Galdir - Protector of Rome



[EPUB] ✿ Galdir - Protector of Rome ❄ Fredrik Nath – E17streets4all.co.uk A TALE OF DEADLY CONSPIRACIES, BRUTAL BATTLES AND DIVIDED LOYALTY His life in tatters, the nation over which he presided now annexed by Rome, Galdir returns to the city from which he once escaped as a A TALE OF DEADLY CONSPIRACIES, BRUTAL BATTLES Protector of PDF/EPUB ì AND DIVIDED LOYALTY His life in tatters, the nation over which he presided now annexed by Rome, Galdir returns to the city from which he once escaped as a slave But this time he s no innocent boy, and he quickly rises to become bodyguard Galdir - PDF/EPUB or to Emperor Commodus For in this den of thieves and scoundrels lies Galdir s only hope of persuading the Senate to rescind the Roman fetters that hold his people But the veteran swordsman becomes caught up in a fight to protect the mad Emperor, and must face his own people in a cataclysmic - Protector of ePUB ↠ battle to end all opposition to Rome Protector of Rome brings the epic tale of Galdir full circle right back to the city that once enslaved him.Galdir - Protector of Rome

Fredrik Nath is a full time neurosurgeon Protector of PDF/EPUB ì He lives in the northeast of England with his wife and daughter, his three sons having grown up and flown the coop In his time, he has run twenty consecutive Great North Run half marathons, trekked to m in Nepal, crossed the highest mountain pass Galdir - PDF/EPUB or in the world and began writing, like John Buchan, because he ran out of penny novels to read and felt he should write his own Fred loves a good story, which is why he writes From The Cyclist.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 430 pages
  • Galdir - Protector of Rome
  • Fredrik Nath
  • English
  • 27 February 2019

10 thoughts on “Galdir - Protector of Rome

  1. says:

    Galdir, a Warlord of the Franks, is a tall, blonde, battle scared German warrior in his early thirties when this book begins in Rome, circa 180 A.D After adventures that are detailed in Galdir A Slave s Tale and Galdir Rebel of the North, Galdir is now a bodyguard for the gorgeous widow of a Roman patrician Galdir s story in Protector of Rome, written in the first person later in his storied life, begins on October 22, 180, the day of the Emperor Commodus s Triumph.Galdir Protector of Ro Galdir, a Warlord of the Franks, is a tall, blonde, battle scared German warrior in his early thirties when this book begins in Rome, circa 180 A.D After adventures that are detailed in Galdir A Slave s Tale and Galdir Rebel of the North, Galdir is now a bodyguard for the gorgeous widow of a Roman patrician Galdir s story in Protector of Rome, written in the first person later in his storied life, begins on October 22, 180, the day of the Emperor Commodus s Triumph.Galdir Protector of Rome is actually three books in one It is divided into these three sections Commodus the Emperor, Duras the King, Galdir the Warlord Each of the three sections could easily have been issued as a separate novel When you purchase a Galdir book, you get your money s worth You have hundreds of pages of action, and a front row view of Ancient Roman history.I don t wish to post any spoilers here, so I ll just say that Galdir plays the cards he has to gain what he wants for himself and for his people Those cards demand much sacrifice and physical suffering, as well as a continual struggle to keep his honor while living at the center of the corrupt capital of the disintegrating Roman Empire.Galdir s almost childlike embrace of honor and duty and love makes him blind, at times, to the deceit around him, which is perhaps why he is not completely contaminated by it.The books in the Galdir Saga series follow Galdir from child barbarian, to slave, to rebel soldier, to bodyguard, to royal bodyguard, and finally to the tribal leader he was born to become Galdir Protector of Rome is a well written, well edited, richly imagined, well researched book full of period detail, especially expert in military details and the description of the frequent fight and battle scenes It is an adventure saga that does not disappoint.Read my full review and illustrated review at Italophile Book Reviews

  2. says:

    I have now read all three of the galdir books and hope that there is a fourth The story is definitely not finished

  3. says:

    This is the second in the series I have read from this author I enjoyed it as much as the first Very descriptive, portraying Galdir back in Rome, and giving a vivid insight into life at court with the mad emperor Commodus Overall very well written, but as with the first book, a bit lacking in punctuation I will, however, continue to readfrom this author.http ebookproofreader.wordpress.com This is the second in the series I have read from this author I enjoyed it as much as the first Very descriptive, portraying Galdir back in Rome, and giving a vivid insight into life at court with the mad emperor Commodus Overall very well written, but as with the first book, a bit lacking in punctuation I will, however, continue to readfrom this author.http ebookproofreader.wordpress.com

  4. says:

    Great StoryThe author has given his readers an excellent picture of the corruption in ancient Rome and the indulgences of a mad emperor The dialogue is good and the descriptions are well written.

  5. says:

    Interesting and original historical background with some inaccuracies The dialog was a little thin I thought but overall entertaining.

  6. says:

    Read this nowGreat read, great story, action packed, this book is a fitting follow up to the last two in the series.

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