Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Rome, 368 a.d.: slashing blades, snorting steeds, star-crossed lovers, an Iago-like villain: page-turning stuff.It's "the dusk," that period when, after a thousand-plus years, the mighty empire is looking a bit wobbly. Two centuries earlier, Hadrian's Wall was built to keep Romans separate and safe, and to give them a launching pad for bloody wars of subjugation. Now, to certain long-suffering ... Read full review

Review: Hadrian's Wall

Editorial Review - - Sarah Rachel Egelman

In the days of the Roman Empire, the Emperor Hadrian built a wall across Britannia creating a border between the civilization of the Empire and that of the Northern Celtic tribes. This wall represented the far reaches of the Empire as well as a clash between cultures. Using the wall as a jumping off point, William Dietrich, in his latest novel HADRIAN'S WALL, imagines life at the edge of the ... Read full review

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