Brass Legionnaire

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
The Barbarian invasions were thrown back and Rome emerged stronger than ever. With their legions’ fantastic war machines defending their borders, rebel and foreigner alike were defeated time and time again.

Now a new threat has surfaced. With revolution striking close to home, one untrained legion is forced into battle. Will they be in time to save their city, and perhaps, the Empire as well? More

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About Daniel Ottalini

Daniel Ottalini is a teacher, writer, and amateur historian. His interests include reading everything from nonfiction to sci-fi and amazing others with his knowledge of random facts. When not working, he is most likely writing some more or catching much needed rest. He lives in Maryland.

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Tomás MC reviewed on July 12, 2019

A delightful read, with fleshed out characters, an amazing plot, and an even more fascinating setting! Will certainly be reading the Copper Centurion.
(reviewed 3 days after purchase)
Gist Fleshman reviewed on July 19, 2018

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's a light, quick, fun read with an enormous amount of originality and detail. The author vividly creates a world in which the Roman Empire survived and prospered. He clearly has done his homework, inasmuch as the everyday life of the people and their outlook on the world are quite believable as descendants of the Romans we know. I was especially impressed by the thought he put into the technological advances. The author cleverly imagined weapons, transportation and other devices which could believably have developed in a world of smart people hampered by the observation bias of an empire that dominates the world and thereby in some ways retards original thinking. The actual story is well-paced, with plenty of action and interesting characters. My only quibble, and the reason I gave the book four stars, is I would have liked to know the characters a little better. Don't get me wrong. They are far from cardboard and come across as real flesh and blood. But I enjoy really delving into the thoughts, emotions, fears and dreams of the main characters. For me, that enriches their setbacks and triumphs.
(reviewed 78 days after purchase)

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