2156Re: Reading List for 2008 - Suggestions requested
- Sep 2, 2007Medicus is very different from the Rosemary Rowe books.
--- In Roman_History_Books@yahoogroups.com, "bingleyausten"
> Medicus is already available here in paperback -- at least it was
> itpaperback when I saw it back in April. I nearly bought it but felt
> mildly sceptical about it, having been disappointed by the Germanus
> one we read earlier in the year. Still I'm willing to give it a go.
> I have got another book sitting in my TBR pile which I got cheap in a
> sale: "The Eagle in the Snow" by Walter Breem. It's a novel supposed
> to be the memoirs of the commander of one of the Rhine legions when
> the Germanic tribes crossed the Rhine in 406.
> --- In Roman_History_Books@yahoogroups.com, "lennep95"
> <irenesbooks@> wrote:
> > Salvete!
> > We'll have to decide on a reading list for 2008 soon!
> > We start out with the final section of Gibbon, originally re-scheduled
> > for January from this year. I'd like to move that to February because
> > Bingley , our resident Gibbon expert, won't be available in January.
> > So keep the suggestions coming.
> > I myself would like to discuss T.J. Cornell's immensely readable "The
> > Beginnings of Rome."
> > Maybe at one point we can read Jim Duffy's new novel in his Gladiators
> > of the Empire series, "The Fight for Rome," and he'll join us
> > the chat. My review is coming up soon. (All my work has been delayedVicki has
> > because of ongoing computer problems.)
> > Another recent novel that I like is "Medicus" by Ruth Downie, set in
> > Roman Britain at around the time of the death of Trajan. IIRC,
> > read the book also. A paperback edition is coming out soon, Amazon has
> > already a pre-order listed. Vicki, could you please comment on this?
> > Valete,
> > Irene
> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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