Romes Executioner PDF/EPUB Þ Hardcover

Romes Executioner PDF/EPUB Þ Hardcover


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  • Hardcover
  • 368 pages
  • Romes Executioner (Vespasian, #2)
  • Robert Fabbri
  • English
  • 21 September 2019
  • 1848879121

10 thoughts on “Romes Executioner (Vespasian, #2)

  1. Andy Andy says:

    Less Legionnaire fighting in this onepoliticking which was a little hard to fathom in the early exchanges as is oft the way with Roman politics as the experienced campaigners play the long game it all works through in the end is still a decent enough adventure tale after the opening skirmishes as it cen...


  2. Mr. Matt Mr. Matt says:

    Rome s Executioner continues the story of the young early twenties Vespasian It also continues the great cloak and dagger, life and death struggle between Sejanus, and Antonia With the Emperor Tiberius aging and increasingly disinterested in the business of running the Empire, Sejanus, the ambitious prefect of the Praetorian Guard, is moving in the shadows to make himself Emperor Antonia, t...


  3. Lance McMurchy Lance McMurchy says:

    This is one of those books that is brilliant in some places and very ordinary in others What do I mean by this there was some places where there were so many ideas being thrown around with people I knew nothing about that just left me befuddled while at other times, the prose and character interaction was just wonderful Such befuddlement was when Antonia had those meetings to discuss those involved in the conspiracy against the emperor, they were just painful At one time I remember saying t This is one of those books that is brilliant in some places and very ordinary in others What do I mean by this there was some places where there were so many ideas being thrown around with people I knew nothing about that just left me befudd...


  4. Speesh Speesh says:

    There s action a plenty in Rome s Executioner Vespasian II , on and off the pitch Ranging from the outskirts of the Roman empire in Dacia in AD 30, to the very centre of power and those who hold it or want it, in the eternal city itself From full on combat at the point of a sword to daggers in the back in the dark of Roman side streets and back alleys All in all, just what you want to find in a book set in Roman times However the good sort what elevates this one above the most of it There s action a plenty in Rome s Executioner Vespasian II , on and off the pitch Ranging from the outskirts of the Roman ...


  5. Deborah Pickstone Deborah Pickstone says:

    This series really is excellent Fast moving, inventive and historically good I just hope the author can write very fast


  6. Paul Bennett Paul Bennett says:

    I must confess that when I read Tribune of Rome, the first book in the series, it took a while for me to get enthused as the beginning seemed to go a little slow but once the story gained momentum it gained my attention The momentum carried over to volume two and this book had me from the start The main plot concerns Vespasian being sent on a seemingly impossible mission to capture a loathsome renegade Thracian priest who may or may not be the key in bringing down the terror ridden reign of A I must confess that when I read Tribune of Rome, the first book in the series, it took a while for me to get enthused as the beginning seemed to go a li...


  7. Beorn Beorn says:

    A good, well written instalment of Fabbri s Vespasian series Though, for me at least, this episode doesn t feel quite as memorable as the opener, though that may just as easily be because the level of action bloodshed drops dramatically to leave room for the political intrigue manoeuvres dealing with Sejanus and his followers.I guess that this suffers from the typical ills of a second instalment in a series in that rather than being focussed on giving the reader someone and somethin A good, well written instalment of Fabbri s Vespasian series Though, for me at least, this episode doesn t feel quite as memorable as the opener, though that may just as easily be because the level of action bloodshed drops dramatically to leave room for the political intrigue manoeuvres dealing with Sejanus and his followers.I guess that this suffers from the typical ills of a second instalment in a series in that rather than being focussed on giving the reader someone and something to immerse themselves or empathise with, it issimply a case of a continuation of what went on in the previous book, which can be disappointing unless you read the series directly in one go straight through.The colubrine political wranglings are a little hard to decipher at times though mercifully they become a little clearer as the action reaches around two thirds of the way through the book.Overall, well written and as accessible as the previous book, just far less memorable, adren...


  8. M.J. Webb M.J. Webb says:

    I really enjoyed the first in the series but thought this book a poor sequel Well written but lacking in excitement for me I ll still probably readthough and it was an okay read, just not a patch on book 1.


  9. Mary Mary says:

    I didn t realize it but I guess I started this series about one of Rome s good emperors with book 2 of the series However, the story, woven around the downfall of the infamous Praetorian Prefect Sejanus, stood on its own quite nicely There is no indication in history that Vespasian and his brother Sabinus conspired with the Lady Antonia, Tiberius sister in law, to overthrow Sejanus to protect the reign of Tiberius However, a successful conspiracy is one in which the participants remain ano I didn t realize it but I guess I started this series about one of Rome s good emperors with book 2 of the series However, the story, woven around the downfall of the infamous Praetorian Prefect Sejanus, stood on its own quite nicely There is no indic...


  10. Jasper Jasper says:

    Originally posted at s Executioner is the second book in the Vespasian series written by Robert Fabbri, just a short while ago I read Robert Fabbri s debut and the first book in the series Tribune of Rome I was immediately hooked into it, Tribune of Rome begins with an most interesting promise and all along the story you are really in for some good action and betrayal This first book offered a few glimpses in to the live of young Vespasian and I wa Originally posted at s Executioner is the second book in the Vespasian series written by Robert Fabbri, just a short while ago I read Robert Fabbri s debut and the first book in the series Tribune of Rome I was immediately hooked into it, Tribune of Rome begins with an most interesting promise and all along the story you are really in for some good action and betrayal This first book offered a few glimpses in to the live of young Vespasian and I was certainly quite eager to see how the beginning of his legendary story would continue The second book in the series starts off a few years after the events of the first book The focus is again on Vespasian and how he is navigating himself through a treacherous time in and out of R...


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Romes Executioner (Vespasian, #2) ➶ [Read] ➲ Romes Executioner (Vespasian, #2) By Robert Fabbri ➾ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Thracia, 30 AD Even After Four Years Military Service At The Edge Of The Roman World, Vespasian Can T Escape The Tumultuous Politics Of An Empire On The Brink Of Disintegration His Patrons In Rome Hav Thracia, AD Even After Four Years Military Service At The Edge Of The Roman World, Vespasian Can T Escape The Tumultuous Politics Of An Empire On The Brink Of Disintegration His Patrons In Rome Have Charged Him With The Clandestine Extraction Of An Old Enemy From A Fortress On The Banks Of The Danube Before It Falls To The Roman Legion Besieging It Vespasian S Mission Is The Key Move In A Deadly Struggle For The Right To Rule The Roman Empire The Man He Has Been Ordered To Seize Could Be The Witness That Will Destroy Sejanus, Commander Of The Praetorian Guard And Ruler Of The Empire In All But Name Before He Completes His Mission, Vespasian Will Face Ambush In Snowbound Mountains, Pirates On The High Seas, And Sejanus S Spies All Around Him But By Far The Greatest Danger Lies At The Rotten Heart Of The Empire, At The Nightmarish Court Of Tiberius, Emperor Of Rome And Debauched, Paranoid Madman.


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10 thoughts on “Romes Executioner (Vespasian, #2)

  1. Andy Andy says:

    Less Legionnaire fighting in this onepoliticking which was a little hard to fathom in the early exchanges as is oft the way with Roman politics as the experienced campaigners play the long game it all works through in the end is still a decent enough adventure tale after the opening skirmishes as it cen...

  2. Mr. Matt Mr. Matt says:

    Rome s Executioner continues the story of the young early twenties Vespasian It also continues the great cloak and dagger, life and death struggle between Sejanus, and Antonia With the Emperor Tiberius aging and increasingly disinterested in the business of running the Empire, Sejanus, the ambitious prefect of the Praetorian Guard, is moving in the shadows to make himself Emperor Antonia, t...

  3. Lance McMurchy Lance McMurchy says:

    This is one of those books that is brilliant in some places and very ordinary in others What do I mean by this there was some places where there were so many ideas being thrown around with people I knew nothing about that just left me befuddled while at other times, the prose and character interaction was just wonderful Such befuddlement was when Antonia had those meetings to discuss those involved in the conspiracy against the emperor, they were just painful At one time I remember saying t This is one of those books that is brilliant in some places and very ordinary in others What do I mean by this there was some places where there were so many ideas being thrown around with people I knew nothing about that just left me befudd...

  4. Speesh Speesh says:

    There s action a plenty in Rome s Executioner Vespasian II , on and off the pitch Ranging from the outskirts of the Roman empire in Dacia in AD 30, to the very centre of power and those who hold it or want it, in the eternal city itself From full on combat at the point of a sword to daggers in the back in the dark of Roman side streets and back alleys All in all, just what you want to find in a book set in Roman times However the good sort what elevates this one above the most of it There s action a plenty in Rome s Executioner Vespasian II , on and off the pitch Ranging from the outskirts of the Roman ...

  5. Deborah Pickstone Deborah Pickstone says:

    This series really is excellent Fast moving, inventive and historically good I just hope the author can write very fast

  6. Paul Bennett Paul Bennett says:

    I must confess that when I read Tribune of Rome, the first book in the series, it took a while for me to get enthused as the beginning seemed to go a little slow but once the story gained momentum it gained my attention The momentum carried over to volume two and this book had me from the start The main plot concerns Vespasian being sent on a seemingly impossible mission to capture a loathsome renegade Thracian priest who may or may not be the key in bringing down the terror ridden reign of A I must confess that when I read Tribune of Rome, the first book in the series, it took a while for me to get enthused as the beginning seemed to go a li...

  7. Beorn Beorn says:

    A good, well written instalment of Fabbri s Vespasian series Though, for me at least, this episode doesn t feel quite as memorable as the opener, though that may just as easily be because the level of action bloodshed drops dramatically to leave room for the political intrigue manoeuvres dealing with Sejanus and his followers.I guess that this suffers from the typical ills of a second instalment in a series in that rather than being focussed on giving the reader someone and somethin A good, well written instalment of Fabbri s Vespasian series Though, for me at least, this episode doesn t feel quite as memorable as the opener, though that may just as easily be because the level of action bloodshed drops dramatically to leave room for the political intrigue manoeuvres dealing with Sejanus and his followers.I guess that this suffers from the typical ills of a second instalment in a series in that rather than being focussed on giving the reader someone and something to immerse themselves or empathise with, it issimply a case of a continuation of what went on in the previous book, which can be disappointing unless you read the series directly in one go straight through.The colubrine political wranglings are a little hard to decipher at times though mercifully they become a little clearer as the action reaches around two thirds of the way through the book.Overall, well written and as accessible as the previous book, just far less memorable, adren...

  8. M.J. Webb M.J. Webb says:

    I really enjoyed the first in the series but thought this book a poor sequel Well written but lacking in excitement for me I ll still probably readthough and it was an okay read, just not a patch on book 1.

  9. Mary Mary says:

    I didn t realize it but I guess I started this series about one of Rome s good emperors with book 2 of the series However, the story, woven around the downfall of the infamous Praetorian Prefect Sejanus, stood on its own quite nicely There is no indication in history that Vespasian and his brother Sabinus conspired with the Lady Antonia, Tiberius sister in law, to overthrow Sejanus to protect the reign of Tiberius However, a successful conspiracy is one in which the participants remain ano I didn t realize it but I guess I started this series about one of Rome s good emperors with book 2 of the series However, the story, woven around the downfall of the infamous Praetorian Prefect Sejanus, stood on its own quite nicely There is no indic...

  10. Jasper Jasper says:

    Originally posted at s Executioner is the second book in the Vespasian series written by Robert Fabbri, just a short while ago I read Robert Fabbri s debut and the first book in the series Tribune of Rome I was immediately hooked into it, Tribune of Rome begins with an most interesting promise and all along the story you are really in for some good action and betrayal This first book offered a few glimpses in to the live of young Vespasian and I wa Originally posted at s Executioner is the second book in the Vespasian series written by Robert Fabbri, just a short while ago I read Robert Fabbri s debut and the first book in the series Tribune of Rome I was immediately hooked into it, Tribune of Rome begins with an most interesting promise and all along the story you are really in for some good action and betrayal This first book offered a few glimpses in to the live of young Vespasian and I was certainly quite eager to see how the beginning of his legendary story would continue The second book in the series starts off a few years after the events of the first book The focus is again on Vespasian and how he is navigating himself through a treacherous time in and out of R...

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