Review: The Furies of Rome – Robert Fabbri

Not furry

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Review: Hannibal. Fields of Blood by Ben Kane

Peee-ay! Peee-ay!

Review: Enemy of Rome by Douglas Jackson

Valerius in Love

Review: Masters of Rome (Vespasian V) by Robert Fabbri

The best thing to come out of Berlin, since 'Low' and 'Heroes.'

Review: At the Ruin of the World by John Henry Clay

Three names, three stars

Review: Rome’s Fallen (Eagle Vespasian IV) – Robert Fabbri

The best book of AD41 without a doubt.

Review: The Siege

The Siege (Agent of Rome 1) by Nick Brown My rating: 5 of 5 stars I am going back in time by reading this one. I was lucky enough to be sent (the latest as it was at the time) The Black Stone, which was actually number four in the series. I’d seen the name and some of …

Review: Vespasian False God of Rome (Vespasian III)

False God of Rome by Robert Fabbri My rating: 4 of 5 stars Robert Fabbri seems to be documenting, pretty much minute by minute, the career of Vespasian. Vespasian is a pretty well-known historical character and that is the problem, I guess, with writing about a historical figures - how to keep the excitement up, given that your …

Review: The Sword and the Throne

The Sword and the Throne by Henry Venmore-Rowland My rating: 5 of 5 stars If you haven’t read Henry Venmore-Rowland’s  previous novel The Last Caesar you really should have. However, it’s not vital, you’ll soon get totally caught up in this wonderful book all on its own. Chances are, if you know anything of ‘The Year of The …

Review: The Amber Road

The Amber Road by Harry Sidebottom My rating: 2 of 5 stars I was hoping for a bit more action this time out. I kind of got it. This time though, we’re fighting a desperate rear-guard action while the pagan hordes are rampaging through Harry Sidebottom’s Roman history books for the year 264. Northern section. …