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Reviews (Historical novels)

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Review: Beasts Beyond The Wall

Robert Low

The book "Beasts Beyond The Wall" by Robert Lee is the first book in the "Brothers Of The Sands" series. The plot tells the story of two former gladiators who are sent far to the north of Britain to find a woman and a child on a mysterious mission. The action takes place during the reign of Septimius Severus. The book was published by the REBIS publishing house.

Beasts Beyond The Wall

Review: Hannibal. Enemy of Rome

Ben Kane

The book "Hannibal. Enemy of Rome" by Ben Kane is the first part of a new series, in which this time we will be transported to one of the most amazing periods in history. This time the author decided to focus on the times of the Second Punic War (218-201 BCE) and the rivalry between the hated enemies of Rome and Carthage.

Ben Kane, Hannibal. Enemy of Rome

Review: Vespasian. Rome’s Lost Son

Robert Fabbri

The book "Vespasian. Rome's Lost Son" by Robert Fabbri is the sixth volume of the novel series telling the adventures and story of Vespasian's coming to power in the Roman Empire.

Vespasian. Rome's Lost Son

Review: Silver Eagle

Ben Kane

The historical novel "Silver Eagle" by Ben Kane is the second of three volumes of the trilogy, which takes place during the fall of the republic, in the 1st century BCE. The book is a continuation of the amazing story of the heroes of the "Forgotten Legion". Friends Romulus, Brennus and Tarquin struggle to survive on Parthia's eastern frontier after being taken captive by their defeat at Carrhae; while the beautiful Fabiola must survive in the extremely dangerous and cruel Rome in the 50s of the 1st century BCE.

Silver Eagle - Ben Kane

Review: Vespasian. False God of Rome

Robert Fabbri

The book "Vespasian. False God of Rome" is the third part of the cycle devoted to Vespasian, the founder of the Flavian dynasty and the initiator of the construction of the magnificent amphitheater - the Colosseum. The action of the third volume takes place during the reign of young Caligula, who takes over the reign after the death of his uncle - Tiberius.

Vespasian. False God of Rome

Review: Vespasian. Rome’s Executioner

Robert Fabbri

The book "Vespasian. Rome's Executioner" is the second part of the series dedicated to Vespasian, the founder of the Flavian dynasty and the initiator of the construction of the magnificent amphitheater - the Colosseum. The second volume tells the story of a young knight who, while serving in the legions, also takes part in a deadly and dangerous political game.

Vespasian. Rome's Executioner

Review: Vespasian. Tribune of Rome

Robert Fabbri

The first volume of the Vespasian historical novel. A young Roman gains his first experience in the Roman army and learns about the world of intrigue and political struggles.

Vespasian. Tribune of Rome

Review: Hunting the Eagles

Ben Kane

The book "Hunting the Eagles" is the second part of Ben Kane's new trilogy, entitled "Eagles of Rome", in which the author takes us to 14 CE, five years after the tragic defeat of Varus' legions in the Teutoburg Forest. This time we will take part in the preparations for the Germanicus offensive and direct clashes across the Rhine.

Hunting the Eagles

Review: Vespasian. Emperor of Rome

Robert Fabbri

The book "Vespasian. Emperor of Rome" is the ninth and final part of the novel about Vespasian, the founder of the Flavian dynasty and the initiator of the construction of a magnificent amphitheater - the Colosseum. This time the author takes us to Judea and presents Vespasian's campaign to crush the Jewish rebellion. Moreover, Vespasian is competing for power in Rome.

Vespasian. Emperor of Rome

Review: Blood Forest

Geraint Jones

The book "Blood Forest" is the debut novel by war veteran Geraint Jones. The author decided to tell the tragic defeat of the Roman legions in 9 CE. in the Germanic forests from the perspective of ordinary soldiers. The theme of the plot as well as the author's war experiences should guarantee a truly uniquely described ancient world.

Blood Forest

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