Wounds of Honour: Empire I - Empire series (Paperback)
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Wounds of Honour: Empire I - Empire series (Paperback)

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Paperback 416 Pages / Published: 04/03/2010
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'A master of the genre' The Times

Marcus Valerius Aquila has scarcely landed in Britannia when he has to run for his life - condemned to dishonorable death by power-crazed emperor Commodus. The plan is to take a new name, serve in an obscure regiment on Hadrian's Wall and lie low until he can hope for justice. Then a rebel army sweeps down from the wastes north of the Wall, and Marcus has to prove he's hard enough to lead a century in the front line of a brutal, violent war.

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton
ISBN: 9780340920329
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 300 g
Dimensions: 200 x 149 x 27 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
This is fast-paced and gripping "read-through-the-night" fiction, with marvellous characters and occasional moments of dark humour. Some authors are better historians than they are storytellers. Anthony Riches is brilliant at both. * Conn Iggulden *
A damn fine read . . . fast-paced, action-packed. * Ben Kane *
Stands head and shoulders above a crowded field . . . . real, live characters act out their battles on the northern borders with an accuracy of detail and depth of raw emotion that is a rare combination. * Manda Scott *
His plots bristle with emotion, realism and electrifying tensions, his multi-layered characters open doors onto the fascinating everyday life of the Roman army and the sense of adventure that underpins the whole series makes each book a fresh source of excitement and enjoyment. Riches knows his stuff and boy does it show . . . While Marcus, his cohorts and the Empire series grow in stature, readers await the next instalment of this challenging and entertaining tour-de-force with a sense of heightened anticipation . . . and armed, of course, with the confidence that once again the 'master of Rome' will not disappoint. * Lancashire Evening Post *

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“Wounds of Honour: 1”

Wounds of Honour by Anthony RichesAfter a very long school summer holidays with two fed up kids I was dying to get engrossed in a fine piece of historial story telling. So I picked up the first book in Anthony Riches... More

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“Wounds of Honour: 1”

I found this to be an absolutely riveting read and the main character Marcus developed wonderfully along the way from starting out as a soft aristocrat to becoming a heroic soldier.The auxiliary soldiers were... More

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“Wounds of Honour: 1”

An enjoyable yarn set in Roman Britain in the area around Hadrians Wall. The first novel of the author and the first in a planned trilogy makes a promising start but I couldn'r help feel that something was... More

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