Publish date: 2013
Pages no: 382
Edition language: Danish
Series: Emperor (#5)
Note: I originally requested this novel via Netgalley, but had technical issues that took a while to get a response from Netgalley in order to download the book. While waiting for the response, I also requested the audiobook via Audiobook Jukebox (thanks!). So, this review covers both as I listened ...
Right now, this is what I'm thinking to myself:WHY DID I NOT READ THIS SOONER?!?!Ladies and gentlemen, I may have just finished the best historical fiction I've ever read. Granted, this is not my favorite genre, and to be honest, I have not read a lot about it, but WOW. This book hooked me from begi...
It started off with an oomph that developed a slow pace and petered out.The scene of betrayal and the subsequent actions of those that murdered him was very well done. The only scene that topped it was Mark Anthony describing Brutus walk towards his victim in the final moments.Unfortunately I felt i...
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