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Soldier of Rome: The Centurion: Book Four of the Artorian Chronicles: Volume 4 Paperback – 5 May 2012

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  • Paperback: 308 pages
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (5 May 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 147524231X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1475242317
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 2 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 690,940 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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This is the 4th books in this series, it seems the writer (James Mace) got lost, in delivering a book to the same standard of the other 3 books. Just enough to maintain an interest to read the book to the end, which of cause leaves you wondering how he will fair in the land of Egypt in book 5.... all in all I did enjoy the read and I hope the next book will have a bit more about it, it had a few funny bits, touching moments and a good battle sequence. Would I recommend it?..........only if you have read the other 3
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I have now read and thoroughly enjoyed all four parts of the Artorian chronicles. Characters are well-drawn, and resonate with an ex Armed Forces veteran like me. Research into the Roman army is clearly detailed, and the story line is compelling, and strongly based in historical events of the time. There are two 'niggles' which sadly bar these novels from what would otherwise be unreserved 5 star status. I say 'sadly', because these faults could so easily have been remedied by a combination of effective proof-reading and sympathetic editing. First - spelling mistakes and typos abound. Please sort it - it becomes irritating, and detracts from a great story. Secondly, don't using jarringly inappropriate modern, vernacular language in a novel of this nature. I'm not saying it should be written in vulgate Latin, but 'OK', 'guys',and even a use of the word 'savvy' in what purported to be a formal, written valediction, recommending Artorius for promotion?!... to name but a few. Sorry, but it really jars. Great story though, and I'm glad I read it.
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I really enjoyed the earlier novels but this I thought was the best so far, the characters have grown and have more depth, the action doesn't stop from start to finish. If you like historical fiction with lots of blood and guts then look no further. Can't wait for the next one............
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Sergeant First Class Mace Features on the Cover Illustration as Centurion Artorius - And like his re-enactment Uniform this fourth offering in the series continues to be as accurate as possible, yet still entertaining.

Unlike his last offering this hit all the marks - a bit of intrigue and an excellent battle - with the scene then set for number five ( which I eagerly await ).

Once more the enthusiasm and attention to detail of the Author carry me past the F7 errors (which are getting fewer).
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i agree with some of the other reviewers . this book lost somthing as compared to the preceeding three books which were 5* i do however eagerly await SofR v. i hope egypt brings Artorious back top his usuall thundering form. Not as good as the earler books but worth a read IF you have read the 3 earler books
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A very good book full of action however I found it very long winded in the discription of buildings in the story line
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James Mace who is an author who I had not heard of. Try reading this and his other books - well worth it.
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A total waste of time - it is like reading a child's comic with extra words/language which are not recommended for the likes of anyone either under the age of sixteen or ladies! Although the writer says it is based on historical works, albeit many decades after the timeline, the Americanisms, poor grammar and atrocious spelling show it up as not being properly proofread before publication. In my opinion the writer is just cashing in on works by better authors for a fast buck!!
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