Divided Empire by Brian Kitchen


A scintillating story of adventure in the late 4th century as agents of the Emperor try to piece together a plot to bring back Pagan worship to Britannia and to retrieve a document that identifies the leaders.  Plenty of twists and surprises as Flavius and friends find there is more to it than meets the eye and people aren’t always who or what they seem.  Action galore awaits as the team travels in pursuit of a mysterious woman and a gang of vicious cut throats who also want that document, at any price.  Well written characters and a nice descriptive narrative have me convinced to read book two.  3.8 stars

2 thoughts on “Divided Empire by Brian Kitchen

  1. Hannah Ross February 13, 2017 / 7:30 am

    Hi, I couldn’t find a contact form on your blog but I just thought I’d inquire whether you currently accept book submissions for review. I’m looking for reviews for my Viking-era novel, The Greenlanders: A Tale of Sea and Steel, which focuses on the fate and discoveries of Leif Erikson.

    • tigers68 February 13, 2017 / 8:46 am

      Hi Hannah..yes I am…but am also writing my second book so it may be a couple weeks before I get to it…my email address is mallorysaga@gmail.com


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