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Soldier of Rome: The Last Campaign: Book Six of the Artorian Chronicles: Volume 6 Paperback – 9 Nov 2013

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  • Paperback: 350 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (9 Nov. 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1492833347
  • ISBN-13: 978-1492833345
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2.2 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 577,764 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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A fine conclusion to this series about the Roman legions, covering the invasion of Britain in the name of Emperor Claudius. The organization and disposal of the army is covered in interesting detail, as is the political situation amongst the tribes. The battle scenes are, as always, exciting and gruesomely bloody. I have enjoyed the series.
Now the nerdy bit: there is an odd mixture of American and British English in a few places, and of metric and Imperial units of distance - Roman soldiers did not speak of metres, which had not been invented. I did wince at the number of sentences ending with prepositions, but this is a sign of my 1950s education, and is not necessarily wrong. Some thankfully rare spelling mistakes, which I can't be bothered to list, except for the constant annoying use of 'capitol' when he means 'capital'. Poor proof-reading is a hazard with these self-published books, but the flow is not much interrupted.
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The only major complaints about this book is that it's the last in the series of "The Artourian chronicals".
It's a shame that there was only one book for the invasion of Brittania.
On the whole a thouroghally enjoyable series.
Recommended read for all ages groups (12+)
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Interesting that the invasion of Britain was lead by a centurion! The author suggests that the legion was led by the leading centurion making decisions on behalf of the absent legate during the conquest of Britain seems implausible but made for interesting reading!
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The first book in this series was a bit slow to start. The following books in the series then built and built. Good referencing by James Mace. I am really into my Roman History and Rome's Legions and by the end of The Last Campaign was convinced James Mace knew his stuff.
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I have followed this series reading each book as soon as it was published, great story line from the start as a young man to the end as a vetern. All the different thems and battles were well detailed with the human elements assisting the story, sorry to see this one end.
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A grand tale of the Roman conquests and the life and times of Artorius and his friends and fellow soldiers. A shame that the tale ends here.
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I've now reached the end of Artorius career in the legions .
The opening to the book leaves you in suspense as to the final outcome
The books have been well worth the read as good as any series out there
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Recommend this series to readers of Roman Novel's. Shame that such series do have to end, and to think that I only read the first in series as a time filler, while I waited for more Riches and Scarrow to get their next novel's on the shelf.
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