Legionary (Legionary 1)

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About Gordon Doherty

I'm a Scottish writer, addicted to reading and writing historical fiction.

My love of history was first kindled by visits to the misty Roman ruins of Britain and the sun-baked antiquities of Turkey and Greece. My expeditions since have taken me all over the world and back and forth through time (metaphorically, at least), allowing me to write tales of the later Roman Empire, Byzantium, Classical Greece and even the distant Bronze Age. You can read a little more about me and my background here.

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About the Series: Legionary
The Roman Empire is crumbling, and a shadow looms in the east . . .

In the 4th Century AD, countless barbarian tribes surge against the Eastern Roman Empire's borders, driven by a dark horde that has arrived from the great steppe. On the Danubian frontier, the situation is critical: the crumbling, neglected forts and watchtowers along the riverbank are thinly garrisoned by 'mere' limitanei - the impoverished border legions. Pavo, a slave freed and sent to serve with the XI Claudia in this precarious land, finds himself thrust into a tumultuous sequence of events that will shape his destiny and the fate of the Empire.

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Jacquel May reviewed on Aug. 21, 2020

It was so great! Loved the characters, brilliant story. I didn’t want to put it down!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)
Hans Vyt reviewed on Nov. 17, 2011
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I just finished this book. I have to say that i really enjoyed it ! And i'm looking forward to the next installment to this series !
I'm not totally sure it follows history as it really happened but i do not really care ! What i really appreciate is that this book was a very fast and easy read BUT it really built a story. And this is what a lot of books lack. Be an easy read AND be really good built up ! So, thumbs up to the writer 8 You've got one more fan ! Greets from Belgium
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Mike Hodgkinson reviewed on Oct. 10, 2011

Good book, will be familiar to people who enjoy books by contemporary historical fiction writers Conn Iggulden or Bernard Cornwall.
Looking forward to Gordon Doherty's next book.
(reviewed 35 days after purchase)

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