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10 thoughts on “Nobody Loves a Centurion SPR #6

  1. says:

    The best in the series So far I've long wanted to find out how the Roman Empire became well an empire This book is a perfect peek into the Roman legion—the well known secret pardon the oxymoron behind Rome's rise

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    Another great mystery set in ancient RomeDecius is sent to Gaul to assist Julius Caesar in his war He finds this

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    Men do not achieve the centurionate by being mild Nobody loves a centurion But they're seldom murdered So says Caesar to Decius Metellus the Younger who is putting in his mandatory year of military service in Gaul with Caesar A brutal centurion has been murdered; Burrus one of Decius's clients and prime suspect along with the other members of his contubernium has been accused of the murder Unless the murderer c

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    Decius has gone to Gaul to serve under Julius Caesar A young client of Decius' a legionary has been accused along with others of killing a brutal centurion Decius has to figure out who the real culprit is to save their lives One of the funny parts of the book happens when Decius one of whose jobs is to copy Caesar's commentaries on the war Caesar has atrocious handwriting and is a bad speller rereads what he

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    This book reminds me of a line from the TV show Blackadder it twists and turns like a twisty turnie thing Great book It is full with lots of great themes; roman army life; the religion and culture of Gauls and Germans and how they contrast in the first century BC as well as there fighting style thrown in a great murder mystery And like you expect from JMR lots of great one liners this book had a better flow

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    Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger is far from home in this one and the comforts of civilization His nemesis Clodius has been elected Trib

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    Another enjoyable read featuring the Roman investigator Decius Caecilius Metellus This time he is destined to solve a murder in Caesar's army camp that's situated in Gaul whilst the Germans have breached the terms of their pact with the Roma

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    A Roman “detective” who is a relative of Caesar is attached to his legions in Gaul as they move against the Helvetii in 58BC A loathed centurion is murdered and Caesar assigns the investigator the task of finding the killers as the legions prepare for battle It’s much lighter in tone than Saylor’s series but still an enjoyable read particularly in the details of Roman military life and the solution in

  9. says:

    Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger has traveled to Gaul to serve under Caesar but still finds a mystery to solve within the Legion Decius is as fun as usual and the historical details were fascinating Listened to the audio version which w

  10. says:

    I agree this is the best of the series that I have read Having Decius away from Rome off in the forests of Gaul reduces the at times confusing complexity of Roman politics in the plot and produces a better structur

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To conuer The occupying Roman army is at a standstill When Decius shows up in full parade regalia much to the amusement of the informally uniformed veterans and accompanied only by his young personal slave Caesar sets him the task of discovering who murdered one of his centurions a cruel and unfair officer feared and hated by every man of the one hundred soldiers under him A further prod. This book reminds me of a line from the TV show Blackadder it twists and turns like a twisty turnie thing Great book It is full with lots of great themes roman army life the religion and culture of Gauls and Germans and how they contrast in the first century BC as well as there fighting style thrown in a great murder mystery And like you expect from JMR lots of great one liners this book had a better flow to it than the previous book in the series and certainly keeps you thinking Yep this is one of this best

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To Decius is that the main suspect is a youth whose father is a close friend of the Metellus family With Caesar's decree that another killer be found in a matter of hours or the young man dies Decius has his work cut out for himJohn Maddox Roberts's series set in the first century AD vividly brings to readers a strong sense of the everyday life of the ancient Romans in the context of our o. Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger has traveled to Gaul to serve under Caesar but still finds a mystery to solve within the Legion Decius is as fun as usual and the historical details were fascinating Listened to the audio version which was read by John Lee who always does a great job Secret Agent Minister and Deadly Texas Rose youth whose father is a close friend of the Metellus family With Caesar's decree that another killer be found in a matter of hours or the Dangerous Melody (Treasure Seekers young man dies Decius has his work cut out for himJohn Maddox Roberts's series set in the first century AD vividly brings to readers a strong sense of the everyday life of the ancient Romans in the context of our o. Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger has traveled to Gaul to serve under Caesar but still finds a mystery to solve within the Legion Decius is as fun as usual and the historical details were fascinating Listened to the audio version which was read by John Lee who always does a great job

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Like so many young men in later generations Roman playboydetective Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger is faced with the necessity of serving in his country's armed forces Since a dangerous enemy has become powerful in the politics of Rome Decius is just as well out of the city for a while He sets out to join Caesar in Gaul where the general has come and seen but has as yet not been able. The best in the series So far I ve long wanted to find out how the Roman Empire became well an empire This book is a perfect peek into the Roman legion the well known secret pardon the oxymoron behind Rome s rise to historical glory Pair that with JM Roberts enviable writing a perfect blend of wit philosophy and drollery and you ve got a solid winner in Nobody Loves a Centurion I know that I have been gushing nonstop about the books in JMR s SPR But if you are at least curious about Ancient Rome and you want to be thoroughly entertained I strongly suggest that you give this series a try This book can even be read as a standalone no wonder that some fans of this series got hooked on SPR after reading Nobody Loves a Centurion firstMy favorite lines in Nobody Loves a Centurion1 Blame it all on Alexander the Great Ever since that little Macedonian twit decided that he had to conuer the whole world before he was old enough to shave every fool with a sword and a decent pair of boots has sought to do the same Decius Caecilius Metellus the Younger2 No man can undo history We must seize the moment and bend the present to our will Caius Julius Caesar3 Decius here in Gaul we are playing the highest stakes game in the world When you set a game in motion you must see it through however the dice fall Caius Julius CaesarI know that I ve been giving JMR four stars from The King s Gambit to Saturnalia It s about time to give him five