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The stunning new novel from the No 1 bestselling author of 'Fatherland', 'Enigma', 'Archangel', 'Pompeii', 'Imperium' and 'The Ghost'. The year is 63 BC. In an age of political titans, Cicero stands supreme: the senior consul of the Roman republic. But jealous rivals are determined to destroy him and seize control of the state. To thwart them will take all his guile - and will lead him, and Rome, to the brink of destruction. Meticulously researched and brilliantly written, 'Lustrum' is an entirely self-contained novel, but it is also a continuation of Cicero's story as told in Robert Harris's bestselling 'Imperium'.
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ISBN-13: 9780099406327
ISBN-10: 0099406322
Pagini: 464
Ilustrații: map
Dimensiuni: 128 x 198 x 32 mm
Greutate: 0.33 kg
Editura: Random House
Colecția Arrow Books
Locul publicării: United Kingdom


"Harris is the master. With Lustrum, [he] has surpassed himself. It is one of the most exciting thrillers I have ever read" -- Peter Jones Evening Standard "Harris communicates such a strong sense of Imperial Rome - the book is awesomely well-informed about the minutiae of everyday life" Guardian "Thoroughly engaging ... The allure of power and the perils that attend it have seldom been so brilliantly anatomised in a thriller" Sunday Times "Harris never makes his comparisons between Rome and modern Britain explicit, but they are certainly there. And that's the principal charm of his ancient thrillers - their up-to-dateness" Sunday Telegraph "Magnificent ... Better than Robert Graves's Claudius novels" -- Allan Massie Standpoint