Well, I still think it's an outstanding story. I've downloaded the latest version and the author has corrected the Valhalla bit, though I never knew the difference between it and Mount Olympus because.
I found nothing wrong with the dialogue. It was written in a tongue which was easy to follow and understand. (Do we really want to read a story with Shakespearean dialect?) And besides, is anyone still alive from that era to say that Romans didn't speak this way?
My previous review didn't elaborate much, but I thought the ending was a profound one and made the story unforgettable.
I highly recommend this story and implore readers to ignore the rantings of Kyle Britain. Looking at the other reviews it's clear this book is special and that you can't please everyone.
This book is indeed worth a read.