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Divided Empire (Flavius Vitulasius #1) Britain, 391 AD The Geographical, Political And Social Outlines Of The Annexed Nation Are Being Constantly Redefined, As The Battling Powers In Rome Attempt To Seize Control Of The Empire Flavius Vitulasius And His Trusted Associate, Siward, Are Journeying To Receive A Highly Confidential Mission, Across The Narrow Sea, From The Master Of Offices In Gaul On Their Path, They Stumble Upon A Seeming Damsel In Distress, Her Carriage Under Attack From Bandits Using All Their Prowess And Experience, Flavius And Siward Rescue The Damsel From Certain Death Nevertheless, The Beautiful Young Lady, Corellia Velva, Is Not As She Seems When Corellia Slips Away The Following Night, Flavius Thinks Nothing Of It He Has Orders Passed Down From The Emperor Himself To Attend To A Document, The Pagan Concord , Threatens To Pull Apart Britain At The Seams, Creating The Lurking Fear Of Civil War Between The Christians And Pagans If Flavius And Siward Can Recover The Pagan Concord , They Will Be Able To Unmask The Conspirators Behind The Unrest With The Help Of An Ardent Christian, Lucius Aurelius, The Trio Commence Their Enquiries In A Clearly Divided Britain However, Their Expedition Takes An Unexpected Turn When They Visit The Town Of Their First Suspect Once Again, They Come Across Corellia She Fervently Denies Any Knowledge Of Flavius And Siward, Suggesting That It Is A Case Of Mistaken Identity, Prompting Suspicion From Flavius The Disquiet Among Pagans Soon Becomes Clear, As Ritualistic Sacrifices And Mysterious Disappearances Soon Become The Norm, While Flavius Attempts To Track Down The Pagan Concord And Save The Country Of His Origin It Is Not Long Before He Has Some Unwelcome Attention, As Murderous Villains Stalk His Every Move Can Flavius Locate The Document In Time Is There To Corellia Than Meets The Eye Can He Escape The Clutches Of His Murderous Pursuers, And Uncover A Conspiracy That Goes Right To The Top Divided Empire Is A Compelling Piece Of Historical Fiction The First In A Series, There Is An Unexpected Twist Around Every Action Packed Corner Endeavour Press Is The UK S Leading Independent Digital Publisher For Information On Our Titles Please Sign Up To Our Newsletter At Www.endeavourpress.com Each Week You Will Receive Updates On Free And Discounted Ebooks Follow Us On Twitter EndeavourPress And On Facebook Via We Are Always Interested In Hearing From Our Readers Endeavour Press Believes That The Future Is Now.


10 thoughts on “Divided Empire (Flavius Vitulasius #1)

  1. says:

    RomEXIT Having initially heard about Divided Empire and it s author Brian Kitchen, on Radio Derby I decided to give this book a read I am very much interested in Roman history so I thought reading this book might just give me a different perspective to the norm.From page one, the story hit the ground running and it did not let up till the final paragraph The author has obviously spent a great deal of his time and effort to get the smallest of details correct.The names of characters and the RomEXIT Having initially heard about Divided Empire and it s author Brian Kitchen, on Radio Derby I decided to give this book a read I am very much interested in Roman history so I thought reading this book might just give me a different perspective to the norm.From page one, the story hit the ground running and it did not let up till the final paragraph The author has obviously spent a great deal of his time and effort to get the smallest of details correct.The names of characters and the places visited throughout the book bring a good accuracy and realness to the events tha...


  2. says:

    This is a great novel The story is gripping, full of action and suspense The characters are diverse and well developed Brian Kitchen has done a wonderful job of weaving this great tale seamlessly into a historical backdrop It is obvious that he did a lot of research before writing this story E...


  3. says:

    Superb Believable characters that actually were not superman Travelling by civilian methods e.g boat to market towns, an industrial area,a temple all in search of a group of criminals Loved it as it was not, or profess to be a military epic


  4. says:

    Divided Empire is a fast paced and action packed story, set in the 4th century, at a time when the Roman Empire in the West was in serious decline The author has obviously researched the period extensively and his detailed descriptions draw us into the sights, sounds and smells of the towns and countryside, as well as the religions and politics of the time The characters are well drawn and believable, from the high ranking Roman officials, some with questionable motives, to groups of bloodthir Divided Empire is a fast paced and action packed story, set in the 4th century, at a time when the Roman Empire in the West was in serious decline The author has obviously researched the period extensively and his detailed descriptions draw us into the sights, sounds and smells of the towns and countryside, as well as the religions and politics of the time The characters are well drawn and believable, from the high ranking Roman officials, some with questionable motives, to groups of bloodthirsty thugs, tempestuous travelling players and women who know how to wield a weapon or two, as well as the ability to hide a few secrets.Follo...


  5. says:

    Mr Kitchen takes us way back into time, to the later days of the Roman Empire a time of political and religious division, barbarian invasions and civil wars Flavius Vitulasius is a young secret agent hunting for an important document in his native Britain, which, if published, could lead to an uprising of the many pagans in the country His adventures are both thrilling and hilarious, and there isn t a dull moment in this story a wonderfully lively spy thriller that makes ancient Rome come a Mr Kitchen takes us way back into time, to the later days of the Roman Empire a time of political and religious division, barbarian invasions and civil wars Flavius Vitulas...


  6. says:

    An incredible action packed adventure As much as I m a fan of historical fiction, I love superbly written novels with engaging characters and lots of action Brian Kitchen delivers on all fronts with Divided Empire in this epic adventure set in 4th century Roman Britain The author s keen eye for detail, character development and dialogue combined with a steady flow of action scenes makes this a fantastic read and one that I couldn t put down, but at the same time didn t want to end I can t wai An incredible action packed adventure As much as I m a fan of historical fiction, I love superbly written novels with engaging characters and lots of action Brian Kitchen delivers on all fronts with Divided Empire in this epic adventure set in 4th century Roman Britain The author s keen eye for detail, character...


  7. says:

    A scintillating story of adventure in the late 4th century as agents of the Emperor try to piece together a plot to bring back Pagan worship to Britannia and to retrieve a document that identifies the leaders Plenty of twists and surprises as Flavius and friends find there isto it than meets the eye and people aren t always who or what they seem Action galore awaits as the team travels in pursuit of a mysterious woman and a gang of vicious cut throats who also want that document, at any A scintillating story of adventure in the late 4th century as agents of the Emperor try to piece together a plot to bring back Pagan worship to Britannia and to retrieve a document ...


  8. says:

    It has taken me a long time to read this book, having bought it in February, and it is perhaps this that has affected my view of it It s not bad and I certainly like the concept and the author s portrait of Britain in the final throes of the Roman Empire However, I wasn t convinced by some of the dialogue and, given this is so important in driving a plot forwards, I didn t feel as invested in the main protagonists as I should have done Asked to put a finger on why the dialogue didn t grab m It has taken...


  9. says:

    Read this a while ago now Found it to be well researched, the author using his knowledge to build a good and believeable view on late Roman Britain.I enjoyed the plot, it moved at a satisfying pace and didn t lull or pause, the prose was solid.One small gripe is I found the cha...


  10. says:

    Epic historical thriller I was intrigued by the first chapter vias look inside I continued reading and found myself fascinated by the intensity of the story A roller coaster of action, adventure, mystery and suspense It is obvious the author spent much time researching this intriguing novel.


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