[MOBI] ✓ Threads of an Empire | by ☆ Simon Rudman

Threads of an Empire By Simon Rudman,

  • Title: Threads of an Empire
  • Author: Simon Rudman
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 480
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Threads of an Empire is a dark historical fantasy novel.3rd century BC While Carthage struggles to meet the merciless terms of its Roman conquerors, Hamilcar Barcid craves vengeance Indoctrinating his son, Hannibal, the Supreme Commander embarks on conquest in Iberia, sparking panic amongst the conniving Hundred and Four, and drawing the beady eye of Rome In anotherThreads of an Empire is a dark historical fantasy novel.3rd century BC While Carthage struggles to meet the merciless terms of its Roman conquerors, Hamilcar Barcid craves vengeance Indoctrinating his son, Hannibal, the Supreme Commander embarks on conquest in Iberia, sparking panic amongst the conniving Hundred and Four, and drawing the beady eye of Rome In another time and place, a small thrall girl comes back to life With re emergent purpose, she escapes the clutches of her Devorii masters, setting off a violent chain of events that will bring two worlds into direct conflict Through all these machinations, twist the Threads, rendering every hero and villain a slave to his fate
    Threads of an Empire Threads of an Empire is a dark historical fantasy novel rd century BC While Carthage struggles to meet the merciless terms of its Roman conquerors Hamilcar Barcid craves vengeance Indoctrinating his

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    1. I was pretty impressed with this novel It should be right up your alley if you re interested in historical Carthage during its height and even if you like magical elements in your history including soothsayers and rather interesting demons or demon like baddies There s a lot of war and empire building, too, so it should be just about perfect for all you epic fantasy fans If I had any qualms about this, it s only that I ve read a lot of epic fantasy and it feels very regular to me Of course, tha [...]

    2. I think this story would appeal most to people with a background in Roman history or interest in Hannibal It had an interesting concept and prompted me to do a little research which slowed down the reading a little bit because I wanted a bit background to what was going on Longer review to come.

    3. Actual writing 2.5 starsI won t lie I ve chosen this book mostly because it was short compared to my recent reads The synopsis sounded rather interesting I haven t heard about many fantasy books based in Carthage It s refreshing to take a break from pseudo medieval European setting that dominates fantasy books The novel is set in the 3rd century BC, in the prelude to the 2nd Great War between Carthage and Rome It recounts the brutal adolescence of Hannibal Barcid in Iberia, and his path to becom [...]

    4. This is an editorial review of Threads of an Empire, reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers Favorite Every war brings tragedy, death, and a new path forward through history, but it seems that some wars are fateful, important, and decisive than others None of the ancient wars I have read about seem as bitter or hard fought as the wars between Rome and Carthage These two nations were fierce rivals until the very end I have read several novels based on the history of conflict between these two grea [...]

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