The third in this magnificent adventure series sees the crack in Caesar and Brutus’ friendship appearing and some of the possible reasons why former friends and colleagues turned. It’s history brought to life. Thrilling stuff, he’s a brilliant storyteller.
Comparison: Bernard Cornwell, Simon Scarrow, Steven Pressfield.
Similar this month: None but I think you’ll enjoy William Landay too.
Julius Caesar has taken his legions north into mighty battles with the Gallic tribes. But as his successes mount, overwhelming ambition and new alliances begin to threaten his friendship with Marcus Brutus, brother-in-arms and fellow warrior.
Although the conquest of Gaul has made Caesar a hero all over again, his victories on the battlefield cause still more rivalries at home. And ultimately Caesar and Brutus will have to choose whether to cross the Rubicon - together or singly - and to take the fight to Rome itself …
The Death of Kings is part of the bestselling Emperor series, an epic story of rivalry and betrayal that combines history and adventure to stunning effect.
Publication date: 05/09/2005
Publisher: Harpercollins Publishers
Publication date: 03/01/2005
|Publication date:||5th September 2005|
|Genres:||Action Adventure / Spy, eBook Favourites, Historical Fiction,|
Conn Iggulden is one of the most successful authors of historical fiction writing today; with UK sales topping almost 3 million, Conn has joined the likes of Bernard Cornwell and Ken Follett on the A-list of historical novelists. Conn’s previous two series, on Julius Caesar and on the Mongol Khans of Central Asia, describe the founding of the greatest empires of their day and were number one bestsellers. An ex-school teacher and adventurer, Conn was the first author to ever achieve a simultaneous no 1 across and fiction and non-fiction charts with Dangerous Book for Boys. Over 7 million copies of ...More About Conn Iggulden