!!> Reading ➳ The Philosopher Prince (Drusus #2) ➬ Author Paul Waters – Diclofenac16.us

The Philosopher Prince (Drusus #2) 355AD In A Late Roman World Of Ambitious Bureaucrats And Power Hungry Courtiers Two Young Friends Of The British Nobility, Drusus And Marcellus, Have Fallen Foul Of The Prevailing Authority There Is No Place To Hide, No Turning Back They Must Face The Irresistible Might Of The Roman State It Seems A Fight They Cannot Win For Drusus And Marcellus Their Only Ally Is The Young Imperial Prince, Julian But Julian Has Troubles Of His Own His Very Success Has Made Him Hated By His Uncle, The Emperor With Spies And Adversaries All About Them, They Link Their Fate With Julian S In A Life Or Death Struggle That Takes Them From One End Of The Empire To The Other And Set Themselves Against The Forces Determined To Crush Them A Novel Of Hope, The Philosopher Prince Is A Story Of Human Values Pitted Against The Cold And Calculating Machine Of An All Powerful Tyranny And At Its Heart, A Victim Of The Very Forces He Controls, Lies The Emperor Himself.

!!> Reading ➳ The Philosopher Prince (Drusus #2)  ➬ Author Paul Waters – Diclofenac16.us
  • Paperback
  • 350 pages
  • The Philosopher Prince (Drusus #2)
  • Paul Waters
  • English
  • 14 May 2017
  • 0230746128

    10 thoughts on “!!> Reading ➳ The Philosopher Prince (Drusus #2) ➬ Author Paul Waters – Diclofenac16.us


  1. says:

    I usually feel bad for giving a book that I sort of had fun with while reading just three stars, because most of the time, I loved the characters so much that I would just like to ignore the weakness of the story, the plot holes and the logic fails but here It s the other way around I LOVED the story Every step of it I would love to read the exact same story again, if the author fixed just one thing The first person narrator He was super frustrating in his absolute soulless storytelling I usually feel bad for giving a book that I sort of had fun with while reading just three stars, because most of the time, I loved the characters so much that I would just like to ignore the weakness of the story, the plot holes and the logic fails but here It s the other way around I LOVED the story Every step of it I would love to read the exact same story again, if the author fixed just one thing The first person narrator He was super frustrating in his absolute soulless storytelling It was like reading a historical record from an outsider most of the time and not right from the brain of someone who was right in the middle of things.You and the person you love most in the world get karrested by an enemy who hates you Just calmly describe what happens No panic No concern No reassuring gestures.The person yo...


  2. says:

    A fantastic read I bought this book without knowing much about it years ago and it took me a lot of searching to finally decide to read it But I was hooked almost from the start Took me a while to read but I wasn t reading much.Drusus, who is the narrator is very relatable He is loyal as is Marcellus, his friend, soulmate and lover I read thi...


  3. says:

    This is a sequel to Cast Not The Day Drusus and Marcellus have been arrested in Britain and are sent to Gaul, to be transferred to Emperor Constans court, but when they arrive in Gaul, they are treated as guests and not criminals, and become part of the court of the current Caesar a sort of vice emperor , Julian As in the previous book, the enemy are Christians, at least some of the higher ups Julian is a very interesting historical character, being a believer in the old gods, hence out o This is a sequel to Cast Not The Day Drusus and Marcellus have been arrested in Britain and are sent to Gaul, to be transferred to Emperor Constans court, but when they arrive in Gaul, they are treated as guests and not criminals, and become part of the court of the current Caesar a sort of vice emperor , Julian As in the previous book, the enemy are Christians, at least some of the higher ups Julian is a very interesting historical character, being a beli...

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