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Last Prophecy of Rome: A gripping action-packed conspiracy thriller (Myles Munro action thriller Book 1) by [King, Iain]
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  • File Size: 2350 KB
  • Print Length: 440 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1910751758
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Bookouture (January 28, 2016)
  • Publication Date: January 28, 2016
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B018UWX8V2
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Military historian Myles Munro is caught up in a tornado of activity as people from his past come back to haunt him and ask for his help. A US Senator is taken hostage and the United States is threatened with terrorist attacks that will take the country back to the stone age. Or should I say the time of the fall of Rome.

The narration for Last Prophecy of Rome is done by Tim Bentinck and he absolutely crushes it. He's a British narrator (or at least he narrates in a British accent) which just adds another level to this already interesting story. Bentinck's smooth voice made listening to this book easy and enjoyable.

This story had a lot going on in it, but I never felt overwhelmed. King has a way of writing intricate and interesting plots that are both deep and fun to follow. The entire time I was reading this I felt like I was with Munro as he tried to stop plot after plot.

As a history nerd also, the tie-in's to ancient Rome were really different. I thought that King did a great job tying ancient history into modern times. This allowed for a lot of fast-paced action and deep thinking to interweave throughout the story.

Overall, I felt riveted to my seat the entire novel. I loved the Munro character and I'm excited that there is at least one more story in this series with his character in it. I haven't looked yet, but if there is an audiobook I really hope that Bentinck does that one too. He was the perfect voice for Munro.

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This is really the best book that I have read in a long time. the story line is great and combined with some very interesting history. I could see how this could impact our lives today. I have to read his more from Mr King
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I really enjoyed this book and will be reading other books by Iain King. The political message was not overdone but it really made an impression on me. I will be reading more about the Roman Empire, as well. Thank you, Mr King.
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From my perspective there were two central themes in this book: Americans behave poorly and are isolationist/xenophobic and, two, anything short of a borderless policy on the part of 'rich' western countries where 'refugees' are given large sums of money is, for lack of a better word, racist.

The rest of the book was action centered around those themes.

Not a bad book, just felt a bit like grandstanding disguised as a thriller. 'The Last Nazi' was a thriller in the purest sense of the word. I found myself too often aware of the political overtures present in this book. As this could simply be my own perspectives, and the writing and pace of the book were quite good, I gave it 3 stars.
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improbable but still a great read..amazed even though I knew it could not move as fast time wise through the events..I still loved it, any book I put off getting dinner until I reach the end is a good one for me.. loved the history and places..and the slightly irregular Myles..surprises were excellent..and the content did not move so fast one could not keep up with the action or characters, to me that means the writing was solid. Look forward to reading more of Mr. Kings books..
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I read this book because I enjoyed Iain's 1st book so much, and I had to have more of the adventures of Myles Munroe. In this book Myles is
able to get out of "situations" that are just, how can I say, well...in a realistic perspective, he would most likely be dead, behind bars, or needing
serious medical attention. There are some very good points of comparison in history between the Roman Empire and the United States as well
as the seriousness of terrorism that persists today. I will definitely look forward to more books by Iain King in the future!
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Definitely not as good as the one he wrote about "the Last Nazi". That isn't the full title but it's close. The main character seemed a bit too high school-ish with his romance. I also got aggravated at the author's overuse of the words "Er" and "juggering". Picky of me, I know, but oh well.
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By Ashrae on January 28, 2016
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I really enjoyed Mr King's début novel - Secrets of the Last Nazi - so I do admit to getting a little excited when I heard about this new offering. I was also a little bit scared as I am for all sequels. Will they live up to the enjoyment that the last book gave me? Will they disappoint? Well, I am very happy to report that this one is equal to, if not better than the first!
When reading/reviewing the first book I mentioned that the writing was action packed and punchy. This has continued to be the case here too. It really does go along at a bit of a lick and the reader is dragged along with the cast literally all over the world. The main theme contained within the book is pretty pertinent and quite controversial but Mr King has tackled it very sensitively indeed, giving me as a reader quite a bit to think about.
The history contained within is explained very well for the layman and my interest was so piqued by the Fall of Rome that, had my TBR not been so long, I would have liked to have read more about the subject and I am not really a big fan of history. So hats off to Mr King for making a historical book palatable to me. Again, within my limited historical knowledge what I read makes sense and appears to be very well researched.
Another thing I do like about this author is his characterisation. He writes very well described characters that have their own distinct, individual personalities which are congruent to their contribution / purpose in the book. Apart from the obvious, it is often hard to work out who's the enemy and the real motivations behind their actions as the book weaves its way through twist, turn and dead end before finally revealing something I didn't see coming.
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