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William Napier

Historical Fiction

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1bertyboy
Dec 30, 2015, 9:30am Top

Has anyone read anything by this author?

2dkhiggin
Edited: Jan 5, 2016, 4:59pm Top

I read the first book in his Atilla series, and I have the second one but have not yet read it. I gave the first one three stars, so it must have been reasonable. It's been over a year already...

ETA: It's actually been five years since I read the first book and I can't remember too many details. Sorry.

3bernsad
Jan 1, 2016, 8:23pm Top

Touchstone: William Napier

4Lynxear
Jan 11, 2016, 3:09pm Top

I also stopped reading his Atilla series after the first book. The story was decent though unbelievable that a boy slave could survive a battle where 90% are killed and he had no military training. I was put off by his use of modern slang cliches when the novel was set in Roman times... that ruins it for me.

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