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    The Imperial Banner (Agent of Rome) by Nick Brown


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    First things first. Great cover – it made me want to go eat a pound of raw meat, grab a sword, and challenge somebody to a fight in the arena. Given my levels of health, physical prowess, and fearlessness, none of the above would be a good idea, especially if my opponent was over six years old. (“Face me in the arena, you cowardly cur, and you won’t live to see the second grade!”) But I can take solace in the fact that the book’s main character, Cassius Quintius Corbulo, isn’t much of a fighter either. He’s smart, though, and that intelligence, combined with the fierce devotion of his Christian slave Simo, and the muscle and fighting skill of his bodyguard, Indavara, makes him a force to be reckoned with...

     

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