Hadrians Wall

Hadrians Wall A Fusion Of Steven Pressfield S Gates Of Fire And The Movie Braveheart A Novel Of Ancient Warfare, Lethal Politics, And The Final Great Clash Of Roman And Celtic Culture.For Three Centuries, The Stone Barrier We Know As Hadrian S Wall Shielded Roman Britain From The Unconquered Barbarians Of The Island S Northern Highlands But When Valeria, A Senator S Daughter, Is Sent To The Wall For An Arranged Marriage To An Aristocratic Officer In 367 AD, Her Journey Unleashes Jealousy, Passion And Epic War Valeria S New Husband, Marcus, Has Supplanted The Brutally Efficient Veteran Soldier Galba As Commander Of The Famed Petriana Cavalry Yet Galba Insists On Escorting The Bride To Be On Her Journey To The Wall Is He Submitting To Duty Or Plotting Revenge And What Is The Mysterious Past Of The Handsome Barbarian Chieftain Arden Caratacus, Who Springs From Ambush And Who Seems To Know So Much Of Hated Rome As Sharp As The Edge Of A Spatha Sword And As Piercing As A Celtic Arrow, Hadrian S Wall Evokes A Lost World Of Roman Ideals And Barbaric Romanticism.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • Hadrians Wall
  • William Dietrich
  • English
  • 07 December 2017
  • 0060563729

10 thoughts on “Hadrians Wall

  1. says:

    I love this historical period but this book fell way short of my expectations To be honest, I didn t like rating this Roman book lower than most others I ve rated but I felt there was enough justification Inspector Agens in Rebus Draco from Rome is tasked to find out the circumstances of the disappearance of a Senator s daughter who has married the praefectus legate of the Petrianis cavalry fortress and also why a horde of barbarians have attacked Hadrian s Wall recently The latter is t I love this historical period but this book fell way short of my expectations To be honest, I didn t like rating this Roman book lower than most others I ve rated but I felt there was enough justification Inspector Agens in Rebus Draco from Rome is tasked to find out the circumstances of the disappearance of a Senator s daughter who has married the praefectus legate of the Petrianis cavalry fortress and also why a horde of barbarians have attacked Hadrian s Wall recently The latter is the author s explanation for the Barbarian Conspiracy The whole story consists of Draco s interviews with various players in the story, interspersed with his musings on what he is told, his speculations, and the actual plot I best liked the presentation ...

  2. says:

    First time reading a book by this author Really enjoyed his writing He did a great job on portraying what Roman Britain, and the Roman Empire might have been like and brought it alive for me His descriptions of the surroundings, the character s motivations, and the battles were very vivid and not rambling I also loved the device of using a Roman ins...

  3. says:

    This book really helped Hadrian s Wall come alive for me I d heard of the wall and seen picture of the ruins, but never really thought about the people who lived by the wall Dietrich does a good job of describing the characters and their motivations I really enjoyed that the Inspector never met the main character, Valeria, and that he had to piece together what happened from people s biased memories and views The negative points are that plot is easily guessed at some parts and the character This book really helped Hadrian s Wall come alive for me I d heard of the wall and seen picture of the ruins, but never really thought about the people who lived by the wall Dietrich does a good job of describing the characters and their motivations I really enjoyed that the Inspector never met the main character, Valeri...

  4. says:

    Hadrian s Wall has long fascinated me, especially after I found out that it was an inspiration for the Wall in George Martin s A Song of Ice and Fire It seemed to me a majestic wall, the thought of which gave me shivers of excitement and a bit of fear That is why I decided to pick up this book as soon as I saw it I really liked the way the story is told from the points of view of several people interviewed by an inspector and i really liked the endig the idea of receiving the freedom on Hadrian s Wall has long fascinated me, especially after I found out that it was an inspiration for the Wall in George Martin s A Song of Ice and Fire It seemed to me a majestic wall, the thought of which gave me shivers of excitement and a bit of fear That is why I decided to pick up this book as soon...

  5. says:

    I was interested in this novel because I have always found Hadrian s Wall in England very intriguing He was the same Roman emperor that built Hadrian s Villa outside Rome that I visited when I was 17 He was a very ambitious emperor and builder This book gives insight into England in the first century There is discussion of Christianity, Paganism, an...

  6. says:

    This is a book of historical fiction and I love to get my history this way This is about the wall the Roman Emperor Hadrian about 150 AD had built to separate the part of the British Isles he had conquered from the wild Celts Scotland The Celts were relentlessly fierce and independent and their land not worth bothering with, but the Romans needed to protect themselves from them and their sporatic raids into Roman territory This is also a story about a young Roman wife that gets taken by th This is a book of historical fiction and I love to get my history this way This is about the wall the Roman Emperor Hadrian about 150 AD had built to separate the part of the British Isles he had conquered from the wild Celts Scotland The Celts were relentlessly fierce and independent and their land not worth bothering with, but the Romans needed to protect themselves from them and their sporatic raids into Roman territory This is also a story about a young Roman wife that gets taken...

  7. says:

    Historical fiction of 300 AD concerning the confrontations that occur when a border separates two totally contrasting societies that of Ancient Rome and the Celtric region of Britain It predates King Arthur legends and in a way sets the stage for this well loved lore.I am h...

  8. says:

    I finished re reading this book, and was astounded to discover that it was exactly as I remembered it a mix of good historical fiction set in Roman Britain and highly speculative junk lit Interestingly enough, the Romans are n...

  9. says:

    4,5 Pocetak kraja starog i trulog Rimskog carstva, sumrak rimske mitologije i zora hriscanstva Oko cetvrtog veka nove ere, meni totalno nepoznato istorijsko razdoblje Prica o ratu i ljubavi Lepo epsko putovanje u daleku proslost.

  10. says:

    A really slow read that was surprisingly romancy.

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