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Caesar's Women by Colleen McCullough
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Feb 23, 2011

it was amazing
bookshelves: epics-sagas

Don't be confused by the title, but the women who shaped Caesar's life, no doubt were the un-sung behind-the-scene heroes of the time, who equally made their effect on history and what the world is today.

This book is a little more 'slower' than the previous, but it encapsulates a lull in the story of the Roman era to a certain extent, to focus on the intermediary period between Caesar's military battles and his time before he rose to emperor, surrounded by (amongst others), women.

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