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  • Outstanding historical fiction!!

    The great game of empires continues!! Masters of Rome is a captivating story that brings Rome to life once again in book 2 of the series. So much of the history of Rome informs current literature so reading about the people and events of this time is irresistible to me. Constantine and Maxentius continue to try and manage their separate parts of the empire, with each of them having to deal with potential external threats and personal issues close to home. As each man acts and reacts to events they continue to wonder if somehow their friendship of so many years can survive. The changing religious climate puts tremendous strain on both, not only as rulers but as individuals. The constant shifting alliances, threats and changes to the world at large make this a fascinating read that still has parallels to our world today. I found myself liking each man in many respects which certainly makes the inevitable conflict between them even harder to stomach. For such a complex society, I never felt overwhelmed by too many names, titles. or terms and the amount of detail was just the right amount to flesh out the story without bogging it down. The steady rise in tension really carried the story along beautifully and I really felt my loyalties pulled back and forth between each man. This is a wonderful series covering a part of Roman history that still has many lessons to impart to us today. Readers who enjoy history from this time period and it's political ramifications will find this a fantastic addition to the series.

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  • Very good read

    The authors really good know their story and history of the Roman era looking forward to read the next book

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