Insurrectio Roma Nova V by Alison Morton

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I think that one day I am going to have to compile my list of favorite, fictional, evil people.  When I do that Alison Morton’s Caius Tellus will certainly be on that list.  Insurrectio is a taut drama centering on Tellus’ political ambitions…ambitions that could undo centuries of a stable form of government and supplant it with Tellus as a tyrant. Caught in the crosshairs of his ambition is Aurelia Mitela and hoo-boy does he ever hold a grudge.  The story is full of the drama and tension that the author has made a trademark of the Roma Nova series and in spots steps them up even more.  So, if you’re looking for a political thriller this is sure to please.  Strong characters, a plot with lots of twists and turns, love, betrayal, pain and loss make this a 5 star winner.

 

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2 thoughts on “Insurrectio Roma Nova V by Alison Morton

  1. alisonmortonauthor April 16, 2016 / 10:30 pm

    He’s a real horror, isn’t he? A ruined soul, really.
    Thank you for a lovely review – really appreciated- and I ‘m delighted you enjoyed it.

    • tigers68 April 16, 2016 / 10:38 pm

      You’re welcome….now, when is VI gonna be ready…you left us hanging 🙂

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