Gods & Legions: A Novel of the Roman Empire Paperback – 21 Nov 2002
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The scholarship seems secure and the pace is never-slacking. The characterisation is entirely vivid and sustained. I found it hard to put this book down (and blame it for my missing a plane, so engrossed was I when I should have been thinking of other things)
I now can't wait to read the Ten Thousand, Curtis Ford's novel of Ancient Greece, just ordered. It only has to be half as good for me to need to take a few days holiday to submerse myself in its pages.
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This is one of those I accidently tripped over while in Walmart. One of those "just for the heck of it" purchases. Since then I've read all his other books and am now frustrated wondering why he hasn't written any other books. He's right there with Steven Pressfield as far as I'm concerned.