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  • I love this Vespasian series

    I liked the first two books but so far this is my favourite, let's see what happens in the next book!

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  • False As Fiction

    This is probably just not my thing because I found it a struggle to finish. It is the first of this authors stories I have read so I brought no baggage to reading it. However, I found the characterisation shallow and the basic personality traits driving the main characters immature . The most likeable character is the henchman of the main character who although being a single dimension macho man is actually more interesting and humorous than any other character portrayed. The women in this story, with a single exception, are simply sex objects and even the one exception indulges, although for her satisfaction and not the mans. All this is a pity because the author obviously knows his Roman history and appears to have a lot to offer that could immerse the reader in the genre. He paints a world with such authority that you can believe you are a part of a real place. It's just a pity that he can not master the stories characters with as much authority. The story improved as it progressed and I was beginning to get immersed in what I thought was to be a climatic ending but I was disappointed at an abrupt conclusion that had no real closure.

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  • False God of Rome

    Another great read from Robert Fabbri in the Vespasian series......if you have note started these then you are missing out.

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  • Great

    Perfectly detailed and showing the divine abusive rule of the emperor. Makes you read all the books from curiosity .

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  • Non-stop action

    This is an excellent read for those who have read the previous two books, or for those picking up the series at this point. Fabbri's accessible writing style never slacks and even in the quieter moments the intrigue is kept very much to the fore.

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