De triomf van Caesar/ The Triumph of Caesar (Roma Sub Rosa, #12)
Publish date: 2009
Pages no: 256
Edition language: Dutch
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Mystery
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Roma Sub Rosa 1 (#12)
A disappointing entry - the final entry if you don't count the prequels - to the Gordianus the Finder series. The mystery in this novel was hardly anything, and it was finally "solved" in a lazy way in my opinion. I feel like Saylor was out of ideas and just wanted to tell the history of Caesar's ...
That's it?!?! There's no more?!?! Now what am I going to do? I had been putting off starting this novel knowing it is the final book in the Gordianus the Finder series. Well, I started it and now I'm finished with it. I feel slightly empty. I feel slightly disappointed. There were a few things the b...
Not terribly suspenseful but a pleasure to read if one is interested in ancient Rome. I keep waffling on who should play Gordianus--Ciaran Hinds? Alan Rickman? Malcolm McDowell?
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