The Far Arena Book Jacket Tags: Novel A body is found, in what used to be the German Sea in the Roman . A story of then and now. The Far Arena. His previous novel Bressio was highly acclaimed.
The Far Arena Book Jacket Tags: Novel A body is found, in what used to be the German Sea in the Roman times, this body turns out to be a Roman gladiator and is reanimated. Pan Books in association with Seeker and Warburg. in association with Martin Seeker & Warburg Ltd. 2nd printing 1980.
The knife point came out of his back, and he rolled forward, and there was no blood. It was a theatrical trick, and it had worked. In this empty stone arena, she had witnessed a perfect entrance. In this empty stone arena, she had witnessed a perfect entrance called down to him that he should not have frightened her this way, and he did not answer her. Eugeni was performing for this little arena of ghosts. He slowly ran around the edge, his arms above his head as though giving himself to the games, as a witness they had begun
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He worked as a journalist for the Associated Press before becoming a fiction writer. He was the coauthor, with Warren Murphy, of the Destroyer series of men’s action-adventure novels, which later became the basis for a movie titled Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins. His novel The Body was adapted into a film starring Antonio Banderas and Derek Jacobi.
The book alternates between Eugeni’s life in Rome, and his experiences coming to grips with being alive, and being in the modern world.
Released from the Arctic ice after two millennia, a former Roman gladiator must contend with his haunted memories whil. w. hehawaiiproject. The book alternates between Eugeni’s life in Rome, and his experiences coming to grips with being alive, and being in the modern world. The scenes from ancient Rome are simply brilliant - historically accurate, by turns gripping and harrowing, and capture the intrigue of Rome. Interesting details (the Legionnaire’s equivalent of combat pay was called nail pay - because they wore out the nails in their sandals during long marches).
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Author: Richard Sapir
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Secker & Warburg; 1St Edition edition (1979)
Pages: 448 pages
ePUB size: 1325 kb
FB2 size: 1280 kb
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