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Author:
Ben Kane
ISBN13:
978-1250002587
ISBN:
1250002583
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Publisher:
St. Martin's Griffin (January 3, 2012)
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Genre Fiction
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Rating:
4.2
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I found the previous novel about the Forgotten Legion much better than this follow-up novel. The evolution of Romulus is profound and satisfying. However, Fabiola's character just leave a lot to be desired.

I found the previous novel about the Forgotten Legion much better than this follow-up novel. Firstly, I found I did not like the female character; she make stupid decisions that made me lost interest in what happen to her. So I found her part of the book boring and finally just skipped over that part of the story. The primary male character's story is good until he starts to be a "superman"; doing things that were just unbelievable and unlikely.

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The Road to Rome book. This third book in the Forgotten Legion series covers Fabiola's deep hatred of Julius Caesar and her conviction that he is their natural father. Fabiola is driven by the desire for revenge. She makes alliances and takes on "clients" towards this end.

The Forgotten Legion. Several were crippled but proud veterans of the legions, the invincible army which had provided the Republic's wealth and status. They wore tattered remnants of uniform – mail shirts more rust than rings of iron, brown tunics held together by patches. For a copper coin they would recount their martial stories – the blood shed, limbs lost, comrades buried in foreign lands.

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Download Free Novel:The Road to Rome: A Forgotten Legion Chronicle - Free epub, mobi, pdf ebooks download, ebook torrents download. Ben Kane, "The Road to Rome: A Forgotten Legion Chronicle" Publisher: Preface 2010 ISBN 1848090145 PDF 416 pages 2 MB. The third novel in The Forgotten Legion trilogy takes the main protagonists from North Africa back to Rome in the build-up to the assassination of Julius Caesar. Having survived the perils of a journey across half the world, Romulus and Tarquinius are -ganged into the legions, which are under imminent threat of annihilation by the Egyptians.

Your changes has been saved. Chronicle Legion – The Road of Conquest. We also have bad asses of an enemy like lion heart and edward the black prince, theres also the founder of the empire of rome hahaha <

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The Forgotten Legion Chronicles (Volume 3) Ben Kane St. Martin's Press. BEN KANE is the bestselling author of The Forgotten Legion trilogy as well as Spartacus: The Gladiator, a top-three bestseller on the London Sunday Times. A lifelong student of military history, Kane has traveled widely, visiting more than sixty countries on seven continents. He currently lives with his family in North Somerset, England.

And they need to read The Forgotten Legion trilogy. I think that speaks very highly of the strong, well-defined characters and thoroughly involving story Ben has created

And they need to read The Forgotten Legion trilogy. If ever there was a book you didn't want to end, it's this one. If ever there was a series you didn't want to end, it is The Forgotten Legion trilogy. I think that speaks very highly of the strong, well-defined characters and thoroughly involving story Ben has created. I really did feel like I had just finished - the characters were so immediately fresh and vital again, rather than it being a year or so since I read The Silver Eagle.

In 48 B.C., having survived a disastrous campaign in Pythia as part of the Forgotten Legion and spent years fighting their way back to Rome, Romulus and Tarquinius have finally made it as far as Alexandria. On arrival, though, they find themselves in the midst of the Roman Civil War, are press-ganged into Caesar's thinning legions and greatly outnumbered and fighting for their lives against the Egyptian army. Meanwhile in Rome, Romulus' twin sister Fabiola, having caught only a glimpse of her long-missing twin before being forced to flee Egypt for Rome, lives in fear for her life, loved by Brutus, but wooed by Marcus Antonius, his deadly enemy.

From the battlefields of Asia Minor and North Africa, to the lawless streets of Rome and the gladiator arena, they all face death and danger daily, until 44 B.C. when their individual roads all lead them to Rome where the future of the republic lies unexpectedly in their hands.

  • I was really excited for the final book to come out and curios to see how the author would end the trilogy. Romulus being in the other end of the world with many obstacles to over come while his sister fabiola having her own problems to deal with such as finding the right people to join her plot to assassinate the dictator Ceaser. My view, I felt like the author just wanted to get this book over with so he can start a new series of books. there were to many coincidence for some of the events that took part which I wont go in details. The Twin's reunion was very brief, which should have been the biggest part of the book. I mean come on, this guy was thinking about getting back with his sister 80 percent of the time, especially when he was facing death. all in all I was disappointed with the book, not the whole trilogy.

    but hey don't take my word for it, some people probably like the fast pacing read and don't worry too much on detailed part.

  • I found the previous novel about the Forgotten Legion much better than this follow-up novel. Firstly, I found I did not like the female character; she make stupid decisions that made me lost interest in what happen to her. So I found her part of the book boring and finally just skipped over that part of the story. The primary male character's story is good until he starts to be a "superman"; doing things that were just unbelievable and unlikely. The story of the secondary male character is also kind of uninteresting and does not add to the novel.

  • Eciting read and a real page turner. This was a book I could not put down. Every time I got to the end of a chapter, I found myself making compromises with myself to read just one more. Ben Kane has really captured the spirit of Rome and takes you through the streets with a story that makes you feel like you are there. I love Kane's writing style of basing his fictional story on factual researched settings. Even the plot is loosly based on recorded events. This is the exciting conclusion to the "Forgotten Legion" Trillogy and will not leave you dissapointed. Except for that fact that there is not a fourth book to read.

  • The book and story line kept my interest. The story is about Roman times and war, there is going to be sex and violence. I thought it was going to be more about the forgotten legion and not about some individuals who for a time were a part of the forgotten legion.

  • I really enjoyed this final installment of the Forgotten Legions Chronicles. The evolution of Romulus is profound and satisfying. However, Fabiola's character just leave a lot to be desired. She remains stagnant. I would have liked to see her develop more. Tarquinius does not disappoint. Overall, pretty good book.

  • A very fast and exciting book looking for ward to more events by this author.

  • Not disappointed

  • This being the third book in this series, it gave a fitting conclusion to the adventures of Romulus and Fabiola.