both Roman soldiers. Macro, a veteran with nearly 15 years’ service (at the start of the first novel) in the Roman Army, has recently been appointed to the Centurion. Cato is in his teen years, grew up in the Imperial Palace as a slave, and at the start of the series joins the Eagles as Macro’s Optio.

The first book starts in 42 AD. The books cover the experiences of the two soldiers, initially as an experienced centurion and new option, in battles in Germania and the invasion of Britain by Claudius as part of the Legio II Augusta. The 6th book The Eagle’s Prophecy has them serving as part of the Imperial Navy east of Italy. The 7th and 8th put them in Rome’s eastern provinces as agents of the emperor’s secretary Tiberius Claudius Narcissus.

The 9th sees them shipwrecked on the island of Crete, fighting against a full-scale uprising. The 11th is set in Rome with the leads hoping to save the emperor from the shady Liberators. The Blood Crows is set once again in Britannia. The two protagonists are faced with defeating tribal rebels.


The Revolution Quartet centers upon the lives of Napoleon Bonaparte and Arthur Wellesley, later the Duke of Wellington. The first book in the quartet starts in 1769 and follows the two young men through their youth and on to their military careers.


The stunning second world war thriller from the celebrated Sunday Times. Berlin in December 1939 is beginning to feel the effects of war. Shortages are becoming noticeable in the city’s most celebrated restaurants, much to the irritation of powerful men, but, far more menacingly, the newly-imposed nightly blackout has brought monsters out to play.

When Gerda Korzeny, a former actress and celebrated beauty, is raped and murdered, the establishment takes note. Gerda was married to a top Nazi lawyer, a friend of Goebbels. The Gestapo call in Criminal Inspector Horst Schenke to investigate.

There’s a reason Schenke has been selected – he’s not a member of the Nazi Party and is only tolerated for his glamorous past racing cars, an illustrious career that ended in a crash. If this case should uncover demons, then Schenke will make the perfect scapegoat. Then, as the nights draw even darker, another woman is murdered and the pressure on Schenke mounts.


FBI Special Agent Rose Blake has more than an increasingly distant husband and an Asperger’s teenage son to cope with. She is still recovering seven months on from an investigation that went horrifically wrong.

The memories of Shane Koenig’s escape from his isolated cabin, and the trail of deaths he left behind haunt her waking hours, but Rose must move forwards. And when the call comes in about a suspicious death from arson, she abandons her family dinner and is on the scene within minutes.

The victim, a loner, is dead in his chair in front of his computer, burned in what looks like a wetsuit. There is no sign of forced entry or accelerant. It looks like suicide, but the cards don’t stack up. And the further Rose investigates, the more she realizes this could be a twisted video game. Worse still, her nemesis, Koenig looks to be back on the murder trial, with her son a future victim.

Simon Scarrow Top Faq’s

  1. Which is the upcoming book by Simon Scarrow?

  2. Which are some latest releases by Simon Scarrow?

    Simon Scarrow’s latest releases are “Death to the Emperor” and “The War Prince” which are released in 2022

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Have you read Simon Scarrow’s books and novels? Did you like them? Leave your comments and thoughts below.

2 thoughts on “Simon Scarrow Books in Order | Complete Series List 2023”

  1. brenda hutcheon

    What is the last book with macro and Cato? Does it end with the honor of Rome? if it is then I will cry a river cause I have all of these books. devastated. please let me know.

  2. Stuart E Ross

    I recently discovered Simon Scarrow, read “Young Bloods” and consequently read the four books I thoroughly enjoyed. I am now embarking on the “Eagle series”
    Having started at the wrong end and read “The Legion” which I couldn’t put down. I am a Bernard Cornwall reader and have read all of his work to date, and I find Simon Scarrow of very similar and easy to read and understand.

    Kind Regards Stuart Ross

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