Rufus et Gladiatores

Lance Piantaggini
This collection of 28 stories was intended to replace a workbook, supplying each student with their own source of additional input to reinforce the vocabulary in each chapter of Rufus et arma atra. Reading each chapter expansion, however, exposes students to far more words than in the original novella. The expansions do add details to certain characters and events from Rufus et arma atra, but there’s also additional, new cultural information about Rome, and gladiators.


Reviewed: 2018-10-10

5 stars: This book had different sections with small chapters/stories that all tie together. You should read this book if you like the author and his series. - Nadhia Garcia, October 2018

3 stars: I overall enjoyed reading the book, but didn't really like the lack of a plot. Some of the chapters contrasted with each other and made them feel like a waste of reading. Also, the ending wasn't really the best and was unsatisfying. You should read this book if you like DivergentShadowhuntersArtemis Fowl, or Star Wars Fallen Order. - Sutter Guttery, December 2019

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