". . . it is with the villains that The Fight for Rome really excels. I have to say that as vile as our nemesis Lucius is, I found myself rooting for him almost to the end of the book. [author James] Duffy humanizes him, making him a believable character. All right, he's paranoid to the point of delusion, but then again, with the run of luck he's had one can hardly blame him."
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