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Posted July 27, 2014
I was not sure I was going to read this book as it was such an improbable scenario with Caesar surviving the Ides of March. The battles were riveting and the it was another of Peake's page turners. I loved it that he brought back Pullus and Scribonius from his previous books. This book was pure fantasy but an easier read as Peake's ability to spin a story is rivaled by the best. Because Caesar's idol was Alexander, it makes this story plausible that he would try to expand his empire beyond India. I love how the author spun the tale and how he neatly tied the strings at the ending. If you want an easy and pleasurable read that you cannot put down, this book and for that matter any of Peake's books are a must.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.