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User Review  - vernefan - LibraryThing

Ship of Rome, knocked my socks off. John Stack has exceeded my expectations for a new author writing in the genre similar to Patrick O’Brien, Bernard Cornwell, Edwin Thomas, Michael Curtis Ford and ... Read full review

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This is a very enjoyable read. It is based on real events in the war at sea between Rome and Carthage during a critical period early in the conflict. The Carthaginians are suitably ruthless and the Roman soldiers brave and tough. There are a few historical blips (Naples was called Neapolis at the time) but it is a great story and looks like it is leading to a sequel which is something to really look forward to.  

Review: Ship of Rome (Masters of the Sea #1)

User Review  - John Salter - Goodreads

What a cracking read! Don't be put off by the title if you usually read books about the legions because the story isn't all about boats and sea warfare, it's a combination with infantry as well ... Read full review

Review: Ship of Rome (Masters of the Sea #1)

User Review  - Adam Hunter - Goodreads

A brilliant start to a series. Good to ready more of sea tactics and life of sailors from the ancient times. Read full review

Review: Ship of Rome (Masters of the Sea #1)

User Review  - Saulo Marti - Goodreads

I read this book in about 3 days of airport waits. I bought this because I had 5 hours to kill in the Dublin airport after my flight was cancelled and boy was I glad. I love this type of book but I've ... Read full review

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