Hannibal stories, books, poems, and more

12 results

In 218 BCE, Hannibal took his army along with 27 elephants over the Alps to attack the Romans. Eleven years before this historic event, on the banks of a river near Carthage in North Africa, one of his elephants pulled a drowning girl from the turbulent waters. Thus began Liada’s… Read More
A unit of the Seventh Cavalry is on a mission over Afghanistan when their plane is hit by something. The soldiers bail out of the crippled plane, but when the thirteen men and women reach the ground, they are not in Afghanistan. Not only are they four thousand miles from… Read More

Poem / Poetry

August 14, 2017

Reads: 214

Comments: 2

The Booksie Classic House

Recent research on Roman coins has shown that Hannibal's defeat resulted in a huge boost to the Roman economy and marked its transition from regional power to Empire. This reminded me of a poem I wrote during my Latin studies when I first came to Nelson in 1982. Called 'What… Read More
Will is beginning to question both himself and Dr. Lector, his only confidant. He decides to enlist world-renowned Consulting Detective, Sherlock Holmes, to help close the case of the Chesapeake Ripper for good. But will lives be placed in danger and lost before Sherlock can catch the killer? *Spoiler Alert:Don't… Read More

Reads: 497

Comments: 3

The Booksie Classic House

Isabella is a high school student studying psychology; she isn't the most popular girl in school but the friends she does have are perfect for her...even they don't know what she has to come up against when she goes home. Since the birth of her younger sister her mother has… Read More
Years have passed since the death of Hannibal Lecter's younger sister's (Mischa's) death. He got his vengeance on those who were involved with Mischa's suffering and painful death. He decides to go to her grave and "talks" to her... Song: My Immortal Song sang by: Evanescence Read More
A knight from the Crusades participates in a battle to the death with fifteen of the greatest warriors from history,all the while being observed by an alien audience. Read More
There can be no doubt at all of this man’s importance to history. Warfare had been changed when he joined the fray. Rome became all the mightier when the man who eventually defeated him at Zama, Scipio Africanus, emulated Hannibal and learned from his deadliest enemy. Napoleon Bonaparte studied him… Read More
Two great generals of history meet upon the battlefield, in the balance is the fate of two empires. Read More
This is a dramatic monologue I did, from Hannibal Lecter to Clarice Starling. (The Silence Of The Lambs, and Hannibal by Thomas Harris) Read More

Reads: 268

Comments: 1

The Booksie Classic House

My collection of poems. A poem in every chapter, ranging in topics from everything from cannibalism to just growing up. Read More
Part One of Two Hannibal Johansson Jr. goes to war, on US soil. He joins a highly secret team, Phantom Five, but all he wants is the war to end, and go home to see his family. Join him in a war that hasn't yet taken place, but isn't to… Read More
Booksie 2019 Short Story Contest

Welcome New Writers