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5.0 out of 5 stars Well Written and Well Researched, 30 May 2007
J. Chippindale (England) - See all my reviews
This review is from: Dreaming the Bull (Boudica Trilogy) (Hardcover)
I enjoyed this book tremendously, even better than the first one. Although Manda Scott does not stick to the conventional historical facts of Boudica the book loses nothing in the telling.

The storyline flows beautiful without any lulls which is a credit to the authors story telling ability. Although the books is quite large (almost 600 pages), I read it in quite a short space of time. This is a good indication of how the story grips you.

I would not wish to spoil the plot in any way for the reader. Suffice to say that Breaca (the Boudica) is continuing her fight against the might of the Roman Legions in Britain, ably assisted by her husband Caradoc, a British war chieftain.

One particular Roman officer, Julius Valerius is a thorn in their side. He is becoming increasingly renowned for his fighting prowess and his brutality against the British. However he is not all he seems to be. He holds a terrible secret that will affect the lives of all of them.

To tell any more would spoil the book for all potential readers.
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