Reviews Tides of War by Steven Pressfield

I’ve always been fascinated by ancient Greek history, particularly the era of the Peloponnesian War between Athens and Sparta. When I stumbled upon Steven Pressfield’s “Tides of War,” a historical fiction novel that promised to bring this pivotal period to life through the eyes of Alcibiades, one of the most brilliant and controversial figures of … Read more

Reviews The Confessions of Young Nero by Margaret George

A Nuanced Look at the Infamous Emperor: My Thoughts on “The Confessions of Young Nero” As someone fascinated by ancient Roman history, I’ve always been intrigued by the figure of Nero – the infamous emperor whose name has become synonymous with tyranny, debauchery, and the decadence of imperial Rome. When I stumbled upon Margaret George’s … Read more

Reviews People of the Longhouse by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O’Neal Gear

A Captivating Journey into the Forgotten Past Discovering a Hidden Gem I have to admit, I stumbled upon “People of the Longhouse” quite by chance. As someone deeply fascinated by Native American history and culture, I was browsing the shelves of a local bookstore when this intriguing title caught my eye. The premise of a … Read more