~ Alexandria, Egypt / AD 391 ─ When the great temple of Serapis and its library annex are destroyed by the Christian mob, the Neoplatonist philosopher Hypatia becomes concerned the Great Library might suffer the same fate. She vows to save as much of the ancient knowledge as she can, especially certain telling documents concerning… Continue reading Book Review: Mythos Christos, by Edwin Herbert
Jasper Black is the author of the Gentleman Demon series. He attended the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and studied English as well as Classical Civilizations, but he did not graduate when he realized he could indulge in both of those subjects at home and it would cost significantly less. He also holds interest… Continue reading Book Review: Sever Your Spine, by Jasper Black
Reblogged from: Tickld.com ~ History isn’t just about boring dead guys in powdered wigs. There’s also a good deal of bad-assery involved. This is based on the AskReddit “What was the biggest f*ck you given in history?” Link at the end of the article. 1/16. Galileo’s middle finger is literally on display at the Florence… Continue reading Reblog: 16 Historical Figures Who Got Epic Revenge. Mic Drop.
Cornelius Quaint series, by Darren Craske Book 1 – The Equivoque Principle Blurb Dr. Marvello’s Travelling Circus brings a touch of magic and wonder each time it comes to town, but when a series of gruesome murders coincides with their arrival the performers find themselves caught up in some rather sinister goings on. It falls to ringmaster… Continue reading Book Recommendation: Cornelius Quaint Series, by Darren Craske
~ Don’t miss these greatest hits of historical romance by Rowan McAllister, collected in this exclusive bundle! In A Promise of Tomorrow, Lord James Warren’s routine is shattered when his niece and nephew ask him to help a beautiful young man they’ve only just met: Kyle Allen, alone and running from his abusive lover. Assistance… Continue reading Book Review: Rowan McAllister’s Historical Greatest Hits
Book – Branded Author – Clare London Star rating – ★★★★☆ No. of Pages – 451 Movie Potential – ★★★★★ Ease of reading – very easy to read and follow Would I read it again – Yes. ** I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR, IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW ** Reviewed for… Continue reading Book Review: Branded, by Clare London