Gods of Rome

Gods of Rome

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For one to rule, the other must die.

312 AD is a year of horrific and brutal warfare. Constantine's northern army is a small force, plagued by religious rivalries, but seemingly unstoppable as they invade Maxentius' Italian heartlands. These relentless clashes, incidents of treachery and twists of fortune see Maxentius' armies driven back to Rome.

Constantine has his prize in sight, yet his army is diminished and on the verge of revolt. Maxentius meanwhile works to calm a restive and dissenting Roman populace. When the two forces clash in the Battle of the Milvian Bridge, there are factors at work beyond their control and soon they are left with carnage.

There is only one way Constantine and Maxentius' rivalry will end. With one on a bloodied sword and the other the sole ruler of Rome...

Title:Gods of Rome
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  • Mark Porton

    Gods of Rome, Rise of Emperors by Simon Turney and Gordon Doherty describes the monumental clash between Emperors Constantine and Maxentius, the winner taking control of the Western Roman Empire and I...

  • Selkis

    Full review to come, hopefully, tomorrow. For now, this book is an amazing finale to an excellent series. Highly recommend!**************Now I've finally got time for a proper review! I received a fre...

  • bookishcharli

    Gods of Rome is book three in the Rise of Emperors series by Simon Turney and Gordon Doherty. This book is based on historical events, namely the battle of Milvian Bridge on 28th October 312 AD betwee...

  • Josefine

    You can also find a spoiler-free review of the entire series on my YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/cMb2qd3Ov-4Talk about a Bromance set in ~300AD. This trilogy is full of fascinating detail about Ro...

  • Xerxes

    Gods of Rome are the thrilling climactic finale of the Rise of Emperors trilogy. Chronicling an epic series overseeing the fall of Rome’s Pagan Religion to the dominant Rise of Christianity. This cl...

  • Melisende

    So, this latest follows on from the first two in the "Rise of Emperors" series in which two friends, now rivals, meet in the ultimate battle for Rome. As Edward Gibbon in his "The Decline & Fall of th...

  • David Baird

    When we last were with Constantine and Maxentius it looked like what could have been a lovely brotherhood had suffered irreparable damage that could only lead to war.Maxentius still holds out hope but...

  • Paul Bennett

    #GodsofRomeBLURBFor one to rule, the other must die.312 AD is a year of horrific and brutal warfare. Constantine's northern army is a small force, plagued by religious rivalries, but seemingly unstopp...

  • Joanna Lambert

    Although I had not read the other two novels in the Rise of the Emperor series, I found this book easy to get into. It exceeded my expectations - a wonderful story, full of historical detail and blood...

  • Sue Plant

    would like to thank netgalley and the publisher for letting me read this outstanding bookthink Spartacus and vikings and you get how bloody and barbaric this book actually is..but its based on fact wh...