The Burning Stakes

The Burning Stakes To unite the warring Roman army under his fresh command Emperor Julian offers his military enemies a free hand over a sinister show trial purging the late Constantius II s court As the names of the g

  • Title: The Burning Stakes
  • Author: Q.V. Hunter
  • ISBN: 9782970108412
  • Page: 411
  • Format: ebook
  • To unite the warring Roman army under his fresh command, Emperor Julian offers his military enemies a free hand over a sinister show trial purging the late Constantius II s court As the names of the generals targets leak out from the Chalcedon tribunal, panic and betrayal engulfs civil servants, imperial eunuchs, and even the agentes in rebus.Agent Numidianus returns toTo unite the warring Roman army under his fresh command, Emperor Julian offers his military enemies a free hand over a sinister show trial purging the late Constantius II s court As the names of the generals targets leak out from the Chalcedon tribunal, panic and betrayal engulfs civil servants, imperial eunuchs, and even the agentes in rebus.Agent Numidianus returns to Rome to discover his headquarters under a new chief and his ailing intelligence master Apodemius gone missing With a trusted few, he fights to protect the Magister s most vulnerable secret ever while defending himself against charges that will tie him to the executioner s stake.Packed with action and intrigue, the Embers of Empire series is delighting fans of Bernard Cornwell, Steven Saylor and Robert Harris.

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    1. This whole series has given us a different type of hero, a different type of story -- mostly based on writings of Ammianus Marcellinus, historian of that period of history. The novel traces out the history of that period: late 300's AD, through the eyes of our fictional Numidian freedman hero, Marcus, an agens in rebus. This novel covers the coming to power of Emperor Julian. He restores pagan worship, lets the various factions of Christians fight it out among themselves, and disbands the agente [...]


    2. Hunter has taken this reader on a mesmerizing and unexpectedly vivid journey through mid-4th century Roman Empire. An amazing series which grows on you with each book. Is this the last?While I might quibble with the speed with which Agent Numidianus sometimes travels across the Cursus Publicus as a spy-on-the-run, one can't fault Hunter's extraordinary research, melding politics in the Dominate empire under the Constantine dynasty's rule with lively, touching personal narratives following a sing [...]


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