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on 24 January 2012
Robert Fabbri's first book last year, Vespasian: Tribune of Rome was without doubt one of the novels that I enjoyed the most last year. The Crossroads Brotherhood is a prequel to that story which is touched upon in the debut book and revolves around life on the streets of Rome, which proves to be a fascinating insight, well researched and authentic in the telling. It's a short story but easily worth the few pounds it can be purchased for on Kindle.

Robert Fabbri is quickly establishing himself as a great story teller, who so smoothly allows the reader to picture the environment he discusses in his books. For anyone interested in this era, I would highly recommend his books, I for one can't wait for the sequel to Vespasian: Tribune of Rome, a fantastic story that mirrors history and the life of one of Rome's greatest personalities.
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