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Attila the Hun

N World from its twin capitals of Rome and Constantinople but it was threatened by a new force the much feared Barbarian hordes It was Attila who united the Barbarian tribes into a single amazingly effective army He launched two violent attacks against the eastern and western halves of the Roman empire attacks which earned him his reputation for mindless devastation and brought an end to Rome's pre eminence in EuropeAttil. This work was disappointing I would have liked a lot information on Attila the man and person Most of the writing was of a war history during the time and not a true biography on Attila the manTh Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, effective army He launched two violent attacks against the Detective Wanda Wolfe eastern and western halves of the Roman Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości empire attacks which Zawieszenie niewiary end to Rome's pre Healing Sex eminence in EuropeAttil. This work was disappointing I would have liked a lot information on Attila the man and person Most of the writing was of a war history during the time and not a true biography on Attila the manTh

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The name Attila the Hun has become a byword for barbarism savagery and violence His is a truly household name but what do we really know about the man himself his position in history and the world in which he lived This riveting biography reveals the man behind the mythIn the years 434 454AD the fate of Europe hung upon the actions of one man Attila king of the Huns The decaying Roman empire still stood astride the Wester. I get it You got this great idea for a book about a Hun so you pitch ityep going to be about 400 pages and then you start researchingOh crapthere s not much on this guy What s an author to doIf yo The Chestnut Man empire still stood astride the Wester. I get it You got this great idea for a book about a Hun so you pitch ityep going to be about 400 pages and then you start researchingOh crapthere s not much on this guy What s an author to doIf yo


10 thoughts on “Attila the Hun

  1. says:

    The city's Bishop came to confront the advancing Huns and said 'I am Lupus a man of God' At this Attila came up with a smart one liner in impeccable Latin'Ego sum Attilla flagellum Dei' 'I am Attila the Scourge of God' pg 220I thought this was well researched and put together well The author did a good job at telling the back story and explaining the archaeological cultural historical and folkloric dimensions

  2. says:

    I get it You got this great idea for a book about a Hun so you pitch ityep going to be about 400 pages and then you start researchingOh crapthere's not much on this guy What's an author to do?If you're John Man you fill it with lots of random

  3. says:

    I prize accessibility almost as much as scholarly accuracy in historical monographs Readers of my reviews have heard me rail time and time again against the turgidity of academic writing which renders even monumental works useless due to their failure to win an audience This is not a problem for Man whose background as a t

  4. says:

    Hey there I am a historical non fiction about Attila the Hun I might seem like a good read for those military historical buffs who want to get an insight into the general who brought Rome to her knees but don’t be fooled I will spend 400 pages talking about pretty much everything else except the person who is t

  5. says:

    John Man you always entertain us yet this time you fail usBoth contemporary chroniclers and the archeological record are too meagre to

  6. says:

    This work was disappointing I would have liked a lot information on Attila the man and person Most of the writing was of a war history during the time and not a true biography on Attila the manThe first 40% of the book is a three chapter historical introduction that doesn't even deal with Attila at all I understand the need for a brief history lesson to put things in perspective and to let the reader know how

  7. says:

    For a decade or so this book has glared down at me from its shelf I imagined it would be deep and factual in an intimidating way mired in received wisdom; something I really ought to read How wrong I was The autho

  8. says:

    I am sorry but this book have not earned the paper which it has been printed Since I am Hungarian you know HÚNgarian I think it is a pure and insidious reviling about me and my peopleBeside my feelings this John MAN has no

  9. says:

    An absolutely awful book John Man manages to strains even the loosest definition as he asserts himself into the role Whereas most historians utilize things such as; evidence sources and logic John Man instead uses conjecture speculation and Fiction I was left unsure if Man is either deceitful or oblivious He seems to completely misunderstand a host of sources the most egregious to me being the bizarre view he took away

  10. says:

    This book gave me fits I bought it because Attila is a minor character in a couple of my books set in 5C Imperial Rome and I wanted information on his background just for my personal education The author has a degree in history and has written several other narrative histories which I take as writing for a general audience very few footnotes and conversational style In that he succeeded However he made lots of minor mistakes in his Roman

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