I will eagerly look forward to reading the next book in this series.
Also, the language used is sprinkled just enough with contemporary British jargon to make one wonder just what century you are in.
Simon Scarrow brings the characters to life and makes them relistic as well as making the book a very enjoyable and exciting read.
This was generally a boring read. I will not purchase another of the books in the series.Published 1 month ago by William Clem
We always enjoy Simon Scarrow adventures, my husband looks forward to the next one in the seriesPublished 2 months ago by Patsy Finster
Trust me Bernard Cornwell, this book is no competition to your writings. Won't be buying any more from the series.Published 3 months ago by Paul A Rose
This novelette is entertaining and well-written, but the story does not develop enough to qualify as a good read. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Skip
As the 1st book of this series it provides a good introduction to the main characters. i enjoyed and recommend it.Published 5 months ago by John Barna-Lloyd
A good start to the series.
It moved a bit fast (would have liked more about his early days in the Second Legion) and the dialog* seemed to be a bit 'modern' (like i was... Read more
If you are a fan of historical fiction, and a fan of the Roman Empire (and lets face it, who isn't?), then this first book in the Cato series will whet your appetite for more. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Shawn M. Warswick
"Under The Eagle" presents the story of Cato, a freedman from the Imperial household, and his entry into the world of the Roman Army. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Romantic Whiskers