Attila (Attila Trilogy #3)

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  • Paperback
  • 592 pages
  • Attila (Attila Trilogy #3)
  • William Napier
  • English
  • 12 January 2018
  • 0752893904

About the Author: William Napier

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Attila (Attila Trilogy #3) AD 449 The Future Of The World Hangs In The Balance The Once Mighty Roman Empire Lies Open And Vulnerable To Attack From A Huge Hunnish Army That Has Gathered On The Banks Of The Danube And Is Poised And Ready To Strike But Only One Man Has Seen The Danger.Master General Aetius Knows Attila Still Thirsts For Blood And Destruction, But He Is Helpless To Stop The The Pending Onslaught For Atilla Plans To March On The Mighty City Of Rome, The Very Heart Of The Empire But Is The Risk Too High, Even For The Most Battle Hardened Of Warlords Attila S Choices Play Out On The Plains Europe Where He Must Ultimately Face His Destiny.

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10 thoughts on “Attila (Attila Trilogy #3)

  1. Gordana says:

    Sve u svemu svidjela mi se cijela triologija Opisi opsade i bitaka su izvrsni i realisti ni i u ivala sam je itati Ne mogu tra iti puno vi e od toga u povijesnoj fikciji Dobro napravljeno.

  2. Bryn Hammond says:

    Spotty trilogy From me it s been four stars five stars two stars But I gave one star free to the first for potential, and perhaps I rob a star from the third for dissatisfaction Late in this book, very late, we see into Attila s mind by that time he s defeated and mad Until then we don t No inspirational speeches, as in the second nothing until mad speeches in the lead up to his death Until then he directs a war but he doesn t talk to us Our first passage of his thoughts is on p 395 W Spotty trilogy From me it s been four stars five stars two stars But I gave one star free to the first for potential, and perhaps I rob a star from the third for dissatisfaction Late in this book, very late, we see into Attila s mind by that time he s defeated and mad Until then we don t No inspirational speeches, as in the second nothing until mad speeches in the lead up to his death Until then he directs a war but he doesn t talk to us Our first passage of his thoughts is on p 395 Where has he been It s too late by the last fifty pages, and not even quotes from King Lear can console me What do I care if Attila s mad and talking in Shakespeare In this book he has been bad Attila but we didn t see him go bad We heard, Attila s bad now from witnesses It s not the fact he went bad I object to, but it s as if self explanatory going out to conquer the world changes him to evil, but last book he was inspirational Can we have a slow ...

  3. Kelly says:

    Los tres libros son una maravilla Pese a que al empezar, ya se sabe por cultura general que Atila no fue ning n santo, el autor se las arregla para generar sentimientos positivos hacia el personaje, logrando que en ciertos momentos el lector desee verlo victorioso, para luego en el ultimo libro darle un giro a los puntos de vista y as mostrarnos al personaje tal y como lo recuerda la historia El autor nos muestra tambi n el lado decadente de Roma y sus m ltiples pecados El tercer libro, se Los tres libros son una maravilla Pese a que al empezar, ya se sabe por cultura general que Atila no fue ning n santo, el autor se las arregla para generar sentimientos positivos hacia el personaje, logrando que en ciertos momentos el lector desee verlo victorioso, para luego en el ultimo libro darle un giro a los puntos de vista y as mostrarnos al personaje tal y como lo recuerda la historia El autor nos muestra tambi ...

  4. Beorn says:

    This is the final installment in Napier s trilogy on one of the most famous non Roman historical figures It starts off reasonably well enough with the siege of Viminacium, a legionary fortress though one which is nevertheless incredibly provincial in comparison to what it would have been like at the apogee of Roman might.Napier s sporadically used abilities for deep characterisation are at their most evidenced for the characters who feature predominantly in this part of the story though a nu This is the final installment in Napier s trilogy on one of the most famous non Roman historical figures It starts off reasonably well enough with the siege of Viminacium, a legionary fortress though one which is nevertheless incredibly provincial in comparison to what it would have been like at the apogee of Roman might.Napier s sporadically used abilities for deep characterisation are at their most evidenced for the characters who feature predominantly in this part of the story though a number of survivors do featureor less throughout the rest of the book.Sadly, that level of characterisation isn t sustained through the rest of the book as it feels like the story is going through the motions to close the loop of the story rather than being driven by intrigue or passionate story telling.There are times when it actually becomes something of a slog just to keep going...

  5. Olethros says:

    Remate trepidante, fogoso y sangriento a la trilog a G nero Novela Hist rica.Lo que nos cuenta Sin que nadie se haya dado cuenta, los hunos han atravesado la frontera noreste del Imperio Romano y su asalto sobre Margo no es m s que un ejemplo de sus intenciones, que son dejar claro que la petici n ...

  6. Cherinne T says:

    The last book of Attila s trilogy William Napier did a very good job to close Attila s tale Although I feel like in this last book, the writer painted Attila as if he s some sort of Antagonist, killer freak rather than focusing on his entire personality from his boyhood until now We can see that if only Rome didn t steal everything that is precious to Attila one fine example is his freedom, Serena and General Stilicho , maybe we wouldn t see the m...

  7. María Jesus Castro says:

    The last book of the Attila s Triology and the longest of the three I have to say i was really excited for this one cause the other two I really like them but sometimes it just go around in unnecessary details and it gets a little borring On this book you have the c...

  8. Mavis Hewitt says:

    Definitely got engrossed in this, so much so that I have to admit to speed reading some of the descriptions, cos I wanted to know what was going to happen next, especially if I was trying to put it down so I could turn the ...

  9. Jennifer (JC-S) says:

    Was this Attila himself 449 CE The final book in the Attila trilogy starts with Attila s invasion of the Roman Empire, with his ruthless campaign of slaughter in revenge for Roman atrocities While Attila and his warriors wreak havoc across central Europe, Valentinian in Ravenna, and Theodosius in Constantinople focus on undermining each other while relying on the able but disgraced Roman general A tius to save the empire To think , A tius murmured, shaking his head again, there were once fo Was this Attila himself 449 CE The final book in the Attila trilogy starts with Attila s invasion of the Roman Empire, with his ruthless campaign of slaughter in revenge for Roman atrocities While Attila and his warriors wreak havoc across central Europe, Valentinian in Ravenna, and Theodosius in Constantinople focus on undermining each other while relying on the able but disgraced Roman general A tius to save the empire To think , A tius murmured, shaking his head again, there were once four boys who played together on a Scythian plain A Roman and a Hun, and Greek and Celtic slaves Much of this story is the description of violence and byzantine alliances, networks and plots, of...

  10. Brian says:

    I asked for the story to finish strong and it did The third installment made up for any shortcomings of the second and then some.What I really liked about this series was the depiction of Atilla he started out as a sympathetic character with childhood trials that had you rooting for him to suceed in the first book and then the second book was about his redemption for lack of better words as he comes back from a 30 year exile to unite the tribes to form a vast host to exact his vengeance T I asked for the story to finish strong and it did The third installment made up for any shortcomings of the second and then some.What I really liked about this series was the depiction of Atilla he started out as a sympathetic character with childhood trials that had you rooting for him to suceed in the first book and then the second book was about his redemption for lack of better words as he comes back from a 30 year exile to unite the tribes to form a vast host to exact his vengeance The third book, however, tosses your sympathies out the window as Attila s anger turns from righteous to pure destructive evil revenge at all costs In short, Napier did a really nice job in this series of showing Attila s journey of becoming a military genius and then descent into one of the most infamous mass murderers in history.Throughout, it also chronicles the life of Aetius, the Roman General, who despite his misgivings of ...