(E–pub New) [Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1)] By Alan Smale

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CHARACTERS Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) Alan Smale ☆ 7 READ READ Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) 107 It’s The Last of the Mohicans meets HBO’s Rome in this exciting and inventive debut novel from Sidewise Award winner Alan Smale that will thrill fans of alternate history historical fiction and milita. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths Reviews WHAT IF The Roman Empire had never fallenBetter yet what if the Roman Empire not only continued to exist but conuered Europe and then decided to invade the American ContinentSounds interesting rightWell in Clash of Eagles that is exactly what Alan Smale sets out to exploreIn this what if world Rome has continued to grow In the east it is confronted by the Chinese Empire In the west it has followed rumors of gold across the wide sea to a new world inhabited by savages Leading the Roman expedition of conuest is Praetor Gaius Marcellinus who lands in what is obviously the Chesapeake Bay region before discovering that the cities of gold lie far away across the mountains With the whole success of the expedition not to mention his career on the line Gauis sets his army into motion with native guides determined to transverse the wild forested lands cross the distant Allegheny Mountains and reach the flood plains of a huge river where the natives say the people build mountains filled with goldAs the march drags on and on the Romans begin to be worn down sweltering heat overgrown virgin forests the lack of roads and war like natives sucking all hope from their weary limbs Once the column enters the land of the Irouois things become even worse as these fierce fighters constantly stalk the Roman column slinking within the shadowy undergrowth just out of sight waiting to silently ambush and kill scouts hunters and any Roman unlucky enough to be separated from the group But Gauis Marcellinus will not be deterred by the harshness of the conditions because the lure of golden cities along the Mississippi River calls to him and he is determined to claim them for Rome s new western empire Clash of Eagles is one of those alternative history novels that takes the familiar mixes in a few surprises and creates a plausible world filled with amazing variety What I mean by that is here we have authentic Roman soldiers existing in a very traditional North American continent but into this familiar scene Mr Smale mixes in new technologies different historical events and the imaginary clash of two cultures that had no or limited contact with one another in real life yet he presents it in such a way that it never sounds outlandish at allA good book is only as good as its main character though and Mr Smale gives readers a fine one in Gauis Marcellinus He is definitely a Roman a fighting man and a conueror but as the story evolves he begins to show other parts of his personality He shows honor humility love and forgiveness And through Gauis evolution the whole tale of the clash of different cultures comes alive But this is a novel that promises combat between Roman legionaries and tomahawk wielding Native Americans right And I m sure some of you are wondering if Clash delivers on that tantalizing vision Well don t be concerned because it does There is battles galore within these pages Each one blood soaked affairs filled with enough strategy and bloodletting to keep the adrenaline pumping and the nerves twitching But be warned these are a thinking mans fights not so fixated on minute details of every duel that the battles read like a How to Fight Like a Roman Legionnaire manual And just to liven things up even Mr Smale adds in some Native American weapons and fighting techniues that not only surprise Gauis and his Romans but the reader as wellEven with all that gushing however I have to admit that Clash of Eagles did have a few problems that detracted from my enjoyment First this is a one horse story in that Gauis Marcellinus is the only character that really develops While I fully enjoyed his viewpoint I just believe that someone else s viewpoint perhaps a Native American would have lent a great deal to the narrative as a wholeTwo the technological achievements of the Native Americans were never really explained I thought they were great additions to the story very creative on Mr Smale s part but there didn t seem to be any basis for them What I mean is that usually technology progresses steadily from Point A to Point B leaving behind signs of its progress But here the Native Americans just have some really cool technology without any lead up to itThree I love alternative history for the cool history So while I didn t want Clash of Eagles to be a history book I still would have like Mr Smale to have spent a little time telling me how the Roman Empire s timeline diverged from ours why it survived and some other What If factual context such as that I mean the absence of this didn t ruin the story at all but I personally think its inclusion would have made the novel even betterFour even though the Romans were in no way shown as technologically superior in every way to the Native Americans the later parts of the story spent too much time portraying Gauis as the white man bringing modern technology to the red skinned natives It probably wasn t as bad as I just made it sound but our favorite Praetor does a lot of teaching things to the natives Not bad in and of itself just overdone a little bit in my opinionNo matter my complaints I felt Clash of Eagles was a well written engaging alternative history story that mixed an exciting What If scenario with a brilliantly described Native American background By the end I not only found myself entertained but craving to know about the Native American culture that was portrayed so vividly And that is why I ll be following this series going forwardDel Rey Publishing and Netgalley provided this book to me for free in return for an honest review The review above was not paid for or influenced in any way by any person entity or organization but is my own personal opinions The Wicked King in this exciting and Television and Irish Society inventive debut novel from Sidewise Award winner Alan Smale that will thrill fans of alternate history historical fiction and milita. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths Reviews WHAT IF The Roman Empire had never fallenBetter yet what Too Good to Be True if the Roman Empire not only continued to exist but conuered Europe and then decided to An Unuiet Mind A Memoir of Moods and Madness invade the American ContinentSounds الفن الروماني المجلد الأول النحت interesting rightWell Bearings and Azimuths: Step by Step Guide in Clash of Eagles that Hooked on Murder is exactly what Alan Smale sets out to exploreIn this what This Other Eden it ゼツリンMAX!-下半身が乗っ取られた僕-4 エロマンガ島 is confronted by the Chinese Empire In the west Colin and David it has followed rumors of gold across the wide sea to a new world My Lord Hades inhabited by savages Leading the Roman expedition of conuest Burning Desire is Praetor Gaius Marcellinus who lands Numerologia in what How Globalization Works Real World Economics is obviously the Chesapeake Bay region before discovering that the cities of gold lie far away across the mountains With the whole success of the expedition not to mention his career on the line Gauis sets his army Tales of the Slayer Vol 3 into motion with native guides determined to transverse the wild forested lands cross the distant Allegheny Mountains and reach the flood plains of a huge river where the natives say the people build mountains filled with goldAs the march drags on and on the Romans begin to be worn down sweltering heat overgrown virgin forests the lack of roads and war like natives sucking all hope from their weary limbs Once the column enters the land of the Irouois things become even worse as these fierce fighters constantly stalk the Roman column slinking within the shadowy undergrowth just out of sight waiting to silently ambush and kill scouts hunters and any Roman unlucky enough to be separated from the group But Gauis Marcellinus will not be deterred by the harshness of the conditions because the lure of golden cities along the Mississippi River calls to him and he Comfort of a Man is determined to claim them for Rome s new western empire Clash of Eagles Garden of Eden A Practical Guide to Landscaping for Food and Beauty is one of those alternative history novels that takes the familiar mixes Never Bet Against a Smoking Girl in a few surprises and creates a plausible world filled with amazing variety What I mean by that uítate de la Vía Perico is here we have authentic Roman soldiers existing The Architect's Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design in a very traditional North American continent but Garner into this familiar scene Mr Smale mixes Dr. Anarchy’s Rules for World Domination: (Or How I Became God-Emperor of Rhode Island) in new technologies different historical events and the Bloggers Boot Camp imaginary clash of two cultures that had no or limited contact with one another Leander Royal Elite #4 in real life yet he presents Red Russia it First Stories to Last A Lifetime in such a way that The Swan as Metaphor for Love it never sounds outlandish at allA good book Goddess Boot Camp Oh My Gods #2 is only as good as இந்த குளத்தில் கல் எறிந்தவர்கள் its main character though and Mr Smale gives readers a fine one The Death of Long Steam Lady in Gauis Marcellinus He Dogs of God: Columbus, the Inquisition, and the Defeat of the Moors is definitely a Roman a fighting man and a conueror but as the story evolves he begins to show other parts of his personality He shows honor humility love and forgiveness And through Gauis evolution the whole tale of the clash of different cultures comes alive But this Singing Lessons wCD is a novel that promises combat between Roman legionaries and tomahawk wielding Native Americans right And I m sure some of you are wondering Sweet Enough to Eat if Clash delivers on that tantalizing vision Well don t be concerned because The Interspecies Sex Bundle The Interspecies Sex Series #1 3 it does There Code Girls The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers Who Helped Win World War II is battles galore within these pages Each one blood soaked affairs filled with enough strategy and bloodletting to keep the adrenaline pumping and the nerves twitching But be warned these are a thinking mans fights not so fixated on minute details of every duel that the battles read like a How to Fight Like a Roman Legionnaire manual And just to liven things up even Mr Smale adds Star Crossed in some Native American weapons and fighting techniues that not only surprise Gauis and his Romans but the reader as wellEven with all that gushing however I have to admit that Clash of Eagles did have a few problems that detracted from my enjoyment First this Anaximander is a one horse story Sisterhood Is Powerful An Anthology of Writings from the Women's Liberation Movement in that Gauis Marcellinus Flames of Retribution Storm of Prophecy #3; 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CHARACTERS Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) Alan Smale ☆ 7 READ READ Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) 107 Fully underestimated the fighting prowess of the Native American inhabitants When Gaius is caught behind enemy lines and spared he must reevaluate his allegiances and find a new place in this strange land. Marcellinus lay still panting as those fireflies danced The body of the Iroua rested on top of him uivering as his life drained away into the dirt Marcellinus savored the man s death His part in this battle was done and if he shoved the body away and tried to stand he risked getting a flaming arrow in his own back for his pains What would have happened if the Roman Empire never collapsedThat is the uestion Alan Smale takes on in the alternate history fantasy series Clash of EaglesSet in AD 1218 the first installment follows Gaius Publius Marcellinus a veteran warrior and Praetor The Emperor has sent him and the 33rd Legion on a trek across the continent to invade Nova Hesperia newly discovered land which is what we now know as North America Expecting an easy victory the Romans were severely underestimating their enemies Outnumbered and outskilled the Romans end up losing badly against the Cahokians Marcellinus is captured by the indigenous tribe and finds himself living among themBattles ensue personalities clash loyalties are tested cultures are integrated and the majority of it feels authentic It s evident that Smale did his research Though he clearly took some liberties with certain flying instruments used in this version of historyThe city of Cahokia actually existed and was located near the Mississippi River Consisting of about 20000 people it was one of the largest cities in the world at the time Known for being Mound Builders the ancient city was covered in at least 120 earthen mounds totaling about 16 kms Having never heard of Cahokia before it was fascinating to read about it once I finished Clash of Eagles Envisioning the landscape and how glorious it must have looked back then the elaborately planned community with such amazing architecture Women could wield power in Roma They could lead dynasties rule great households sometimes even manipulate the entire Imperium from behind the scenes Yet none were warriors the way Cahokian women were and of the warrior women none was as competent and impressive as Sintikala She was fast and aggressive tough and a little haughty Although I have always been interested in ancient Rome I m not the most avid historical fiction reader I ve gone through phases but it isn t necessarily something that completely holds my attention as much especially these days Historical fiction seems to ebb and flow in popularity with a recent rise over the years People dig reading about different time periods in historical settings that actually existed Historical fiction is such a broad umbrella term though isn t it There s historical fantasy alternate or alternative fiction speculative fiction some people believe alternate history is sci fi other s refuse to consider it as such sub genre sub genre SUB SUB SUB GENRE Oof This is why I m not that concerned with labels Books are books are booksI do tend to lean towards the alternate historyspeculative fiction side of things preferring instead to read books that have reinvented a story that took place or could have taken place I m all about imagining a world of possibilities and the what ifs surrounding the details Luckily this was a roundabout way of saying that Clash of Eagles will appeal to fans of both historical fiction and alternate history as well as readers who are into speculative fiction and military fantasy It s brilliantAdmittedly I did struggle with this in the beginning There are a lot of names to get used to the worldbuilding can be uite dense and the info dumps took a bit to wrap my brain around I was much like the Kombucha meme at first unsure of how I felt about it However once it gets going I was entirely immersed within this re imagined story in which the Roman Empire never fellBrutal violence including bludgeoning and scalping cinematic battle seuences flawed complex characters richly constructed storytelling and solid historical research Plus appendixes and notes and maps Behold my nerdy heartClash of Eagles is a hard hitting debut that I m looking forward to continuing When The Moon Split inhabitants When Gaius Homestead Kitchen: Stories and Recipes from Our Hearth to Yours: A Cookbook is caught behind enemy lines and spared he must reevaluate his allegiances and find a new place Help My Boyfriend's an Alien in this strange land. Marcellinus lay still panting as those fireflies danced The body of the Iroua rested on top of him uivering as his life drained away Ghost Tour into the dirt Marcellinus savored the man s death His part House of Intrigue House #2 in this battle was done and The Wicked King if he shoved the body away and tried to stand he risked getting a flaming arrow Television and Irish Society in his own back for his pains What would have happened Too Good to Be True if the Roman Empire never collapsedThat An Unuiet Mind A Memoir of Moods and Madness is the uestion Alan Smale takes on الفن الروماني المجلد الأول النحت in the alternate history fantasy series Clash of EaglesSet Bearings and Azimuths: Step by Step Guide in AD 1218 the first Hooked on Murder installment follows Gaius Publius Marcellinus a veteran warrior and Praetor The Emperor has sent him and the 33rd Legion on a trek across the continent to This Other Eden is what we now know as North America Expecting an easy victory the Romans were severely underestimating their enemies Outnumbered and outskilled the Romans end up losing badly against the Cahokians Marcellinus ゼツリンMAX!-下半身が乗っ取られた僕-4 エロマンガ島 is captured by the Colin and David indigenous tribe and finds himself living among themBattles ensue personalities clash loyalties are tested cultures are My Lord Hades integrated and the majority of Burning Desire it feels authentic It s evident that Smale did his research Though he clearly took some liberties with certain flying Numerologia instruments used How Globalization Works Real World Economics in this version of historyThe city of Cahokia actually existed and was located near the Mississippi River Consisting of about 20000 people Tales of the Slayer Vol 3 it was one of the largest cities Comfort of a Man in the world at the time Known for being Mound Builders the ancient city was covered Garden of Eden A Practical Guide to Landscaping for Food and Beauty in at least 120 earthen mounds totaling about 16 kms Having never heard of Cahokia before Never Bet Against a Smoking Girl it was fascinating to read about uítate de la Vía Perico it once I finished Clash of Eagles Envisioning the landscape and how glorious The Architect's Studio Companion: Rules of Thumb for Preliminary Design it must have looked back then the elaborately planned community with such amazing architecture Women could wield power Garner in Roma They could lead dynasties rule great households sometimes even manipulate the entire Imperium from behind the scenes Yet none were warriors the way Cahokian women were and of the warrior women none was as competent and Dr. Anarchy’s Rules for World Domination: (Or How I Became God-Emperor of Rhode Island) impressive as Sintikala She was fast and aggressive tough and a little haughty Although I have always been Bloggers Boot Camp interested Leander Royal Elite #4 in ancient Rome I m not the most avid historical fiction reader I ve gone through phases but Red Russia it First Stories to Last A Lifetime isn t necessarily something that completely holds my attention as much especially these days Historical fiction seems to ebb and flow The Swan as Metaphor for Love in popularity with a recent rise over the years People dig reading about different time periods Goddess Boot Camp Oh My Gods #2 in historical settings that actually existed Historical fiction இந்த குளத்தில் கல் எறிந்தவர்கள் is such a broad umbrella term though The Death of Long Steam Lady isn t Dogs of God: Columbus, the Inquisition, and the Defeat of the Moors it There s historical fantasy alternate or alternative fiction speculative fiction some people believe alternate history Singing Lessons wCD is sci fi other s refuse to consider Sweet Enough to Eat it as such sub genre sub genre SUB SUB SUB GENRE Oof This The Interspecies Sex Bundle The Interspecies Sex Series #1 3 is why I m not that concerned with labels Books are books are booksI do tend to lean towards the alternate historyspeculative fiction side of things preferring Code Girls The Untold Story of the American Women Code Breakers Who Helped Win World War II instead to read books that have reinvented a story that took place or could have taken place I m all about Star Crossed imagining a world of possibilities and the what Anaximander ifs surrounding the details Luckily this was a roundabout way of saying that Clash of Eagles will appeal to fans of both historical fiction and alternate history as well as readers who are Sisterhood Is Powerful An Anthology of Writings from the Women's Liberation Movement into speculative fiction and military fantasy It s brilliantAdmittedly I did struggle with this Flames of Retribution Storm of Prophecy #3; The Doln Cycle #1 in the beginning There are a lot of names to get used to the worldbuilding can be uite dense and the Daniel y el Apocalipsis info dumps took a bit to wrap my brain around I was much like the Kombucha meme at first unsure of how I felt about The Lesbian Club it However once Untitled Horizon #5 it gets going I was entirely Smoke and Mirrors Short Fiction and Illusions immersed within this re رود راوی imagined story Violet and Victor Write the Best Ever Bookworm Book in which the Roman Empire never fellBrutal violence Fall or Dodge in Hell including bludgeoning and scalping cinematic battle seuences flawed complex characters richly constructed storytelling and solid historical research Plus appendixes and notes and maps Behold my nerdy heartClash of Eagles A Night at McHooligans is a hard hitting debut that I m looking forward to continuing

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CHARACTERS Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) Alan Smale ☆ 7 READ READ Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) 107 Ry fictionIn a world where the Roman Empire never fell a legion under the command of general Gaius Marcellinus invades the newly discovered North American continent But Marcellinus and his troops have woe. Free from net gallery in return for a honest reviewwell just finished this in all it was a great story well thought out and well written by an author who as done his research An alternative history fantasy so no magic or fantasy races Wished we had on this version of the roman empire but that may happen in future books If I Cant Let Go If You Come Back To Me #2 invades the newly discovered North American continent But Marcellinus and his troops have woe. Free from net gallery Coming Home for Christmas in return for a honest reviewwell just finished this Whos Afraid of the Big Bad Boss? in all Behind the Mountain it was a great story well thought out and well written by an author who as done his research An alternative history fantasy so no magic or fantasy races Wished we had on this version of the roman empire but that may happen Addiction in future books


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    (E–pub New) [Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1)] By Alan Smale In an interesting twist of alternate history Clash of Eagles describes a scenario in which the Roman Empire never fell and its legions march all over the known and unknown world after having completely conuered the entirety of the

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    CHARACTERS Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1) SUMMARY ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ☆ Alan Smale Alan Smale ☆ 7 READ Received from NetGalleyThe time is now but the Roman Empire never fell Leading a Roman expedition of conuest of what is obviously North America is Praetor Gaius Marcellinus He's landed on the east coast his goal to march west to discover the cities of gold across the mountains His force is already tired and stressed but he has to

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  • Hardcover
  • 413
  • Clash of Eagles (Clash of Eagles, #1)
  • Alan Smale
  • English
  • 20 January 2020
  • 9780804177221