Once in a while an author comes along and their story telling just clicks with you and you comfortably fall into their vision, writing and description of what they are conveying and before you know it, you've finished the book and are left wanting more. This happened with Robert Fabbri's first book about the enigmatic Vespasian and I must admit, I was worried that the second book wouldn't reach such high standards but my doubts were quickly dispelled.
The story has already been covered to some degree and I don't want to spoil it for you if you intend to read it but if you like or are interested in this genre, enjoy a real page turner with charismatic characters and an excellent storyline, I cannot recommend Robert Fabbri's books highly enough. They are fantastic, heart warming and mirror real events in history which demonstrates the research that has gone into the writing.
There are some superb historical authors out there at the moment and their books are highlights of the year(s) for me and I'm very grateful to add another to the list. Rome's Executioner is brilliant, authentic and different to other books/authors but is equally enjoyable. Great work Mr Fabbri, can I have another please?