A readable potboiler with interesting historical detail. My biggest criticism is the dialogue: normal people don't speak conversationally in long orated sentences.Published 12 days ago by Rich B
This series has deteriorated so badly I had to come back to Book 1 to get my review up front as a warning to those contemplating reading the series. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Gordon G. Carlson
I'm hooked, well written, great read and I am delighted that the Latin words have an explanation that slips into the narrative without being g i trusive or condecending. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lauren in SA
Loved reading this book great adventures for the young vespasian recommend this book highly. I am currently on the second one and its not disappointing me.Published 6 months ago by David
1st book in the Vespasian series. I had read other Roman legion series. This ranks right up there with the wonderful stories of those times.Published 6 months ago by Robert J. Krakovich
Fabbri has a good knowledge of history but the story is lacking in believability.Published 7 months ago by Robert P.
The book is quite enjoyable even for those who take Roman history seriously. The description of battles are good and of course I know this is a work of fiction; However, a bit... Read morePublished 11 months ago by H. Rink
Tribune of Rome (Vespasian).
Well thought out and in my opinion the best in the series so far, good read.
The strength of this historic fiction/action novel is in its battle passages and description of Roman military life, strategy, etc. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Blue in Washington