Roma e Imperio (Novela histórica) (Spanish Edition) by [Saylor, Steven Kindle Edition. by Steven Saylor (Author) Al servicio del imperio (Spanish Edition). Imperio / Empire: La Novela De La Roma De Los Emperadores / the Novel of Rome Under the Emperors (Spanish Edition) [Steven Saylor] on Buy Roma e Imperio: Las novelas de Roma by Steven Saylor (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on.

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Suetonius is certainly a more lively read than This book, second in the set, moves into the age of the Emperors. In some ways, Empire was a little better than Roma in that the time span was much shorter, and there were only four generations covered, one following the other.

Trivia About Roma e Imperio N Empire was just asylor enjoyable as Saylor’s previous books. Read more Read less. I’m not so sure that I agree with that assessment.

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Nero ranges from sadistic to dramatic to regal to shockingly out-of-touch-with-reality. Claudius carries over from the first chapter to the second. Once again excellent job, Mr. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. The pitfalls and snares of various emperors and their courts saypor rendered in chilling detail. I won’t be reading anything else Steven Saylor has ever written. View all 4 comments.


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Empire: the Novel of Imperial Rome (Roma, #2) by Steven Saylor

Thus, each generation was like a small novel in and of itself. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. David Whitehurst marked it as to-read Dec 21, Customers who bought this item also bought. Another Lucius Pinarius, the son of Titus, survives through the Year of the Emperors, the golden age of Titus and the cruel years of Domitian.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Reading about the construction of the Colosseum, the golden temple of Nero, and the Pantheon was really fascinating and informative. The book was okay.

So sad of what these slaves went through to survive. Empire follows on from the earlier novel, with a small gap less than immperio between some of the individual chapters which make up the story. Last Seen in Massilia. I felt like I was look at these statues of the gods and looking at the temples as they were being built.


Each “chapter” of the book covers a different Pinarii generation and varies in the quality of the story telling and character development. Now looking for another book by this author!

It is better than the first book, Roma. Reading about the construction of the C This was an interesting book about the history of the Roman Empire or at least a portion of it. He has appeared as an on-air expert on Impperio history and life on The History Channel.

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I was looking forward to this book but found it much too long with long stretches of the book that just felt pointless. Get to Know Us. The most interesting relationship is that of Titus in the second generation with Nero.