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3.0 out of 5 stars its not a bad book good background history occasinal major jarring slip up's, 1 Aug. 2013
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This review is from: ROME ENDURES (DEFENDERS OF ROME Book 3) (Kindle Edition)
Far to much use of full names titles and honorifics and long boasting sentances on the mighty fantastic men of rome

you begin to forgot who is who and eventually stop caring, its a good story spoiled by very obviouse slip ups and to many honorifics
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Initial post: 9 Aug 2013 21:06:12 BDT
Last edited by the author on 9 Aug 2013 21:07:19 BDT
If you were a professional and a master of arms in a culture with relatively few names, you would use the honorifics which were earned. Many of the names were shortened considerably; they belonged to real Roman soldiers who did their duties. If you trained as I did, until wooden-hafted tools snapped in your hands and steel bent and also until you were considered a master of arms and silence spread among competitors and spectators alike as you performed, you might better understand the discipline possible.
Respectfully,
William T. Harper, Ph. D.+

Posted on 14 Sep 2013 12:33:14 BDT
Last edited by the author on 14 Sep 2013 12:34:48 BDT
Before you criticise another, I would suggest you learn to write English. In your very brief review you spell occasional, forget and sentences incorrectly, you also do not punctuate. I would certainly recommend ignoring such a critic.
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