Spartacus

Talons of an Empire

Robert Southworth

This work explores the avenue history could have run down if Spartacus had survived the slave rebellion in 73BC. It is sure to appeal to fans of Roman history, as well as those enamored by stories of action and adventure. Within these pages, you'll find a fresh vision of the Roman era; a dark and brutal reenactment of high gladiatorial drama.
Date Published :
January 2013
Publisher :
Claymore Press
Language:
English
Illustration :
No Illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781781590843
Pages : 208
Dimensions : 7.75 X 5 inches
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$14.95

Overview
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This enthralling piece of work by first-time novelist Robert Southworth explores the avenue history could have run down if Spartacus had survived the slave rebellion in 73BC, an uprising whose aftermath didn't deliver the remains of the famous slave leader. The brute force of this famous figure of Roman history is relayed, and the events of the period re-imagined to great effect. The work is sure to appeal to fans of Roman history, as well as those enamored by stories of action and adventure. Whilst the figure of Spartacus continues to hold massive appeal for contemporary audiences, this work offers a fresh vision of the Roman era; a dark and brutal reenactment of high gladiatorial drama.

About The Author
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R.C.Southworth was born in 1971 in Warwickshire, England. A varied career which includes the British army, engineer and retail management has never dulled the urge to become a novelist. Always a keen reader of literature both fact and fiction. Authors such as Terry Pratchett, Bernard Cornwell, Simon Scarrow and James Mcgee all having a profound impact upon his wish to read further and to begin to write himself.

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