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Sol of the Coliseum by Adam Gaylord
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Sol of the Coliseum

by Adam Gaylord

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“Sol of the Coliseum” By Adam Gaylord, is a wonderful adventure story, reminiscent of the old swords and sandals flicks I loved as a child. Sol, born into slavery in the Coliseum, accepts his lack of freedom and takes on the role as a gladiator. His successes as a fighter and personal moral strength, result in him making unlikely friendships with his fellow captives, and set him up as a hero of the people. Little does he suspect, his greatest enemy lies outside of the walls of the Coliseum.

The tale is set on a distant world with two suns, and a wealth of interesting creatures. The parallels with the ancient Roman Empire provide a sense of familiarly. The book is entertaining, easy to read, with a well-paced story. Suitable reading for a mature audience – contains frequent violence, and events which some may find distressing (or really fabulous depending on personal tastes). ( )
  SarahEBear | Feb 16, 2016 |
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