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6/16/12 5:37 PM
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antoniomontana
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Any fans?

Just started reading wolf of the plains and I am really enjoying it. Is his other stuff as good?
6/30/12 8:24 PM
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BrutalBackus
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 I'm 3 books in on the Ghengis series, and 3 books in on the Ceaser series.
Love them both
7/3/12 3:15 AM
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nostripewhite
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I read the first 3 in the Ceaser series.

First was good, second was okay... Seems like as he gets further into the series, quality slips. Jack Whyte was the same way.

Have not read anything beyond the first Ghengis book yet, and that was several years ago.
7/27/12 6:56 PM
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Lymond
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Fucking hate him. Zero historical accuracy in his Caesar books, which is a large part of what I look for in historical fiction.
12/19/13 1:29 PM
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Telamon
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I read the Ghengis series and loved them. I was going to grab his other Caeser series next.
1/4/14 7:55 PM
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homegrowncone
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Ghengis was better than Caeser

1/12/14 3:35 PM
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rorymcd
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Lymond - Fucking hate him. Zero historical accuracy in his Caesar books, which is a large part of what I look for in historical fiction.

Agree 100% Irritated me to the point that I couldn't read the Caesar books.

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