[Ebook] Avenger of Rome (Gaius Valerius Verrens, #3) By Douglas Jackson – Reliableradio.co.uk

Avenger of Rome (Gaius Valerius Verrens, #3) Emperor Nero S Grip On Power Is Weakening In Every Shadow He Sees An Enemy And Like A Cornered Animal He Lashes Out At Every Perceived Threat His Paranoia Settles On The Figure Of Gnaeus Domitius Corbulo, Rome S Greatest General Who Leads The Imperial Legions In The East.So Popular Is Corbulo With His Men That He Effective Presides Over An Empire Within An Empire Is Corbulo Preparing To March Against Rome And Take The Purple Gaius Valerius Verrens, Hero Of Rome, Is Ordered To Antioch With The Power Of Life And Death Over Corbulo, A Soldier He Worships There He Finds Word Of His Mission Has Preceded Him And Every Man S Hand Is Turned Against Him But Corbulo S Eyes Are Not On Rome, But On A New Threat To The Empire S Border The Parthian King Of Kings, Vologases, Is Marching To War And With Such An Army That If Not Stopped He Might Overwhelm The Entire Roman East.Valerius Marches At Corbulo S Side Outnumbered They Make A Stand In The Barren Wastes Beyond The Tigris To Meet Vologases In An Epic Contest Of Military Might And Ingenuity That Will Decide The Fate Of The Empire And While He Fights For The Empire, And For His Own Survival On The Battlefield, Valerius Must Decide Whether To Complete His Mission, Or Risk Incurring His Emperor S Dangerous Wrath.

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10 thoughts on “Avenger of Rome (Gaius Valerius Verrens, #3)

  1. says:

    This series is getting better in writing style and in characterization It turned out to be quite a page turner and quite exciting, on the whole I am glad that future books in the series will take Valerius from Nero s Rome, beginning with the upheaval following Nero s suicide But that is to come I think Nero s been

  2. says:

    Whew I finished it Not a phew as in that was tough going but a phew as in wow what a powerful conclusion I ve been reading Doug Jackson s books since Caligula first appeared in hardback, while I was still writing my first, and I love his work But when he started the Valerius Verrens series, something changed and his work s

  3. says:

    Review Douglas Jackson and his hero Gaius Valerius Verrens returns in book three of the same named series.As pointed out by the Splendid reviewer Kate this is two books in one tome, We follow our hero on a journey to Antioch escorting the lady Domita to visit her father Its not an easy journey, full of intrigue danger and coming to

  4. says:

    Avenger of Rome is the third book in Doug Jackson s series to feature the hero Gaius Valerius Verrens.The Eastern Empire is in flames, Judea as risen up in rebellion and slaughtered its Roman garrison and the Parthian Empire, sensing Roman weakness has set it sights on placing its own puppet ruler on the buffer state of Armenia Only one man

  5. says:

    I rather like the fact that Gaius Valerius Verrens has grown as a person and a character through the three books The first book had slight flaws a slightly rushed relationship and left Verrens a hero, but very much a broken hero So in the second book we had a man coming to terms with his fame and his injury and being thrown into the dark pit of Roma

  6. says:

    The Hero of Rome is back In this third novel, Valerius is sent east by an emperor with only the slightest of grips on reality Nero His mission is to spy on the immensely successful general Corbulo who may have been a little too victorious with the Parthians for his own good But nothing is as straightforward as it seems and it s not long before Valerius is te

  7. says:

    I finished Avenger of Rome, or it finished me Hard to decide One hell of a thrilling ride Four books into what was originally described as a trilogy and no sign of slacking, just getting better and better There is no doubt for me that, at the moment, when we re talking Roman period Historical Fiction, it s Douglas Jackson, Robert Fabbri and then the rest.The story ha

  8. says:

    This was a solid historical fiction book Characters were well developed, the plot had quite a bit of turns and twists The only thing that was not to my liking were the author s descriptions of battles Ever since the beginning of the first book, the battles were a bit rushed, and I think author himself has a great difficulty describi...

  9. says:

    Valerius es enviado al Este, a cumplir una misi n secreta del Emperador Nero Pero la misi n ser un secreto a voces y obligar al guerrero a convertirse en esp a y pol tico Enorme plasticidad en la descripci n de las batallas y la acci n.

  10. says:

    This has been the 21st Roman HistFic book which I have read this year and, to my mind, the very best of a great bunch.

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