Hannibal: Enemy of Rome Hardcover – 9 Jun 2011
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"If you want a story that lives and breathes, characters that you genuinely care about and action that leaves you breathless, Ben Kane is your man ... You feel the ground tremble beneath the phalanxes, hear the battle cries of the legions, smell the carnage of war. You sense the sweeping tides of history that changed the world ... An epic tale, triumphantly told" (Giles Kristian, author of the RAVEN series)
"Any book that creates a hole in your life when it ends can only be a very good thing" (Bookbag)
The first in a brilliant new series set during the Second Punic War, from the bestselling author of THE FORGOTTEN LEGION ChroniclesSee all Product description
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Highly recommend this book or any book by this Author. Up to now I have read most of his books and I cannot find fault with any of them, all real gripping fiction that keeps you wanting to keep reading. The suspense is page by page and just when you think, you have got to a point to put it dopwn for another time, something happens that makes you want to keep on reading
time to try another of ben kanes books, well impressed with
the aforementioned. Although the title of the novel is
Hannibal, he doesn't actually come into the story un,till about a third of the way through, and then the character Hanno is the main focus. The story is good although a little slow at times it does pick up at the last quarter, i did find Hannibal enemy of Rome an interesting read, just not quite in the same league as the forgotten legion trilogy! '
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