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I have read all Saylor's "Roma Sub Rosa" books and at first was happy to find them in audio. However, I found myself unable to listen to the narrator (Scott Harrison) who reads the other books in the series. Three chapters into the audiotape of "Arms of Nemesis" (one of the best books in the series) I threw up my hands and picked up the printed book. This audio of "The Triumph of Caesar", read by Ralph Cosham, is much better, and his older voice fits the now much older Gordianus. The story is a good one,although not the best of the series. I'd love to see some of the earlier books redone with a decent narrator.
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Scott Harrison was a terrible reader for the two prior audiobook versions of Saylor's "Roma Sub Rosa," Gordianus the Finder, mystery novels. On this one, Ralph Cosham does a great job. I hope that he's hard at work on the other titles in the series.
Good history. Good characters. Good story. All around good stuff! Give me more.
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