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The Sands of Saturn (Imperium #3)

by Travis Starnes

Published: 2022-11-04. 103,080 Words.

ISBN: 978-1-7372156-9-1

Categories: Fiction » Science Fiction » General

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With the Carthaginians pushed inside the walls of Londiumun, the Britannians can finally stop reacting and take the fight to them. Hoping to retake the British Isles and even add new allies to the Alliance, legions are dispatched to Ériu, the emerald isle, to push back Carthaginian expansion there. Ky, a test pilot from the future and now Consul for the Britannic Empire, knows that Carthaginian retaliation is coming and prepares an explosive new surprise for the invaders.


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raandvalk

Technical Progress and the Road to Enlightened Rule

Reviewed it on November 18, 2022

This is an entirely plausible alternate universe where Kyle, a man from the future, is able to somehow use his knowledge to see off the immediate Carthaginian threat to Roman Britain. Collecting friends and allies and with the help of his now sentient personal computer he is able to cobble together an acceptable plan to develop Britannia. But it's not without problems. This really is a refreshing read that follows on so well from the two previous volumes. The author is inspiring as are the characters he introduces to the plot.

r.mower

Good read, looking forward to the next one

Reviewed it on November 15, 2022

The story moves on with a welcome development of characters other than Ky which elevates the story to another level. Well crafted with multiple arenas of action skilfully maintained. I am now looking forward to the next volume in the saga.

lordphynix

A Wonderful Continuation

Reviewed it on November 13, 2022

I read the first two novels and found the third a wonderful entrant into the series.

dasame

Ky so loves Lucilla.

Reviewed it on November 11, 2022

I've read the first and second novels, can't wait for more.

jimsmith8

The Building of Brittania Continues

Reviewed it on November 8, 2022

The book is well written and consistent with the previous books. Looking forward to the continuation of the story. The progression of technology seems very well thought out.