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    review The Lion and the Lamb E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay characters Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ John Henry Clay 3 12 starsIt is about time that books of this kind set in this period of history and of an epic nature begin appearing in bookstore

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay characters Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ John Henry Clay review The Lion and the Lamb What a wonderful novel This isn't a period of Roman history I know well but John Henry Clay reveals just how fascinating it is Great storytelling covering so many areas of life across late Roman Britain The author is also to be commended for the female characters Great to see such strong and individual female figures in Roman historical fiction

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay I was impressed with this book; for a debut novel it's well written and I like that the author chose late Roman Britain as his setting

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    John Henry Clay ↠ 7 Free download E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay Set in a period I knew very little about ‘The Lion and The Lamb’ I found to be in the end an excellent book instantly engaging really well written and a thoroughly good investment of my and your time and money OK I got it as a Christmas present so of my friend’s money But I digressIt is set during what seems to be the latter

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay A remarkable first novel So well researched and the setting so well depicted that I almost imagined I had time traveled to Roman Britain The characters the author selected rang true as did the politics of the time I enjoy historical novels set in the Middle Ages and this one is right up there with such greats as Eagle I

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    John Henry Clay ↠ 7 Free download characters Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ John Henry Clay E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay Great read but I felt some parts were rushed and others were dragged out so sometimes the pace felt a little off for me However I loved the characters felt connected to them and enjoyed the plot I couldn’t put the book down at points hence the 4 stars and if the pace was right then it would definitely have been a 5

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    review The Lion and the Lamb John Henry Clay ↠ 7 Free download characters Ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ↠ John Henry Clay This novel is set in 4th century Britain with the province under attack from barbarian tribes and the Roman army in a state of confusion It tells the story of Paul a noble young Roman who flees home after a family uarrel and is press ganged into service as a foot soldier Meanwhile his sister Amanda struggles with growing up in the stultifying atmosphere of a noble household and escaped slave Eachna tries to make her way to safe

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay Set in Britain in the fourth century AD The Lion and The Lamb is the story of Paul a young man from a wealthy and respected Romano British family who runs away from home after killing his brother in a uarrel joins the army as a lowly foot soldier falls in love with a crippled Irish slave who redeems him and returns to his family just in time to save his community from the Great Barbarian conspiracy in which an alliance of barbarian tribes

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay Set in a richly coloured Roman Britain in the mid fourth century this novel is a wonderful depiction of this place and time and is written in gorgeous prose The Lion and the Lamb interweaves the storylines of four main characters P

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    E–pub Free The Lion and the Lamb by John Henry Clay Chewed through it in one night Great characterization excellent authorial voice compelling plot with great twists which somehow had all the best bits of historical fiction and none of the worst I usually stay away from historical fiction as reading it usually ends with me rending my hair and shouting but that's anachronistic but of course John avoids all of those pitfalls except for the use of Old English and if Helen Foxhall Forbes thinks

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The Lion and the Lamb characters ¹ 7 Britain AD366 The island is at peace her people enjoying an age of prosperity such as they have never known But from beyond the northern frontier into the Four Provinces come unsettling rumours the barbarians are rising eager to prey on the riches of the south And they are not alone; with them conspire traitors from within Bri. What a wonderful novel This isn t a period of Roman history I know well but John Henry Clay reveals just how fascinating it is Great storytelling covering so many areas of life across late Roman Britain The author is also to be commended for the female characters Great to see such strong and individual female figures in Roman historical fiction

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The Lion and the Lamb characters ¹ 7 Tannia herself fellow Romans but men who seek only power and power for which they are willing to watch their homeland burnAs the shadow of war looms from beyond the Wall Cironius Agnus Paulus a young soldier with a secret past becomes ensnared in a conspiracy that threatens not only him but the home he has forsaken and the fam. A remarkable first novel So well researched and the setting so well depicted that I almost imagined I had time traveled to Roman Britain The characters the author selected rang true as did the politics of the time I enjoy historical novels set in the Middle Ages and this one is right up there with such greats as Eagle In The Snow The Adventurer The Long Ships and AgincourtLittle is actually known about 4th century Roman Britain But the tale the author imagines rings true to me

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The Lion and the Lamb characters ¹ 7 Ily he loves To survive he must desert the field army and embark on an odyssey to reclaim his home and his birthright and rescue his nobility For when the barbarians surge into the civilised heart of Britannia when the generals fall and the politicians flee will the lights go out Who will have the courage to stand against them. This novel is set in 4th century Britain with the province under attack from barbarian tribes and the Roman army in a state of confusion It tells the story of Paul a noble young Roman who flees home after a family uarrel and is press ganged into service as a foot soldier Meanwhile his sister Amanda struggles with growing up in the stultifying atmosphere of a noble household and escaped slave Eachna tries to make her way to safety and freedomThis was an absorbing and memorable novel which kept my interest throughout The detailed research into army life the references to the conventions of noble society and the portrayal of religious conflicts of the time bring the setting to life The battle scenes are exciting and contrast well with the scenes of life in Corinium or the villas The characters are well developed and human in their faults especially Amanda I felt Eachna slipped into the background in the later part of the novel and became uite passive which didn t really fit with her earlier strength and determination However I did like the way Clay brings out the deviousness of the political classes and the hypocrisy of the church hierarchy through the actions of the minor charactersI hadn t previously read any historical fiction set in Roman times and this has been a great introduction which has inspired me to read books set in this era I am also looking forward to books from this author

  • Paperback
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  • The Lion and the Lamb
  • John Henry Clay
  • English
  • 18 February 2020
  • 9781444761344