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Fortune's Favorites is the fifth book I have read in McCullough's series on ancient Rome.
McCullough brings history to life in such a way that in spite of a basic familiarity with the events to come, I can't wait to see what happens next.
In this section Julius Caesar, Pompey the Great and Cicero begin their roles in Roman history.
Received the paper back in error but the mistake was corrected immediately. received the hard backed copy and is now part of my library along with the rest of the Caesar... Read morePublished 3 months ago by JOHN LEWMAN
This is an excellent book telling the tale of a Rome I knew nothing about. It is totally different from the hollywood versions of Rome. Read morePublished 6 months ago by B. A. Skinner
I read this book very fast because I couldn't put it down. This is literature at its very, very best. =)Published 9 months ago by Ramz Artso
Colleen McCullough "Masters of Rome" series are are perfect summer reading for the pool or beach. This is historical fiction at its best.Published 11 months ago by Jerel Wilmore
This was not as good a book as the first two in the series. Most of the book is quite good but the author wasted too much time pretending she understood Caesar's mind and talked... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Judith A. Weller
Fortune's Favorites is the third installment of the fascinating Masters of Rome historical novels by famed Australian novelist Colleen McCullough. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dr. Miguel Faria
McCullough's third book of the Masters of Rome series of five books is another intriguing and detailed novel. It has a hypnotic effect on the reader. Read morePublished 17 months ago by John Rice
After two masterpieces like "First man in Rome" and "Grass Crown" it is really a great achievement of Collen McCullough that the third instalment in the series is another great... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Maciej
I enjoy McCullough's attention to historical detail. She is a great font of information. McCullough brings historical figues to life!Published 19 months ago by Charles S. Lochner