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The Serpent and the Slave: Volume 2 (Chronicles of Britannia) Paperback – 19 Apr 2012
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About the Author
Scott was born in Romford, Essex in 1956. His writing career was kick-started after he won first prize in the Sunday Express Short Story Competition. Scott divides his time between writing, IT contract work and drumming. He has recorded with internationally renowned rock band 'Jethro Tull' and appeared in concert with 70's popsters 'Mungo Jerry'. Scott has recently published his third and fourth novels, the first an adult crime thriller entitled 'Black December', and the second an historical novel set in Roman Britain in 367AD entitled 'The Serpent and the Slave'. Scott lives in Berkshire with his wife, Katherine, his two youngest children (Tom, 14 and Emily, 13) and a Cocker Spaniel named Archie. He is a committed Christian (Scott, not Archie) and is actively involved in his local church in Reading. Scott was long listed for the Times/Chicken House Children's Novel Competition for 'The Ley Lines of Lushbury' and won the Sunday Express Short Story Competition a few years back for his historical entry set in the English Civil War. 'The Trespass' is an Amazon top 20 Bestseller.
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The battle scenes are as imaginative as Hunters best and the leaner, fitter Fronto is a better role' model for all us "old horses". Not so much a romp as an incursion...very entertaining.
telling about the inside workings of the Roman camps and how they won the battles over the britons. Ireally enjoyed this book an would recommend it to people in the same mind,when looking for Roman life books, Iam looking forward to the next one in the series. D Bowen.
There is plenty of action and plenty of " saved at the last moment " lucky happenings.
I am sorry to say that I have read better books than this.