Paul’s review of Grapes of Rome Book 2

This is a continuation of the excellent first book by Mr. Meggs and continues the story of young Dante the son of a Roman Senator who has shown himself to be a great warrior as he leads his army into battle. Don’t just think this is a story about war as it isn’t as there are lots of distractions along the way. It genuinely shows the angst a young man has as he is growing up, gaining an identity and finding love along the way. You will be intrigued as he learns how to deal with new emotions but also genuinely wincing as he inflicts the most brutal punishments to those who fight against him or hurt his friends. This is yet another 5-star rating that I couldn’t put down.

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1 thought on “Paul’s review of Grapes of Rome Book 2

  1. Steven Fritchie

    A very concise review of Remmy’s latest book. It deals with family honor, loyalty, humor, and adventure. Dante is almost a symbol of what Rome is becoming during this time of the Roman Republic. This was a very enjoyable read.

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