Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar

by Philip Freeman
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Julius Caesar 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Book is well written. Great stories. Learned more about Julius Caesar than any school history book ever taught me. If you like history you will enjoy this book.
Mike_H More than 1 year ago
Beautiful! I sincerely wish this book could be handed out to people who proclaim to be bored with history books... it would change their minds, and open their eyes to all kinds of opportunities to read more history. Everyone knows the name Caesar but with this book, you come to learn all the major points, many of the granular ones, in a manner that is quite visual. You remember the stories about Caesar's life because of the life imbued in the writing. Who would have thought, a solid historical biography on an ancient written in accessible style?
sergevansteenkiste More than 1 year ago
Philip Freeman chronologically walks through the life and legacy of Julius Caesar. Freeman usually provides enough background information to help his audience better understand the environment in which Caesar was operating. Readers progressively discover a complex leader who was intelligent, bold, fearless, ambitious, visionary, charming, and sensitive but also possessed ruthless and autocratic traits. To summarize, ¿Julius Caesar¿ by Freeman is a compelling invitation to (re) discover an exceptional individual who has left an indelible mark on the history of mankind.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaing abd quute interestung
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Well, I read this book for a book report and I found it extremely boring and I felt he stressed unimportant scenarios