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Rome Burning

Rome Burning

In a parallel modern world, Rome and Japan stand on the brink of world war. When the Emperor falls ill, his young nephew Marcus Novius Caesar finds himself taking command of the greatest power on Earth. But behind the clash of empires, hidden forces are at work. For Marcus and his allies the price of peace will be higher than they dreamed.

“A thoroughly good read…vividly imagined…elegant, lively writing” – SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Fantasy

On Sale: 14th April 2011

Price: £10.99

ISBN-13: 9780575096936

Reviews

An enjoyable smart yarn with some real sense of human pain
Time Out
Compulsively readable . . . grips like a vice
SFX
An enjoyable smart yarn with some real sense of human pain
Time Out
Compulsively readable . . . grips like a vice
SFX
This is a magnificent series
Adrian Tchaikovsky
Wonderful alt history, beautiful, heart-breaking, sweeping, surprising
Lauren Beukes
Perfectly fuses the hope and horror of ancient Rome with that of the modern world
Daniel Godfrey, author of New Pompeii
Wonderful alt history, beautiful, heart-breaking, sweeping, surprising
Lauren Beukes
Epic in undertaking, Romanitas creates a fascinating world that is both contemporary in tone, and yet about as far removed from the world we live in as it is possible to imagine. McDougall's writing style is fresh and light, and the involving story ensures you'll gobble up the 400 pages in no time, staying eager to find out how the remainder of the trilogy unfolds'
Dreamwatch
Epic in undertaking, Romanitas creates a fascinating world that is both contemporary in tone, and yet about as far removed from the world we live in as it is possible to imagine. McDougall's writing style is fresh and light, and the involving story ensures you'll gobble up the 400 pages in no time, staying eager to find out how the remainder of the trilogy unfolds
Dreamwatch