Ship of Rome

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HarperCollins, Jan 1, 2009 - Fiction - 362 pages
17 Reviews
"Atticus, captain of one of the ships of Rome's small, coastal fleet, is from a Greek fishing family. Septimus, legionary commander, reluctant ordered aboard ship, is from Rome, born in a traditionally army family. It could never be an easy alliance. But the arrival of an enemy, larger and more skill, forces them to act together." - - Provided by publisher.

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

User Review  - Jose Maria - Goodreads

A good book to discover war at the sea during the punic wars. Easy to read but with a lack of deep in the plot. Read full review

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

User Review  - Shane - Goodreads

"Ship of Rome" was right in the middle in terms of quality. Had some good things, had some things it needed to work on. I appreciated the time period: the First Punic War is not a common place to set ... Read full review

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John Stack is a middle school teacher. He and his wife serve as foster parents and have house 19 babies and children. They have two married daughters, a four-year-old adopted daughter and four grandchildren. John and his family currently live in Kernersville, North Carolina. John is also the author of Cody's Almost Trip to the Zoo and Cody's Rescue Adventure at the Zoo.

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