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Invictus (Eagles of the Empire 15) Paperback – 6 Apr 2017
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Praise for Simon Scarrow : 'I really don't need this kind of competition... It's a great read' (Bernard Cornwell)
Scarrow's [novels] rank with the best (Independent)
[Simon Scarrow] blends together historical facts and characters to create a book that simply cannot be put down... Highly recommended (Historical Novels Review)
'A satisfyingly bloodthirsty, bawdy romp...perfect for Bernard Cornwell addicts who will relish its historical detail and fast-paced action. Storming stuff' (Good Book Guide)
Rollicking good fun (Mail on Sunday)
The Sunday Times bestseller. A gripping novel of the Roman army in the 1st century AD, moving from dangerous Rome to rebellious Hispania. An Eagles of the Empire novel from No.1 bestselling Simon Scarrow, author of CENTURION.
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murdered and Nero is emperor, similarly Narcissus has been replaced by Pallas. I enjoyed this story very much and hope to find out if the Vitellius here is the same one that became emperor, briefly, after Nero. Hopefully that remains to be seen.
It's exciting read and keeps me gripped from the first page til the last
I've read all these books, and can't wait for the next one!
My only niggle with this latest edition is that sections of the plot remain unresolved and the book does not stand alone as the the previous books do. The last line of the the book should be " wait for the next exciting episode of Cato and Macros adventures in Rome".
Also the main characters are gradually being modernised with 21st century attitudes to things like slavery and punishment. This seems a shame when Simon Scarrow otherwise puts so much effort into historical accuracy.
Having said all that I very much look forward to the next adventure.
I have read all of Simon Sorrows novels going back to his very first, under the eagle, and have loved every one of them. This one I found did not hit the mark, but I will still be buying the next instalment.
Story zipped at a good pace, the battle was written authentically, and the change of tide in the battle was expected but even so well received...
More please... And hopefully some Pallas and Vitelius engagements... Love the limit d interaction of Pallas at this stage of the series..