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Marching With Caesar-Antony and Cleopatra: Part II-Cleopatra by [Peake, R.W.]
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  • File Size: 1411 KB
  • Print Length: 598 pages
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  • Publisher: R.W. Peake (2 April 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00C68XR3G
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 31 customer reviews
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As an avid reader of historical fiction particularly interested in Rome's Legions I have found every book in the series to date to be totally absorbing. An exciting and compelling read from first to last page. I would recommend this series to any one and everyone. R. W Peake is unrivalled in bringing The Roman Empire to life.
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Another great read from Mr Peake. I have thoroughly enjoyed all 4 of the marching with Caesar books and they are up there with Conn Igguldon's Emperor 'quadrology', which is just about the highest praise I can give for books about this era. Well written, fast paced and with enough action to satisfy lovers of all things martial. Igguldon is releasing a 5th in the series and I would like to think that Mr Peake will follow suit and continue the tale of Titus Pullus. MOOOOOORE PLEASE.
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Thoroughly enjoyed this book. RW succeeds in bringing to life, characters that we have all heard about at sometime in our lives. His portrayal of Cleopatra, is a far cry from the dry facts of history or the glamourous versions seen in the movies. Likewise with Mark Anthony. Being an ex soldier, I can certainly identify with the life of the common legionary, that he depicts in his books. It seems that little has changed in the last two thousand years(weaponry excepted!) for the ordinary soldier, from the camaraderie of units and inter unit rivalries, to the officers that lord it over the troops. This book has it all! Eagerly awaiting RWs next offering!
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The story of the life of the legio X continues as Pullo only advances through the Centuriate and the legions marches with Antony. The poor editing / proof reading ( undiscriminating sprinkling of spaces) detracts from the story hence four stars.
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Having read virtually everything on offer in the historical military fiction genre including Cornwell, Severin, Mace, Riches, Sidebottom, Jackson, Iggulden, Kane, Turney, Kristian, Cameron etc I was overjoyed to find a series of this quality that was, at that point, completely unknown to me. Peake's 'Marching with Caesar' series, with hopefully a fifth book to come, comfortably sits alongside the works of all of these authors. I'd compare it to S J A Turney's Marius' Mules series most closely.

Buy all 4 books and go on the march with Primus Pilus Titus Pullus and his 10th Legion for the weekend - you will not regret it.
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This was a fitting conclusion to a long campaign and yet leaves the door open to another interesting phase in Roman history. It is written with conviction and Peake didn't labour the politics of the time, keeping to the Legionary view of the events. It is fiction yet is largely believable fiction. I know some have commented that some of the more aggressive responses that the hero, Titus, makes to his superiors would not be tolerated in reality but I would disagree and say it is entirely within character of a senior officer to express his point of view to his General. There is one storyline which doesn't seem to fit with the rest, seemingly inspired by Steven Saylor but it is handled well and neatly ties up another loose end.
Peake's military past comes through in the scenes between the legionaries, writing plausibly about matters he obviously knows well. A great series and to be recommended for those who like the genre
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I've been following this series and have enjoyed every book (with a slight reservation about book 2). This is a great read. Again it has been well researched, has intrigue (I'm not going to give anything away!) and it had me thoroughly absorbed. I like the way the story includes sub plots, camp life, the thoughts of the soldiers of the 10th Legion. If you haven't read any of them then start with first in the series. I promise you a good read!

On a small downer I agree with other coments. There are no typos to speak of except for the fact that many words have no spaces between them. It might be a Kindle thing and one that should be easy to resolve for future readers. Even so it did not dictract from an excellent book. Encore! More!
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The story of Titus Pullus and his friends in the 10th Legion continues. We have more campaigns and conclude the Mark Anthony and Cleopatra saga in tandem with the rise of Octavian (Caesar Augustus).

I am not a reviewer that gets right into the detail and looks for any slight historical inaccuracies - Simply, this is the forth in the series of 6 - it appears - (I'm now reading the 5th) which carries on as before, well written, well researched and a thoroughly enjoyable read.
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