[PDF / Epub] ☁ When the Eagle Hunts By Simon Scarrow – Loanexpress.us

When the Eagle HuntsNo Terr Vel Inverno De 44 D.C., Vinte Mil Legion Rios Estacionados Na Brit Nia Aguardam Impacientemente Que A Primavera Chegue Para Retomarem A Conquista Da Ilha A Resist Ncia Bret Est Cada Vez Mais Aguerrida E Os Nativos N O Perdem Uma Oportunidade De Minar Os Esfor Os Da Poderosa Roma Quando Os Mais Selvagens Resistentes, Os Dru Das Da Lua Negra, Capturam A Mulher E Os Filhos Do General Aulo Pl Ucio, Necess Rio Recorrer A Uma Medida Dr Stica Dois Volunt Rios Da Segunda Legi O Que Se Infiltrem Em Territ Rio Inimigo Numa Tentativa Desesperada De Resgatarem Os Prisioneiros Essa Sorte Cabe Ao Centuri O Macro E Ao Jovem Cato Na Calada Da Noite, Abandonam O Acampamento Com A Miss O De Encontrarem A Fam Lia Do General Antes Que Seja Sacrificada Aos Deuses Negros Dos Dru Das Os Dois Homens Sabem Que Se Encaminham Para Uma Morte Quase Certa E A Sua Nica Esperan A Que, Com Coragem E Engenho, Possam Ludribiar Os Inimigos Mais Selvagens E Cru Is Que Alguma Vez Combateram Essa Sorte Cabe Ao Centuri O Macro E Ao Jovem Cato Na Calada Da Noite, Partem Procura Da Fam Lia Do General Antes Que Seja Sacrificada Aos Deuses Negros Dos Dru Das Os Dois Homens Sabem Que Caminham Para Uma Morte Quase Certa E A Sua Nica Esperan A Que, Com Coragem E Engenho, Possam Ludribiar Os Inimigos Mais Sanguin Rios Que Alguma Vez Combateram.

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  1. says:

    If you are a Simon Scarrow fan then please shield your eyes, this is not going to be pretty I can t believe it I bought this book and two others in the series based purely on the good reviews left for it on goodreads So what I can t believe is how it got them in the first place This book is atrocious and it s no wonder that people can pick them up from bargain bins in supermarkets I m sure if I got a pair of scissors and cut out all the dialogue I may have myself a book that may be worth reading, but considering I m not going to do that I ve decided to go immediately and trade all three books two of which are unread and brand new from the bookstore at our local book exchange I will lose money on them, but I don t have room for books like this on my shelves.I could only suffer through half of this title before removing my bookmark for good and shoving the book away in disgust How does this author get good reviews and sell books It reads as if written by a ten year old The dialogue is woeful and of no substance, and is all modern day language I doubt an Iceni woman from 44AD a woman who is actually Boudica during her single days would be saying, What kind of a girl do you think I am I m not some cheap tart I mean seriously, how amatuer hour is this stuff Open any page and it s blaringly rank No, Cato whispered, It s your kinsman who s in danger He s ha...


  2. says:

    Cada vez m s novela y menos Historia G nero Novela hist rica Lo que nos cuenta La familia del general Plautio naufraga camino de encontrase con el patriarca en Britania y cae en manos de fuerzas hostiles a Roma, la logia de los druidas de la Luna Oscura Adem s de enfrentarse a los grupos locales que tratan de detener el avance de las legiones, Cato y Macro se ver n envueltos en el intento de rescate de los rehenes Tercer libro de la serie de Quinto LicinioCato Quiere saber...


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    We few, we happy few, we band of brothers You d think the II Legion Augusta would have had a easier ride hiking through the south west of England If you know about this side of the country, you d know the stereotype easy going, farmers, cider drinkers Take out the first and third term, you wouldn t be far off the mark The land is fertile and would provide land based food stuffs for the Roman forces, instead of relying on produce brought from overseas A marching diet generally consisted of gruel, oats, watered down wine, dried and salted meats such as beef, pork and sometimes horse Tasty What they need is fresh produce Legate Vespasian and his II Legion also need to rescue General Aulus Plautius family whom were shipwrecked due west of Dover from the clutches of The Dark Moon a fictional sect of druids whom preformed human sacrifice to appease their god Did human sacrifice actually take place during this period I believe it did, evidence points to this most recently in the last 3 years a discovery was found in wind caves somewhere in York...


  4. says:

    This is by far the best book of the series yet The book is about a pair of Roman legionaries and their adventures as army officers which include leading from the front to solo spy and rescue mission, the setting is Roman invasion of Briton The book is perfect mixture of historical facts and creative embellishment, while the timeline, battle style and strategy are historically accurate, the adventure and the one on one fight are realistic and not mystically heroic, only the characters and plot are made up for enriching the reading experience The take on Boudica and Prasutagus are wacky, fun and totally unexpected This book has darker tone then the previous ones in the series, with the Druids bringing the stakes up Did feel the middle kind of got borin...


  5. says:

    Dastardly Druids have captured Roman citizens who they plan to burn alive Marco and Cato are sent to attempt a rescue and must battle incredible odds aided by Marco s new girlfriend Boadicea Yep it is far fetched an...


  6. says:

    Finally a book in the Eagle series that didn t feel like a huge waste of time reading.It has taken this far in to make me actually enjoy slightly too strong a word one and if I m honest, if I hadn t been over eager and bought all the books before having read any, I probably wouldn t have bothered with the series again.This book can neatly be summed up as Macro Cato versus some typically evil as hell Druid bastards who ve captured some Romans the family of General Plautius himself no less and the story essentially revolves around the rescue attempt.Most of the irks I had with the previous books in the series don t seem as much of an issue any as it s either significantly different or it s been long enough between books for me to only see the previous books in a boring, staid light compared to this That said there are similarities between this book and the last specifically how the plot feels awkwardly bent and warped solely to ensure that Macro Cato two relatively anonymous middling officers are at the very centre of the story all the way through, at the expense of credibility.Other historical fiction manages to pull of making it appear that the lead characters are set on this path thanks to the decision of others, incidental choices and just the way life goes, you know, a casual sense Whereas there s the distinct feeling in this book that the n...


  7. says:

    Si no hubiera sido por mis ex menes , estoy segura de que hubiera acabado este libro antes En este tomo podemos ver como el protagonista principal el optio Cato cada vez va evolucionando cada vez m s y como cada vez tiene m s sentido de la estrategia mejorando sus habilidades como soldado no solo en la lucha que es importante sino tambi n a la hora de trazar planes como ha sido vital en este caso por una misi n casi suicida que junto a Macro ha tenido que realizar Sigue teniendo todav a sus luchas internas sobre lo que est bien y si debe hacer ciertas cosas ahora como soldado y algo que me gusta es que en el fondo sigue siendo l mismo aunque haya cambiado un poco En cuanto a Macro se puede ver que a pesar de su aspecto de hombre duro y fr o por la vida que ha tenido con mucho sufrimiento , en el fondo tiene sentimientos tanto que puede enamorarse y adem s estima y quiere aunque no lo diga mucho a Cato como un hijo Pasando a los personajes secundarios reales en este caso todos me han caido bien aunque ha...


  8. says:

    I saw on the jacket a comment from Bernard Cornwell that I just don t need this competition He s wrong there is no competition, Scarrow is by far the better writer Cornwell wrote the Arthur trilogy of which he can be justly proud and nothing else of worth in all his many books Scarrow writes with increasing confidence with each of these tales of Macro and Cato I could wish he hadn t used Boudica as a character i...


  9. says:

    Continua a saga Uma boa hist ria e bem contada Por vezes o ritmo hipn tico.Obrigado, Simon.


  10. says:

    Wow Definitely the best addition to the Macro Cato series so far Throughout these epic novels, Scarrow seamlessly switches from the personal POV of Macro and Cato to the view point of the army as a whole, to the ongoing invasion of Britain, and back again without a glitch It s very cleverly done and keeps you hanging on to every word He doesn t bombard the reader with technicality or historical terms that might leave people like myself scratching their heads over it I really admire his style for this it is quite some skill.As for When The Eagle Hunts , it s a fast and furious read with non stop action and dilemma Scarrow doesn t really need to set his main protagonists up, however he does describe their roots enough for new readers of the series to be able to enjoy it without going too far and re explaining everything to veterans to the books Although Scarrow s plotline hides fresh suspense round every corner, his characters are immense and really enjoyable to follow Fresh faces Boudica and Prasutagus are very well rounded and likeable, alongside some of the familiar comrades Vespasian for example, with his softer qualities but stern exterior is a particular favourite of mine Scarrow gives even the m...

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