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What a disappointment. A dull plodding plot paralleling Gordianus's sluggish mind. Solved only by risible deus ex machina. Quit while you're ahead and move on.Published 18 hours ago by JS
Unless Saylor picks it back up again, the Roma Sub Rosa series ends with this book, and I'm in withdrawal. I would happily read the next, if it existed. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karen A. Wyle
I am a Giordianus fan but this was very slow. To bring in the supernatural to help solve the case was stretching it. Especially since it was involving a deceased friend. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Billbo
Gordianus is now 64 years old-- indeed ancient by ancient Roman standards--and Julius Caesar is still alive. Read morePublished 6 months ago by A reader
This book was good not great like some of his others. But anything by Saylor is good to me. I love this series!Published 8 months ago by Bev Davis
I am always entertained when I read a Steven Saylor novel. I also gain a greater appreciation for ancient Roman history as well.Published 12 months ago by Charles Banks
If your are addicted to the Sub Rosa series buy it. I think this story is the logical place to end the series.Published 13 months ago by Sean Turlough
This book is not up to the Roma Sub Rosa standard. I was bored.Published 18 months ago by Randi Stenstrop
I like the genre and the author. This one doesn't flow as smoothly as other Saylor books I've read, but I still will come back for more, but The Finder is getting up in years. Read morePublished 19 months ago by jferguson