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TimeRiders: The Mayan Prophecy (Book 8)
TimeRiders: The Mayan Prophecy (Book 8)
by Alex Scarrow
Edition: Paperback
Price: £6.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Just fantastic, 10 Aug. 2013
If this book was written back in the 1800, I'd think of Jules Verne.
It really astonished me. If I ever saw a natural writer, that was Alex Scarrow.
Just fantastic reading

Praetorian (Roman Legion II)
Praetorian (Roman Legion II)
by Simon Scarrow
Edition: Hardcover

25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars AWESOME, 10 Nov. 2011
I have to admit it.I don't know if to be happy or sad.It took me just the first afternoon and evening i managed to be undisturbed, to end it up and i feel now as if i ran for it all the time.The book this time is so fast-paced and hooking that i have to protest Mr Scarrow,next time do something more boring please,a thing which can last a week at least
It struck me how the style of the narration this time was completely different and unexpected and nonetheless even more exciting than the past if possible.It's a more devious plotting story than i could have ever imagined.I stopped the reading many times just trying to understand how the plot could probably evolve,and i dare say no one will come up with "i got it at once".Really really a wonderful book.a sort of James Bond in nailed boots with the Liberators as the SPECTRE lurking at every corner.The part on the cloaca maxima or Great sewer as you prefer,is so vivid that it looked like playing at assassin creed brotherhood.I lived for some hours into the story,completely plunged into the story.I thought Legion was the peak of Simon Scaorrow.I was wrong.A beautiful diversion on the world of spy-stories without losing nothing about realism and the old good fightings.And a new Cato this time.Unexpected and tougher.My genuine compliments.

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