The best-selling author of Centurion and The Gladiator returns with another action-packed Roman adventure.
Trouble is brewing in Egypt. Rebel gladiator Ajax and his men have been posing as Roman soldiers and attacking naval bases, merchant vessels, and villages. Prefect Cato and Centurion Macro have been charged with the task of tracking down the renegade warrior before the problem gets out of control. Joining forces with Legion III, the hope is to destroy their enemy on the battlefield. But the cunning gladiator has other ideas....
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"I don't need this kind of competition." (Bernard Cornwell)
"Sort of disappointed"
Yes, Stephen Pacey is one of the best narrators out there, this was my 1st Simon Scarrow novel so I would give him another chance
Is that it? At only four hours long it felt way to short and at times felt like a book for young adults.
Yes and as always his performance is excellent even if some of the characters in ancient rome have so very british accents.
Give it a go, but bear in mind it fells like a short story rather than a full blown book. I'm aware there are others in this series and maybe if I tried two together it may be a different opinion afterwards
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