Hannibal the Carthaginian, who grew up with military influence from his father, goes on to lead an attach against Rome.
The writer seems to capture the essence of the heart of Hannibal. It's obvious that the writer has done his research, but, at times, i had great issues withthe pacing of the story. For a story that's set amidst so much intrigue and excitement, I oftne found the pace too slow or contemplative. This is an epic story, but that doesn't mean it has to move slow. The dialogue is good, if not a bit stilted at times.
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