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Emperor: The Death Of Kings

I am reviewing the historical fiction novel Emperor: The Death Of Kings by Conn Iggulden which is a very good story that I bought from a car boot sale. 305 more words


Santa Fe Comic Con: Manu Bennett "From Deathstroke to Crixus"

Panel Name: Manu Bennett “From Deathstroke to Crixus”

Topic: Manu Bennett Q&A

Featured GuestsManu Bennett

There is always this feeling inside us when we’re waiting in a room for someone we admire. 830 more words

New This Week

Irina Perren and Marat Shemiunov

Irina Perren and Marat Shemiunov, “Spartacus”, Mikhailovsky Ballet, 2014 Elisa Carrillo & Friends Gala, Theatre Concert Hall Elisa Carrillo Cabrera, Texcoco, México (July 10-11, 2014) 25 more words


My Best Friend is Dead, and I Will Never Forget Him

Fawkes the Anonymous Maestro’s almost exactly two years of life made my home a vibrant, warm place. It was all in the little things: the pitter patter of kitten feet on the ground while I tried to fall asleep; how he jumped up on the sink and waited for you to turn the faucet on; and especially in the way he would stride around the house meowing aloud for seemingly no reason at all. 1,376 more words

Unpublished Works

Cato ambushes the Vilmirian Legions in the mountains.

In the northern part of the mountains of Uhio, Cato and his rebel slaves prepare to attack the split force of Vilmirian Legions. His army numbers 2000 fighters of various experience. 135 more words


Calvans people are hunted down in the mountains

Calvan Marinus has sought refuge in the mountains of Vilmir with the fleeing people of kletch who has now become his subjects. Cato is further north with the majority of the slave rebels. 179 more words


The Hunger Games and The Third Servile War

The Third Servile War is probably one of the most famous wars you’ve never heard of.  What I mean by that is that everyone knows about Spartacus’ rebellion from the movie… 1,387 more words

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