- File Size: 2631 KB
- Print Length: 436 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1681900661
- Publisher: Cavé BooksTM (August 15, 2017)
- Publication Date: August 15, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0737C8WD7
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #904,296 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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In book 1, I got really frustrated while reading it, because the characters profess faith in Christ, but they do things throughout the story that are really contradictory to their faith! This really irritated me, just because I love touchy-feely fiction where all's well that ends well. Real life, I know ... but it still frustrated me. But it was still an interesting story and set the groundwork for book 2 well. Book 2 is great--although it's still not touchy-feely fiction that is all wrapped up neatly. But both books 1 and 2 are worth reading. Read book 1 for the backstory of book 2. :)
An amazing example of fine writing! Anne Garboczi has accomplished a fine novel which is historically accurate and has characters that made my heart cry out for love and family. The characters are memorable and the dialogue has been crafted by a true artist.
I finally have read a book about Roman Britannia, something I have wanted to do for some time. Celtic relations were tense,but the Celts managed, barely, to eek out a living under Roman rule. Life was harsh and not all would be willing to pay taxes &penalties to Roman governors. Many governors were tyrants who thought nothing of taking what they wanted & barely leaving enough for a family to survive. Rome was a cruel conquerer. Soldiers obeyed commands without thought, more like automatons. Occasionally, someone came along a soldier with a heart & soul that chose the way of Christus. These men still soldiered, but kept their religion secret. Such is the tribune Aquilus.
Celts were considered barbarians by the Romans. It would be a brave, or foolish man to marry a Celt. Ness was a woman who caught the heart of a Roman tribune. She was use to the life of hard work and family. She certainly never thought that she was bound for Rome!
Journey with Ness and Aquilus as they navigate love, marriage, children, betrayal and a full range of emotions and experiences.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough! I have read since late evening, till early morning and I know I will dream of these characters and the world in which they lived. Buy this book, you will not regret it.
This book plods along and the repeating fights between Ness and Aquilus are mind numbing! I swear Aquilus doesn’t have two brain cells to rub together. He’s a dimwitted Neanderthal. I found no redeeming qualities in his character.
I read a review that said it’s a slow starter but it never picked up and my interest died when I got over half way through it.
Celtic village leader’s daughter Ness and Roman Tribune Aquilus marriage reminded me of unrequited love stories like Tristan and Isolde, and Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliette. However, Ness and Aquilus story transcended these for they were bound by a commitment neither would shirk. And in the end what these two went through made my heart cry for love and family and then love of spouse won out!
This is a MUST READ for the characters are memorable and the dialogue has been crafted by a true artist!
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