!!> Reading ➸ Three Slaves of Rome Book One ➰ Author Matthew Wilson – Chainnews.us

Three Slaves of Rome Book One During The Glory Days Of The Roman Empire, Seven Irishmen Living In The Midst Of A Violent War Are Captured And Taken Into Slavery Crossing Paths With A Lifelong Slave, Friendships Are Forged That Lead Them Into An Amazing Adventure.They Traverse The Known World, Seeking A Treasure Dear To Them Some Find Love, But All Encounter Incredible Obstacles And Find Themselves Facing Impossible Odds.

10 thoughts on “Three Slaves of Rome Book One


  1. says:

    I found Matthew Wilson on Twitter I looked up his book, Three Slaves of Rome, and I was intrigued I told him this and I asked him how do I get my hands on this book He then told me that book 1 was currently free on BN. I went and grabbed it I was very excited Mr Wilson then told me that he would love for me to read his book and was curious about my input and review So here is my review with a teeny bit of input.Chapter 1 starts with Teig waking up and realizing he is in shackles He starts remembering things that took place and the screams and battle He realizes he is hurt and soon concludes that the ship s owners had one thing on their mind to sell him at the slave market In chapter 2 it goes back about 8 years, and you start the back story for several chapters, setting you up for Teig s prisoner situation You are introduced to a lot of different characters and enemies After those chapters you are then brought back to the present Teig is in his shackles with a bunch of his Irish clansmen.Tieg s father is a very wise man There are a lot of lessons he tries to teach his son ...


  2. says:

    Bit of a meh It had a promising start that made me very interested in Tieg, his family, and the fate of the clan That wore off about half way through though, especially past the 80% mark where it felt like the author was in a rush to finish and was god modding using deus ex machina to too conveniently skip through the narrative.For a fan of Historical Fiction I also felt like the book sometimes forgot which era it was set in possibly because the author was being vague so to put the characters in history but not a part of notable events, possibly ...


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    This book was recommended to me by a friend and although it is different from the genres I am accustomed to, I am very pleased I gave it a try.Tieg s father had been captured in slavery during the Roman Times and Tieg looked after his sheep during his absence as he remained hopeful that his father would return one day He was very supportive of his mother too Then one night his clan was attacked by another and this turned in a brutal battle Tieg showed so much bravery and courage that he managed to chase the rival clan by himself after much fighting It took his clan a while to find him but when they did, he became their hero and they started treating him as their leader The loss of lives was tragic and his dad returned not long after this terrible conflict to find that they too had lost someone dear to them.When they were betrayed by someone they considered trustworthy, they were attacked when least expected and Tieg and a few others from his clan were captured and shipped off to be sold in slavery This book was so full of surprises, suspense as well as being action packed that it held my attention right through Tieg and his clan members went through a lot of hardship during their captivity but they remained hopeful ...


  4. says:

    Tieg and the BoysThree Slaves of RomeMathew Wilson fills this great book with action, adventure, friendship and romance A tale of Seven Irishmen abiding in the days of the Roman Empire Tieg and his group fend their village, but after the battle they can not find Tieg They went through valleys, crossed streams, and navigated patches of forest until at last they come upon him safe, but tired Homeward bound, As they passed through the gate, people stared at Tieg Some nodded with a look that seemed to offer their condolences, but there was to their curious glances than sympathy Things had changed, and would never be the same again Before the battle had begun, he was a lad a lad who tended the sheep Now he was being looked upon as a leader But alas, that was then and now shackles chafed his raw wrists He looked around to find six other Irish captives all young lads fr...

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