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A fascinating insight into the times of post-Julius Caesar Rome, showing the intrigues, the policies, the human characters and frailties, the ambitions and failings of the main... Read morePublished 7 days ago by phesselmann
Having read all of the Masters if Rome series plus Ceasar's Commentaries shows that the awesome power of Colleen McCullough's mind is a metaphor for those of Juius Ceasar and... Read morePublished 17 days ago by denny
I have read the Masters of Rome series since the beginning but I failed to notice that this one came out in 2007 so I was very excited to buy it and start reading it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gregory Alan Wingo
Faster paced than the previous books. Like she wanted to finish up the series quickly. Still good thoughPublished 2 months ago by rob kelly