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  • Fascinating

    I enjoyed the first 4 books. In the 5th and final book, the pettiness and curdled jealousy of men like Cato and the 'boni', those self-serving incompetents, made it clear why Rome fell. Each one imagines HE should be a general, not Caesar, HE would win a war, yet each would lose their army as surely as it happened against the Germans in the first book in the series. By not putting Rome first, above their own spite for anyone who is First Man in Rome and more capable, Rome suffered. Too many wars lost through incompetence, too much wealth endlessly needed to restore the treasury, and too much superiority without the talent. The Senate came to be ruled by spite, hatred, jealousy. Too poisonous, couldnt finish the last book.

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