Romes Fallen Eagle (Vespasian, #4)

Romes Fallen Eagle (Vespasian, #4) PDF Romes Fallen Eagle Vespasian, 4 Author Robert Fabbri Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Caligula Has Been Assassinated And The Praetorian Guard Have Proclaimed Claudius Emperor But His Position Is Precarious His Three Freedmen, Narcissus, Pallas And Callistus, Must Find A Way To Manufacture A Quick Victory For Claudius But How Pallas Has The Answer Retrieve The Eagle Of The Seventeenth, Lost In Germania Nearly 40 Years Before Who But Vespasian Could Lead A Dangerous Mission Into The Gloomy Forests Of Germania Accompanied By A Small Band Of Cavalry, Vespasian And His Brother Try To Pick Up The Trail Of The Eagle But They Are Tailed By Hunters Who Pick Off Men Each Night And Leave The Corpses In Their Path Someone Is Determined To Sabotage Vespasian S Mission In Search Of The Eagle And The Truth, Pursued By Barbarians, Vespasian Will Battle His Way To The Shores Of Britannia Yet Can He Escape His Own Emperor S Wrath

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  • Hardcover
  • 384 pages
  • Romes Fallen Eagle (Vespasian, #4)
  • Robert Fabbri
  • English
  • 14 March 2018

10 thoughts on “Romes Fallen Eagle (Vespasian, #4)

  1. says:

    With Caligula assassinated by a cabal of Senators and Praetorians, the despised Greek freedman Narcissus places the crippled Claudius on the seat of power Fortunately for Narcissus and his allies, the Praetorian Guard is quick to back Claudius They understand that their own power and privilege comes from having an Emperor and what is better than a weak willed, very pliable Emperor Of course, the Empire isthan the Senate and the city Will the far flung legions rally to the new, less t With Caligula assassinated by a cabal of Senators and Praetorians, the despised Greek freedman Narcissus places the crippled Claudius on the seat of power Fortunately for Narcissus and his allies, the Praetorian Guard is quick to back Claudius They understand that their own power and privilege comes from having an Emperor and what is better than a weak willed, very pliable Emperor Of course, the Empire isthan the Senate and the city Will the far flung legi...

  2. says:

    Quite a nice read and I will definitely continue to follow up with this series What I am starting to like a bit less is the fact that Vespasian always seems to be in the middle of the action even when it is obviously unnecessary which is a bit implausible for a legatus Especially since the book likes to make the impression that it was normal The book includes some engaging moments, but it cannot compare to the many other books describing the invasion of Britain The three stars might be a Quite a nice read and I will definite...

  3. says:

    I ve enjoyed this whole Vespasian series but without doubt Rome s Fallen Eagle is the best and that is no mean feat The hunt for lost Roman eagles in the forests of Germania, the invasion of Britannia both events are brilliantly brought to life in a novel packed full of action, in...

  4. says:

    What a relief to be done with Caligula Not just for Vespasian and the rest of the Roman population of AD41, but also for us in 2015 reading Robert Fabbri s excellent books In the nicest possible sense, it is good that Caligula has met his just desserts He cast a terrible, malignant shadow over the previous book, False God of Rome His unpredictability and not all that slow descent into madness, was fantastic writing from Robert Fabbri, but hard to stomach sometimes That made it s impressio What a relief to be done with Caligula Not just for Vespasian and the rest of the Roman population of AD41, but also for us in 2015 reading Robert Fabbri s excellent books In the nicest possible sense, it is good that Caligula has met his just desserts He cast a terrible, malignant shadow over the previous book, False God of Rome His unpredictability...

  5. says:

    Vivid descriptions, as with its predecessor Tribune of Rome, mark this fourth in the series on Vespasian which starts with Caligula s assassination and then takes Vespasian to the Rhine to recover one of Varus lost Eagles and finally to the invasion of Britain with Roman political duplicity following him all the way The battle descriptions and detail of the landscapes are superbly done characters are fully fleshed particularly Plautius, the leader of the invasion, although dialogue is a littl Vivid descriptions, as with its predecessor Tribune of Rome, mark this fourth in the series on Vespasian which starts with Caligula s assassination and then takes Vespasian to the Rhine to recover one of Varus lost Eagles and finally to the invasion of Britain with Roman political duplicity following him all the way The battle descriptions and detail of the landscapes are superbly done characters are fully f...

  6. says:

    I ll be the first to admit that I ended up not reading Part II of this book I give the author credit at his evident skill in writing battle scenes, but they ve become pretty perfunctory at this point We all know that Vespasian dies at home in the imperial palace in 79 A.D., so there really isn t any urgency to the battles On the flipside while I continue to object to the characterization of Vespasian s relationships with his wife and his mistress , the intrigue in Ancient Rome in this book w I ll be the first to admit that I ended up not reading Part II of this book I give the author credit at his evident skill in writing battle scenes, but they ve become pretty perfunctory at this point We all know that Vespasian dies at home in the imperial palace in 79 A.D., so there really isn t any urgency ...

  7. says:

    Enthralling readThis has thus far been the best of the set in my opinion The adventures of Vespasian is captivating and description of life in that period is quite interesting Its an enthralling read.

  8. says:

    This is a slightly disappointing book for me as it s a tale of two parts less two halves,70 30.The title is remarkably misleading as the part of the story dealing with the recovery of the XVII Legion s Eagle standard, lost during the disaster in the Teutoberg Forest, only takes up around the first third of the book The rest, especially the second half, is muchconcerned with the invasion conquest of Britannia of which Vespasian was historically a part of.What disappoints me This is a slightly disappointing book for me as it s a tale of two parts less two halves,70 30.The title is remarkably misleading as the part of the story dealing with the recovery of the XVII Legion s Eagle standard, lost during the disaster in the Teutoberg Forest, only takes up around the first third of the book The rest, especially the second half, is muchconcerned with the invasion conquest of Britannia of which Vespasian was historically a part of.What disappoints me about the book is that the early chapters vividly elucidates just how internecine, backstabbing and rife with hubris Roman politics The notable quality of the writing continues through the quest of Vespasian, and his brother Sabinus, into the dark wilds of Germania Magn...

  9. says:

    ReviewFor those that have not heard of them, there is a group called the HWA Historical Writers Association It is made up of many of the finest writers in the Historical Fiction genre Robert Fabbri is one of these splendid authors.For the last 12 months I have been convinced that this group of authors is having an impact on its self, a positive impact I don t think its an overt impact, I just think that personalities, the discussions, the exchange of thoughts and ideas is impacting the sty Re...

  10. says:

    Loved gettinginto the history and politics of 1st Century Rome following Vespasian, his brother and their legions The conquering of Britain is the second half of the book which I enjoyedsome good fight scenes and it was interesting to find outabout what Britons were up to at that point in history

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