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on Aug. 18, 2011 :
I absolutely loved this sequel to 33 AD! The characters I cared about most (Taras and Theron) are back in 61AD and, yet again, McAfee has done a brilliant job of bringing these men to life. Deftly woven, the tale is filled with mystery and intrigue. I just couldn't put this down. It hints at a bigger story that I suspect we will learn more about in the next instalment. And there's a new character, Baella, that I totally love. I can't wait to see more of her!
If you read 33 AD, you MUST read 61 AD. And if you haven't read either, go and get them both!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)