Warrior of Rome II: King of Kings (Hardback)
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Warrior of Rome II: King of Kings (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 09/07/2009

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AD 256 - the specter of treachery hangs ominously over the Roman Empire. The sparks of Christian fervor have spread through the empire like wildfire, and the imperium is alive with the machinations of dangerous and powerful men. All the while, Sassanid forces press forward relentlessly along the eastern frontier. The battle-bloodied general Ballista returns to the imperial court from the fallen city of Arete - only to find that there are those who would rather see him dead than alive. Ballista is soon caught in a sinister web of intrigue and religious fanaticism...his courage and loyalty will be put to the ultimate test in the service of Rome and the Emperor. The Warrior of Rome is back...

Publisher: Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN: 9780718153311
Weight: 685 g
Dimensions: 240 x 162 x 38 mm

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“A very enjoyable book”

This was a briliiant book. I recommend you buy the previous book Fires in the East, before you get this. This is a better the book of the 2.
As well as being a brilliant insight into roman history, it has a nice plot.... More

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“A brilliant historical novel”

This was a briliiant book. I recommend you buy the previous book Fires in the East, before you get this. This is a better the book of the 2.
As well as being a brilliant insight into roman history, it has a nice plot.... More

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“Great historical fiction or is it faction?”

As with all Sidebottoms's books, this one is well written and kept me hooked throughout. The descriptive style of this author is superb and with very little effort from the reader, has you there alongside the... More

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