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Hi All, Just a shout out to let you know that my new Legionary novel - 'Empire of Shades' - is out. If you're not familiar with the series, it's Late Roman, and is set in the Eastern Empire during the time of Valens and Theodosius. Here's the foxy cover art and a teaser intro 379 AD: Thracia has fallen to the Gothic horde… With the ashes of Adrianople still swirling in the air, the Eastern Roman Empire is in turmoil. The emperor is dead, the throne lies empty and the remaining fragments of the army are few and scattered. Numerius Vitellius Pavo, now Tribunus of the XI Claudia, tries to hold his patchwork ranks together amidst the storm. One of the few legions to have survived the disaster at Adrianople, the Claudia do what they can to keep alive the dying flame of hope. When word spreads of a new Eastern Emperor, those hopes rise. But the coming of this leader will stir the Gothic War to new heights. And it will cast Pavo headlong into the sights of the one responsible for the East’s plight – a man mighty and seemingly untouchable, and one who will surely crush any who dares to challenge him. From the ashes of Adrianople, new heroes will rise… with dark ghosts in close pursuit. Paperback and eBook, available here: Amazon UK Amazon USA And there's plenty of goodies - free samples, imagery and companion short stories etc - here: http://www.gordondoherty.co.uk/legionary/legionary-empire-of-shades---free-prologue http://www.gordondoherty.co.uk/legionary/legionary6gallery http://www.gordondoherty.co.uk/writeblog/cityoftheblind If you decide to try, I hope you enjoy. Would be great to hear your thoughts too. Cheers, Gordon
Ave, In researching a novel set in the Later Roman Empire, I just finished "The Huns" by H.J. Kim. In his book he states that after the Gothic war the Greuthung who had not surrendered to the Huns occupied Wallachia. However, they were a vassal state to the Huns. Then it must mean that the Terving were divided into the northern half in the Hauha-land and the southern in Lower Moesia. I had never heard of the Greuthung north of the Danube being vassals, but it makes sense. Any comments? Thank you in advance, Tom
HISTORY dictates that the ferocious Hun tribe brought about destruction that eventually sparked the demise of the Roman Empire. But hordes of ordinary Romans may have happily left their homes to follow the Huns and their nomadic lifestyles, according to research... ...via SUN