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Steven Saylor
Birth date: March 23, 1956
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Book Thoughts rated it 2 months ago
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 ...
Tannat
Tannat rated it 11 months ago
Series: Roma Sub Rosa #1 I decided to finish this after all, but it wasn’t a very exciting read. I know I complained about that incident at the 35% mark, but that just made me want to take a break. Although it started out fun, the story itself just wasn’t very compelling. The solution to the myste...
Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 1 year ago
I found this adventure featuring Gordianus (he's not quite "the Finder" yet) a little weak compared to the previous two novels I read. I found parts of the novel to be brilliant and other parts to be on the boring side.My favorite character in this novel wasn't even human. Cheelba is a tame lion us...
A Scottish-Canadian Blethering On About Books
I have read "Roman Blood" (the first in Saylor's series) sometime in the distant past, so Gordianus the Finder and his (former slave) wife and adopted son were vaguely familiar to me, but it was nice to rediscover them.Enjoyed this mystery; I had the culprit picked out as "probable" fairly early on,...
It's a Mad Mad World
It's a Mad Mad World rated it 2 years ago
‘The Saylor hallmarks are meticulous recreation of Rome's grimy bustling streets and a brilliantly drawn cast of minor character’ - The Sunday Times WRATH OF THE FURIES STEVEN SAYLOR Published 3rd March 2016, Hardback, £18.99, Constable Gordianus the Finder returns in another thrilling mys...
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