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Great suspense narrated in a comprehensive way. Close to the facts although in novella way. He really knows the history of the periodPublished 1 month ago by Diana Atencio
By the time I had reached the last hundred or so pages of Fire in the East, I could hardly put it down, but the first hundred or so were very slow. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wolfgang Mercer
Came across this book by accident and was completely captivated by it.Published 5 months ago by Roza Sheehan
I tried reading Fire In The East a couple of years ago early on in my Roman reading but I didn't like it and I gave up on it within the first half. Read morePublished 11 months ago by brandt johnson
This was fun to read and I grew to enjoy the characters. I couldn't quite tell how much was adventure, how much is (theoretically) accurate history, or what. Read morePublished 12 months ago by E. Buchholz
Took a bit of effort to get into, but was well worth it. Started on the next one in the series.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not bad, a little lacking on character development. Pacing's a little slow, also.Published 14 months ago by flashman
only got so far, was not impressed. One example has Vespasian recalled from obscurity in Spain to Greece where he promptly gets falling down drunk in front of Nero and falls asleep... Read morePublished 14 months ago by Ken Neel