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Nevertheless, I highly recommend this book it is a great and exciting read.
Anthony Everitt's lucid biography gives a great description of the times and political life of the man who established the Roman Empire.
Clearly, it is brilliantly researched, extremely well written and a really enjoyable book to read.
Very few books are highly informative without being wordy and sometimes off topic. Author seems to throw in a fact that acceeds interesting that is relevant to the topic within the... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Brandon Manning
Roman history is so interesting this book is well written, describes the beginning of the Roman empire, a good primer.Published 12 days ago by Ruben M. Garcia
This author, Everitt, writes for newspapers and is a visiting professor in the "performing and visual arts" (rephrased now as "cultural policy" in place of "visual arts") at a new... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andrew M. Klein
No one could foresee that a teenager without provincial greatest attributes would become Augustus. At a time when Rome was into chaos a young man with no apparent skills becomes... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric Mascarin Perigault
An intimate portrait of the first Roman Emperor. Story moves right along but cover a lot new (for me) detail. Good read.Published 1 month ago by Garry Moore
I approached this work as a scholar in classics, so my analysis is largely informed by 'already knowing' much of the content contained within this work. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ryan Mease
Having anything to say about this very interesting topic, is great. All of the author's research did not go to waste on me.Published 4 months ago by Hillary Murtomaki