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Book Review: Between Two Worlds

by Cheyenne van Langevelde *cover and synopsis from Goodreads* Enid hates the Romans who enslaved her. Broken-hearted over the life she lost in Britain, she vows to bury her name and her past where the Redcrests can never reach it. As years of servitude pass, bitter resignation replaces her longing to return home. Then an… Continue reading Book Review: Between Two Worlds

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Book Review: Detectives in Togas

by Henry Winterfeld True, Rufus wrote "Caius is a dumbbell" on his school tablet, leading to a fight between him and Caius and being expelled from the Xanthos School. But would he really have written the exact same thing on the Temple of Minerva? But all of the facts seem to be pointing to Rufus,… Continue reading Book Review: Detectives in Togas

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Book Review: Rise of the Wolf

by Jennifer A. Nielsen The Praetor War, a battle between both human and gods for Rome, is happening and Nic Calva is at the center of it. The Praetors believe that Nic holds the key to the Malice of Mars, the next of the amulets of the gods after Caesar's bulla. The Praetors are desperate… Continue reading Book Review: Rise of the Wolf

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Book Review: Mark of the Thief

by Jennifer A. Nielsen Nic Calva is a slave in the Roman mines. He lives his life mining away and following the rules, except for the ones that he thinks are stupid. Which means that he refuses to enter a haunted cave to look for a bulla, an amulet, that once belonged to Julius Caesar.… Continue reading Book Review: Mark of the Thief