Review: Fire and Sword. Throne of the Caesars – Harry Sidebottom

"a magnificent world built on brutality and political games, where no one os safe from retribution"

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Review: Vindolanda – Adrian Goldsworthy

My version: Hardback Genre: Historical Fiction Romans, Roman Britain Publisher: Head of Zeus First published: 2017 Bought, signed AD98. Vindolanda, a fort on the edge of the Roman world. The bustling army base at Vindolanda, lies on the northern frontier of Britannia and the entire Roman world. In just over 20 years time, the Emperor Hadrian will build … Continue reading Review: Vindolanda – Adrian Goldsworthy

Review: Iron & Rust – Harry Sidebottom

3 of 5 stars Series: The Throne of the Caesars 1 My version: Hardback Historical Fiction Rome, the Romans Harper Collins 2014 Bought, signed first edition In a single year, six Emperors will lay claim to the Throne of the Caesars. Spring AD235. Dawn on the Rhine. A surprise attack and the brutal murder of the Emperor Alexander and … Continue reading Review: Iron & Rust – Harry Sidebottom

Then this happened…

Clearly too tough to be contained by a puny padded envelope, yesterday, Agent of Rome: The Black Stone by Nick Brown landed in a welter of blood and corpses on my doormat. OK, Parcel Postie knocked politely on the door and gave it to me. But once inside the house, the book fought its way out … Continue reading Then this happened…