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The Eagle's Conquest Estamos No Ano 43 Antes De Cristo As Tem Veis Legi Es Do Imperador Cl Udio Desembarcaram Nas Costas Da Brit Nia E Preparam Se Para Uma Das Mais Terr Veis E Sanguin Rias Campanhas Na Hist Ria De Roma Sob A Guia Da Segunda Legi O, Macro Um Centuri O Veterano, E Cato O Seu Lugar Tenente, V O Ter De Ir Ao Encontro Do Inimigo Antes Que Este Cres A Ainda Mais Que, A Cada Dia Que Passa, Aumenta O N Mero De Bret Es Enfurecidos E Dispostos A Morrer Pela Sua Ilha Infelizmente, Os Selvagens Da Brit Nia N O S O O Nico Perigo Que As Legi Es Correm Uma Conspira O De Poderosos Aristocratas Romanos Procura Minar O Imperador Cl Udio Para Tal, Est O Dispostos A Sacrificar A Campanha Contra Os Bret Es E, Se Necess Rio, A Vida De Todos Os Legio N Rios Para Sobreviver, Macro E Cato V O Ter Que Agir Muito Depressa Mas Quando A Campanha Amea A Trans Formar Se Num Desastre As Op Es N O S O Muitas

10 thoughts on “The Eagle's Conquest

  1. says:

    3,75 5 Qu puedo decir de esta segunda entrega de la saga Pues que es m s de lo mismo que la anterior Eso quiere decir que sus puntos fuertes son los mismos, b sicamente, acci n a raudales, ritmo narrativo trepidante, una buena ambientaci n militar y unos personajes protagonistas repletos de carisma y con los que es muy sencillo empatizar.Con respecto a sus defectos, se cumple la misma premisa y se repiten con respecto al anterior Falta de profundidad en el trasfondo, un antagonista bastante soso y unas tramas secundarias mejorables.Resumiendo, si te ...

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    4 5 mini review I thought this was much better than it s predecessor, Under the Eagle The Eagle s Conquest focuses on the invasion of Britain by the Romans, covering three battles up to the capture of Camulodunum modern day Colchester, Wikipedia tells me , and the greater scope of the book compared to the first one makes it a lot exciting We ve got battles, we ve got a kinda bad love story, we ve got politics and assassinations, and Scarrow deftly brings people from history to life though not terribly historically accurately, I don t think Vespasian and Vitellius and General Plautius and Emperor Claudius all get properly fleshed out into characters of their own, alongside Optio Cato and Centurion Macro some of them you want to give a hug, and others you d like to beat over the head with a stick.Like most light historical novels, this is the kind of book best read on public transport or ...

  3. says:

    I really, really enjoyed this second book in the Eagle series Simon Scarrow writes very well and both his story and his characters come to life I m very happy I gave this series a chance and am hopng the rest of the series is just as good.

  4. says:

    Scarrow really understands the Romans He makes their warfare and politics so much fun with these characters Cato especially Great war scenes with the perfect amount of suspense and action The historical element is not over powering ...

  5. says:

    The Legions brought a chainsaw to a sword fight Someone asked me how could I like Simon Scarrow s novel so much when I know that it s not historical accurate that I should be put off by the swearing in his novels That s exactly the point why I m such a fan of Scarrow s Eagles series He doesn t romanticize war or politics The author doesn t pretend to be historically accurate unlike some authors when there really not The reality is that history can be as dry as the papyrus it was written on The Eagle s Conquest is the second in the series and a bit of a beast Cato and Marco along with their Second Legion buddies find themselves chopping through several engagements, from the Tamis Thames to Camulodunum Colchester Tension is kept high due to the volume of conflicts and the pace of the novel Throw in conspiracies and a bit of love tension and mesh it altogether Then you ve got a fairly believable living and breathing story What the Roman s need is a set piece battle They are not trained or equipped to fight a guerrilla war General Plautius decides to push towards Caratacus tribal capital of Camulodunum and push he does The Second Legion suffer heavy causalities on the way, through a series of direct engagements and filtering of poor orders from the General s st...

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    7 10This was a similar outing to the first novel in the series with the relationship growing stronger between Cato and Macro, the treachery growing stronger within the political ranks and a good number of well described battle sequences.There wasn t much wrong with this novel other than the bits seemed to plod between the battles It was slow to get going but when things kicked off it got going The dialogue was also the same as the first which could ...

  7. says:

    Insisto en que la mejor manera de no fumar es no empezar a fumar jam s Pasa lo mismo con algunos libros G nero Novela hist rica Lo que nos cuenta En el a o 43 de la era cristiana la ocupaci n romana de la isla de Britania no est siendo tan r pida y segura como se preve a, porque los britanos no colaboran El emperador planea visitar el lugar para animar a las legiones pero parece que hay un complot en su contra Segundo libro de la serie de Quinto Licinio Cato Quiere saber m s...

  8. says:

    Continua a saga, maravilhosa, da guia Transportando nos para um ambiente m gico e tenebroso, em que, por vezes, se torna dif cil de imaginar como seria a vida nesse passado remoto Hist ria, bem esgalhada, com um bom equil brio entre a a o e a narrativa Venha o pr ximo Obrigado Simon.

  9. says:

    Cuando termine de leer el primer libro no sabia si continuar con la serie por que se me hizo muy lento el primer libro y muy pesado pero pens en seguir por que normalmente las primeras partes de las series no son las mejores y ...

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    What strikes me most about this book, and to a certain extent the previous book in the series too, is just how different it is to the author s non Roman period fiction.For someone who is routinely trotted out as one of the best authors of Roman fiction, it surprises me just how bland and un engaging a novel Scarrow puts out.For a little context, the first of Scarrow s book that I read was Sword and Scimitar set around the sixteenth century siege of Malta It was ripe with betrayal, battle, blood, believable battle sequences and a rich depth to the character s, often flawed, personalities and histories.Compare such an invigorating tome with a pair of books where there is precious little depth to any of the characters beyond occasional almost throwaway attempts at adding meat to the character s bones, and you ll hopefully see where I m disappointed.The overwhelming feel of the book is of a very militarist outlook at the Roman conquest of Britain told supposedly from the viewpoint of three characters Macro and Cato, whom the series is primarily based around, and Vespasian The battle scenes have far a feel of rigidity and formula than the chaotic bloodsoaked frenzy that you feel from other authors depictions.More attention seems to have been paid to noting and reciting various s...

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