Publish date: September 19th 2006
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Asian Literature
, Indonesian Literature
Series: Cicero (#1)
Synopsis: Tiro, Cicero's slave, recounts his master's political career, starting with his case against Verres and ending with his being elected consul... Review: I first encountered Marcus Tullius Cicero when translating his speeches against Verres and Catilina and later on his philosophical entre...
The tag to this novel is what would Cierco do. It’s not bad, and I think listening to it was the better choice for me.
Historical fiction writers are cursed. They are not Robert Graves.Nonetheless, this is an entertaining attempt with a provoking figure as the main focus to visit Ancient Republican Rome. The book deals with the fascinating life of the political animal and great thinker, Marcus Tullius Cicero. This...
Once again, Robert Harris picks you up in his time machine to enjoy, in this case, Rome c.70 BC
Very enjoyable historical fiction from Harris. Delighted to reach the authors note and read his sources,plenty of ideas for more reading on Cicero and Atticus. Hugely recommend this.
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