A unique and well-studied fantasy take on the Roman world — an alternate world of another name, where ambition is a driving force and magic is real.

C. J. Cherryh, author of the Alliance-Union novels

“Rome with magic” turns out to be exactly the novel I wanted to read. The magic cleverly intertwines with religion, politics, and daily life. The characters appeal, especially the loving portrait of three loyal sisters. There are battles (of course), a budding love story of the illicit kind, some remarkably topical political maneuvering, an awareness of diverse layers of class and ethnicity, and a love of place that shines on the page.

Kate Elliott, author of Cold Magic and Black Wolves

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