Some comments from people who have read the books

Face Book September 2012...
Gordon’s new paperback, “World’s End” is already attracting five star reviews on Amazon. Since going onto the Kindle Store, it has also begun selling in America. However, to help keep things progressing, Gordon has asked that as many people as possible put favourable reviews on Amazon. If you have read the book, please add a review. If you haven’t read it yet, why not?

5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant, 14 Aug 2012
By Libby Gee
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World's End (Calgacus) (Kindle Edition) Brilliant. The images have stuck in my mind - such strong characters - from the young queen to the warriors with lime-covered spiked hair. Makes for excellent reading, I couldn't put it down. Again, didn't expect to be so interested in a novel with a historical setting, but the story really pulls you in.
Eagerly awaiting the second Calgacus title (!)

5.0 out of 5 stars Could not put this Book Down!, 3 July 2012
By suddy -
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In the Shadow of the Wall (Paperback) I know that many people have said this, but this was a truly magnificent read. I am a reader of 'period novels', but to date they have normally been Elizabethan Sea Stories, or French Revolution stories. I have never gone this far back in time, and I was never a good Latin / Roman scholar, but the accuracy of the settings make this book so easy to follow. It must be a real challenge to weave the storyline of a pure novel into historical fact, without losing sight of either one, but Gordon Anthony achieved this and more.
I apologise to Gordon, for not reviewing his excellent book sooner, but it was only when I bought his new offering ....'World's End' recently, that I realised that I had been remiss in not sharing my enjoyment with others.
But then everyone who has read this novel has praised it, so I am only adding to their comments.

5.0 out of 5 stars Simply Incredible, 15 Jun 2012
By Barny -
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In The Shadow Of The Wall - Kindle Edition (Kindle Edition) This was the second Gordon Anthony book I have read - and it lived up to expectations. The story starts in third century Britain and takes us on a journey throughout the Roman Empire. Every detail of life two thousand years ago is brought beautifully to life with stunning and incredible detail. The characters are developed throughout the novel, their intertwining paths converging at different stages and creating intrigue and page-turning desperation to discover the next plot developments. I found myself allying with Brude and his friends in a way I don't normally engage with the characters in a story novel - more tribute to GA's talent!

It is rare to find an author with this kind of talent - I'm rushing the end of this review to go and start World's End, my third Gordon Anthony novel which my wife has thoughtfully provided as an early Father's Day gift from the kids. Guess what I'll be doing for the weekend?!

5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, 10 Jun 2012
By Annie Angus -
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In the Shadow of the Wall (Paperback) This book I found impossible to put down. Fiction set around historical events, with believable characters. Page after page it gripped me. I didn't want it to end. I'd recommend this to young, old, female, male, anyone who enjoys a gripping tale.

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