4 edition of Twilight of Empire found in the catalog.
|Statement||as set down by Francis Williams.|
|LC Classifications||DA585.A8 F7 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||264 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||264|
|LC Control Number||78005918|
“Hugely enjoyable. The author winds a tension spring to an explosion of fast-paced events. If you like Scarrow you'll love this.”—Conn Iggulden, #1 New York Times-bestselling author “Twilight of Empire - War at the Edge of the World is an impressive debut by Ian James Ross. Set in a little-known era of the Roman Empire - the early 4th century AD - it throws us Brand: ABRAMS. Twilight of Empire, Book 2 By: Ian Ross Narrated by: Jonathan Keeble Length: 12 hrs and 43 mins Unabridged Overall out of 5 stars 3 Performance.
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The truth, however, is much more prosaic and the lovers a lot tawdrier, as told in Greg King and Penny Wilson's superb new history, "Twilight of Empire: The Tragedy at Mayerling". The "Empire" referred to in the book's title is the Hapsburg empire /5(74).
Twilight of Empire (Winning of America Series) First Edition (thus) by Allan W. Eckert (Author)/5(47). It is Greg King and Penny Wilson’s aim, in“Twilight of Empire,” to provide a satisfying explanation for the incident at Mayerling. In this they have succeeded marvelously, offering up a lucid and entertaining historical portrait along the way.”4/4(1).
The 'Twilight of Empire' series is a sequence of novels set in the early 4th century, a dramatic and violent era which saw the rise of the Emperor Constantine and the transformation of the Roman : Ian James Ross.
"Twilight of Empire" is the sixth book and covers The Black Hawk War of I did not know much of the conflict other than Abraham Lincoln saw brief military service and hoped to learn more of the its cause and outcome/5. I read the first book included in Twilight of Empire while I was on a cruise a couple of weeks ago.
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Green /5(9). Twilight of Empire is a fascinating, and well researched book on the tragedy at Mayerling. Twilight of Empire book I also found the desciptions of Vienna at that time very interesting, the people in the book were interesting read about/5(51). Many political books -- no matter what party they are from -- are ill-conceived rants that make people mad, rather than making them think.
Perceval Press's "Twilight of Empire: Responses to Occupation" breaks that trend with understated, thought-provoking essays on the controversial Iraq war, which provide a pat on the hand and a punch to gut at the same s: 6. "Twilight of Empire" by Greg King and Penny Wilson, dealing with the murder-suicide of Rudolf, Crown Prince of Austria and his lover, Baroness Mary Vetsera inis a gem of a history book, certainly one of the best I read this year.4/5(86).
Twilight of Empire Book IV THE MASK OF COMMAND. Head of Zeus, January It’s the early 4th century and the Roman Empire is divided. Crispus, Emperor Constantine’s heir, is sent northwards to bring order to the Germanic tribes. But Aurelius Castus, commander of Crispus’s army, discovers the most dangerous enemies are the most secret.
From Book 1: AN EMPIRE IN DECLINE. Centurion Aurelius Castus – once a soldier in the elite legions of the Danube – believes his glory days are over, as he finds himself in the cold, grey wastes of northern Britain, battling to protect an empire in decline.
This is the second instalment of “Twilight of Empire”, Ian Ross’ series of books on the reign of Emperor Constantine, and the author’s second book. In a nutshell, it is as good as the first one, is easily worth five stars and I can only recommend it/5().
This superb and gripping book by this very fine author is the 4th volume of the ever more captivating "Twilight of the Empire" series.
The historical background of this splendid tale is wonderfully researched and explained by the author in his author's note, and once again the real events that took place are superbly outlined within this book/5(19).
This very entertaining book is the 5th volume of the fabulous "'Twilight of the Empire" series by the author Ian Ross. The historical details concerning this story are splendidly researched and explained, from what is known or suggested by historians, within the author's note at /5.
This is the last book in Allan Eckert's Winning of America Series. "Twilight of Empire" chronicles the little-known but bloody Indian uprising in western Illinois in that became known as Black Hawk's war was named after the leader of the uprising, an old battle-hardened Sauk war chief named Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak Black Hawk.5/5(4).
Twilight of Empire is a fascinating, and well researched book on the tragedy at Mayerling. I also found the desciptions of Vienna at that time very interesting, the people in the book were interesting read about.
I enjoyed learning more about Mayerling, and Austrian history, and also about the end of the Habsburgs which ended a few years later/5(60). In the thrilling third installment in Ian James Ross’s epic Twilight of the Empire series, the Roman Empire is on the brink of civil war.
From the author who “wraps mystery, action, myth, and deceit into one page turner of a book” (Nerd Reactor) comes Battle for Rome. War is on the horizon for the Roman Empire, and only Maxentius, tyrant of Rome, stands between the Brand: ABRAMS.
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Twilight of Empire Allan W. Eckert, Author Little Brown and Company $ (0p) ISBN More By and About This Author. OTHER BOOKS. A Sorrow in Our Heart Buy this book. Praise for Twilight of Empire “It is Greg King and Penny Wilson’s aim, in“Twilight of Empire,” to provide a satisfying explanation for the incident at Mayerling.
In this they have succeeded marvelously, offering up a lucid and entertaining historical portrait along the way.”. Battle for Rome book. Read 26 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
The Roman Empire is on the brink of civil war. Only Maxentius, tyra /5(26).“Twilight of Empire” is a stirring account of tragedy, intrigue, and a most awful act that left the world wondering why.
This book sheds light on the reasons this tragedy happened, without sensationalist speculation. No one really knows exactly what happened on that tragic night or .Belle epoque Vienna, a dizzy whirl of “sugary pastries” and “cheerful gaiety,” forms the setting for this lurid tale of lust and death in the waning days of the Hapsburg Empire.