Fortress of Spears (Empire, #3)

Fortress of Spears (Empire, #3) The Romans have vanquished the rebel alliance, leaving Calgus, Lord of the Northern Tribes, the prisoner of the chieftains he once led.But the new Roman leader will not let them rest He forms an audacious plan to capture Dinpaladyr, the Selgovaes fortress of spears, and return it to the hands of a trusted ally.Marcus Aquila burning for revenge on an enemy army that has killed one of his best friends is part of the select group of infantry chosen to go north with the Petriana cavalry and take the fort before the rebel army can reach it He believes his disguise as Centurion Corvus of the 2nd Tungrians is still holding.But he is just a few days ahead of two of the emperor s agents, sent from Rome to kill him Pitiless assassins who know his real name, and too much about his friends. Free Read Fortress of Spears (Empire, #3) author Anthony Riches For Kindle ePUB or eBook – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Fortress of Spears (Empire, #3)
  • Anthony Riches
  • English
  • 22 March 2017
  • 034092036X

10 thoughts on “Fortress of Spears (Empire, #3)

  1. says:

    I ve waited until I finished the third book in this series before posting a review of any of them, and for a particular reason Most of the historical series I ve read consist of a new separate story with each book, often defined by a narrator s pause or some such device Most series are different stories with different themes that build a series.Wile clearly part of a series, Tony s first three Empire books are different To me they follow on so closely and seamlessly that the series so far cou I ve waited until I finished the third book in this series before posting a review of any of them, and for a particular reason Most of the historical series I ve read consist of a new separate story with each book, often defined by a narrator s pause or some such device Most series are different stories with different themes that build a series.Wile clearly part of a series, Tony s first three Empire books are different To me they follow on so closely and seamlessly that the s...

  2. says:

    The third of Anthony Riches Empire series, Fortress of Spears was quite clearly written as the ending to a trilogy Maybe it was submitted, they read it, got back to him and said we ll have someof that, thanks D oh If you ve come across the first two in the series, you ll be on very familiar ground here However, whilst again being set on and around the Roman Wall in the north of Britannia province, this one does actually start off back in Rome, with the murder of a Senator by a The third of Anthony Riches Empire series, Fortress of Spears was quite clearly written as the ending to a trilogy Maybe it was submitted, they read it, got back to him and said we ll have someof that, thanks D oh If you ve come across the first two in the series, you ll be on very familiar ground here However, whilst again being set on and around the Roman Wall in the north of Britannia province, this one does actually start off back in Rome, with the murder of a Senator by a Corn Officer and a member of the Praetorian Guard They will then proceed to kill his whole family As you did back then The Senator has gossiped and given away the first two books hero, the fugitive Marcus new...

  3. says:

    This was better than the rest that in the series in some ways, but in others it was much the same and not living up to the quality that I am sure this series and author could produce I am giving this a Three Stars because while there were some glaring places where this book let itself down, for all of that, it still managed to entertain me in ways that only the best can The Plot Three StarsThis was somewhat forced It is almost as if the author has run out of things to do in Britain a fa This was better than the rest that in the serie...

  4. says:

    This latest and long awaited a whole year Anthonycome on speed it up book in the fantastic Empire series of books about our hero Marcus Aquila.Anthony for me has a way of looking at the Roman world that very few other historical authors manage, its a real soldiers view point using language that feels authentic real and when you combine that with the setting along Hadrian s wall and beyond, a location that Anthony walked recently for charity the book just drips with authenticity and or This latest and long awaited a whole year Anthonycome on speed it up book in the fantastic Empire series of books about our hero Marcus Aquila.Anthony for me has a way of looking at the Roman world that very few other historical authors manage, its a real soldiers view point using language that feels authentic real and when you combine that with the setting along Hadrian s wall and beyond, a location that Anthony walked recently for charity the book just drips with authenticity and originality, when ...

  5. says:

    This is the third outing for Anthony Riches series about a Roman Centurion Fugitive from Justice based around Hadrian s Wall Like the previous books this is an excellent romp, with some interesting scenarios and storylines The book is well worth reading and I m already looking forward to 4 in the series.So, why only 4 stars The fact that I had the book for 3 weeks befor...

  6. says:

    La premessa assolutamente necessaria che non ho mai eccessivamente adorato 1 le saghe 2 la narrativa storica, in particolare se ambientata prima del Medioevo Quindi non ripeto NON ho grossi termini di paragone.E semplicemente accaduto che mi sia lasciato sedurre da Anthony Riches e dal primo di romanzo di quella che ho poi scoperto essere una saga mi capitato sotto le pupille L onore e la spada, e l ho iniziato con quella scarsa aspettativa leggermente venata da un profumo di tanto m La premessa assolutamente necessaria che non ho mai eccessivamente adorato 1 le saghe 2 la narrativa storica, in particolare se ambientata prima del Medioevo Quindi non ripeto NON ho grossi termini di paragone.E semplicemente accaduto che mi sia lasciato sedurre da Anthony Riches e dal primo di romanzo di quella che ho poi scoperto essere una saga mi capitato sotto le pupille L onore e la spada, e l ho iniziato con quella scarsa aspettativa leggermente venata da un profumo di tanto mi romper le palle dopo 50 pagine.Ovviamente accaduto l esatto contrario in una settimana circa mi sono sparato non soltanto L onore e la spada, ma anche La battaglia dell Aquila perduta secondo capitolo della saga e Lunga vita all imperatore terzo romanzo con lo stesso protagonistami avvisa che non finita qui ma c un limite anche al monomaniacale, quindi mi fermo qui almeno fino...

  7. says:

    as previously three books, east read entertaining

  8. says:

    Just love these types of historical fictions and Anthony Riches does it right.

  9. says:

    immense immense immense

  10. says:

    The adventure continues. It continues to be action packed, moves right along, and does not get boring It does, however, still present the problem of being unrealistic, in that all these people will go to great lengths, risking death and dishonor, to protect one young man Also, it se...

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