[PDF / Epub] ☄ De Bello Lemures, Or The Roman War Against The Zombies Of Armorica Author Lucius Artorius Castus – Bassgrotto.co.uk


10 thoughts on “De Bello Lemures, Or The Roman War Against The Zombies Of Armorica

  1. says:

    De Bello Lemures is a brief but enjoyable read The Ancient Roman Empire setting offers a unique twist to the usual hack and slack zombie tale but there is still plenty of hacking and slashing to be found Subtitled The Roman War Against the Zombies of Armorica , the novella is purported to be a documen...


  2. says:

    This was a quick story to read on my kindle over the course of an afternoon.Overall, this book isn t bad there are some decent action sequences, and the descriptions are pretty good There are a lot of Latin and Greek words thrown in to keep up the authenticity facade, so I found myself going to the annotations frequently I like the idea of an ancient text having a zombie tie in, but I guess I m too analytical and familiar with the current zombie culture to say that this book is very origi Thi...


  3. says:

    Short, but sweet Well written, andenjoyable than I would have expected I wanted it to be a lot longer than it was The first few chapters of the author s other novel that were included were also good.


  4. says:

    The Zombie Attacks genre usually doesn t interest me, but I read this and liked it The author throws in some nice historical references and it shows that he did some research.


  5. says:

    The concept of the zombie horror genre is quite simple the dead come alive in sort of a sleep walking must feed on any living thing trance they attack in any way they can they bite, they gnaw, they claw the only way they re stopped generally speaking is to physically remove their heads from their bodies.The genre master George Romero placed his Night of the Living Dead in a rural farm Not unlike Jason Vorthees Crystal Lake, a dark forboding rural America has become the standard beare The concept of the zombie horror genre is quite simple the dead come alive in sort of a sleep walking must feed on any living thing trance they attack in any way they can they bite, they gnaw, they claw the only way they re stopped generally speaking is to physically remove their heads from their bodies.The genre master George Romero placed his Night of the Li...


  6. says:

    Three years ago I noticed this book in thestore and thought It would nice to have a kindle to read it Then I bought the kindle, but I forgot about this work sometimes it came to my mind like Uh yeah I have still to read that But let me finish this one first Now it s finally here and what can I say It s a very nice story, the author is using the old literary tri ck where he claim himself to be the editor and translator of the real writing which is attributed to Lucius Artoriu Three years ago I noticed this book in thestore and thought It would nice to have a kindle to read it Then I bought the kindle, but I forgot about this work sometimes it came to my mind like Uh yeah I have still to read that But let me finish this one first Now it s finally here and what can I say It s a very nice story, the author is using ...


  7. says:

    The Lord protect us from zombie mash up novels and self published ones at that But here s a thing This book is really fun Zombies in Ancient Rome Why not I came upon it quite by chance, and was taken at once by its deliciously pedantic faux academic introduction It s not a long book, thankfully much of its length is taken up with Penguin Classics style footnotes But it s a hoot The author, Thomas Brookside, has also published a cod Shakespearian play about the revenge of Shylock, and The Lord protect us from zombie mash up novels and self published ones ...


  8. says:

    Romans, Zombies King Arthur the real one Who could possibly dislike this book The author does a fairly decent review of some of the archaeological evidence for an actual Arthur, or at least the one that gave rise to the myth He also weaves the stor...


  9. says:

    I enjoyed De Bello Lemures I would have to agree with some of the other reviews that I read that it was too short, I would love to see Brookside expand the story into a full novel The story was fast paced and while pretty much a standard zombie story the setting refreshed it This is well ...


  10. says:

    This is a great book It is written as an alternate history from the perspective of a Roman Officer in Gaul who puts down an uprising of barbarians but then must deal with Zombies Very unique, and for the most part very well written in such a way as to mimic much of the written st...


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De Bello Lemures, Or The Roman War Against The Zombies Of Armorica This Time, The Isolated Farmhouse Is A Roman Villa A Recovered Latin Text Tells The Story Of A Struggle Between Roman Legionaries And The Undead In 185 AD Lucius Artorius Castus Leads An Expedition To Gaul To Defeat A Rebellion Against The Rule Of The Emperor Commodus And Gets Than He Bargained For When His Enemies Rise From The Dead To Fight Again The Power Of The Zombie Horde Is Amplified By The Chaos Of Ancient Rome S Competing Religions And Superstitions, And The Terror The Undead Bring In Their Wake Foreshadows The Incipient Medieval Darkness Already Creeping Into The World At The End Of Rome S Antonine Age Richly Annotated, This Mashup Of Survival Horror And Alternate History Takes The Reader On A Bracing Journey Into One Of Ancient Rome S Dark Corners.

  • Paperback
  • 112 pages
  • De Bello Lemures, Or The Roman War Against The Zombies Of Armorica
  • Lucius Artorius Castus
  • English
  • 10 September 2017
  • 1449568696

About the Author: Lucius Artorius Castus

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