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St of the north of Roman Britain Many years after their disappearance a young centurion Marcus Auila decides to discover the truth about what happened to the legion and to its First Cohort Commander his father This Eagle of the ePUB #9734 gripping dramatisation tells the story of Marcus’ often perilous journey as he searches to solve the my This was a cool classic I liked the RomanBritain setting a lot The main character has a nice journey and some good friends The uest to find the eagle is a good one

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Stery and to bring back the symbol of the lost legion’s honour their standard the Eagle of the Ninth Now adapted as a major motion picture ‘The Eagle’ starring Channing Tatum Jamie Bell and Donald Sutherland ‘The Eagle of the Ninth’ is a timeless tale that will thrill all listeners This recording was previously available on cassette I loved this book dearly as a child and it has lost none of its magic now Beautifully written discreetly poetic without a single word out of place it s a thrilling adventure an excellently researched piece of historical fiction and a fabulous depiction of friendship all in one Read it at any age and marvel at the pacing the gradual build up the terrific characterization the breathless race to the final climax Sutcliff brings Roman Britain to life as no one else has ever done and her novel is touching absorbing and uietly haunting until long after the final page has been turned

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Of the MOBI #183 A BBC Radio full cast dramatisation of Rosemary Sutcliff’s much loved tale of honour comradeship and courage Somewhere around the year AD a Roman garrison called the Ninth Legion was ordered to put down an uprising among the Caledonian tribes Four thousand The Eagle PDFEPUB or men vanished without trace into the swirling mi WELL I CRIED ARE YOU HAPPY NOW ROSEMARY SUTCLIFF It s so weird When I read The Shield Ring my first Sutcliff book a few weeks ago I had the exact same experience I was reading along merrily enjoying myself greatly thinking wow this is a really solid fun story until just about the next to last chapter and then out of the blue stuff happened And I was crying Like a lot Dang it woman What are these emotions you re trying to give me I am the Girl Who Does Not Cry Over Books you re ruining my reputation P Things I loved All the characters really Specifically Marcus Dear proud outwardly stiff inwardly soft as custard Marcus He was a wonderful hero and I loved following his uest to restore his father s lost Eagle And to do ALL THAT on a lame leg respect let shearitfortheboy Esca HE LIKES PUPPIES Nuff said Esca and Marcus turning ever so slowly from master and slave to best friends It was done realistically I thought and I liked how even afterwards little sparks of distrust would flare up from time to time Neither man would be human if that were not so But I loved even how Marcus would summarily snuff out those sparks by getting in Esca s face and yelling something along the lines of You re important to me and I care about your welfare you numbskull and then they d be OK again Ah men P Cottia My sweet little spitfire with the candle flame of red hair I missed her on every page she didn t appear That s how vibrant a character she was Marcus and Cottia Uncle Auila He was rather a dear although crusty and it s not hard to see where Marcus comes by his Stiff Cold Mask Guern the Hunter tears falling The plot uest stories are always fun and this one was infused with so much nostalgia so much wistfulness so much dreaminess really that it captivated me utterly Marcus is a dreamer first and foremost Much as he would hate to hear me say this he s a hopeless romantic He believes so strongly in the power of a SYMBOL the lost Eagle of his father s dead Legion that he s willing to risk his life about nine hundred 9 0 0 times in uick succession in order to get it back It s incredible It s insane And I wouldn t have missed it for the world The descriptions Now I m gonna be honest here I didn t love them uite as much as Sutcliff s descriptions in The Shield Ring but they were still excellent uality I m basically writing down my slightly lessened enjoyment to the fact that Sutcliff is working to create a different visual ATMOSPHERE in this story than in the other book a Roman atmosphere rather than a Viking one and I simply like the Viking aesthetic a bit better The imagery in TSR has this very delicate very ethereal uality at the same time as it s all harsh and steely gray and iron bound That s my jam Whereas here in EOTN it s all about clarity the contrasts between light and darkness and the blood red of sunsets and roses and wine and military cloaks Tis beautiful but it doesn t 100% suit me I have no Roman blood in case you were wondering P The themes Oh dear There were SO MANY OF THEM PEOPLE So many good ones Symbols matter Ideas matter The past is a weight we always carry with us and yet by the same token it s not something we can conjure up at a simple command to recreate exactly as we d wish it to be The past does not exist to serve us But neither should we allow it to own us And perhaps most poignant No one whatever they ve done or whatever they ve suffered can ever be written off as a failure Ever WHICH IS WHY I CRIED SO HARD AT THE END CURSE YOU EVIL AUTHOR It was my Eagle once iamnotokay Finally can I just say I adore the whole Dolphin Ring subplot I can t wait to see where it shows up in the next book I can t wait to see what Marcus builds with his new future and where it leads for the generations to come 3 Content Battles happen and bloody wounds happen and primitive operations but none of these are terribly graphic This is old fashioned kids fiction after all There is a veryyyyyyyyyyyyyy light romance No language unless you count Marcus saying stuff about his gods whenever he s Put Out P Conclusion Where is the next book that I may read it


10 thoughts on “The Eagle of the Ninth

  1. says:

    Classic historical fictionAt the age of eight I read Eagle of the Ninth my first encounter with historical fiction I became hooked Since then I have been read Nigel Tranter John Prebble Conn Igguden Simon Scarrow Ruth Downie and many others Forty four years later re reading this classic is no less exciting for me My view is that it

  2. says:

    WELL I CRIED ARE YOU HAPPY NOW RO

  3. says:

    I read The Eagle of the Ninth in high school but intend to revisit it fairly soon It helped cement my fondness for well researched well written historical fiction This novel set many people on that path includin

  4. says:

    This was a cool classic I liked the RomanBritain setting a lot The main character has a nice journey and some good friends The uest to find the eagle is a good one

  5. says:

    Mini ReviewFor many years Rosemary Sutcliff has been one of my favorite authors and she always will be It had been a long time since I had rea

  6. says:

    The Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff is so much than the usual riveting adventure story though it is most definitely that It's deep in thought and emotion vibrantly vivid in character and setting and rich with living history and with truths about life and people This story of the journey and uest of two young men holds much meaning for me even now than it did when I first read and loved it as a young teenager I couldn't h

  7. says:

    I loved this book dearly as a child and it has lost none of its magic now Beautifully written discreetly poetic without a single word out of place it's a thrilling adventure an excellently researched piece of historical fiction and a fabulous depiction of friendship all in one Read it at any age and marvel at the pacing; the gradual build up the terrific characterization the breathless race to the final climax

  8. says:

    In 117 ADCE the Ninth Legion of the Roman Army marched into the mists of Caledonia the land known today as Scotland They were never seen againThe standard bearer of the Legio IX Hispana who held aloft the golden eagle as they marched was the father of our hero Marcus Flavius Auila Marcus was a lad of twelve years when his father vanished N

  9. says:

    Rating Clarification 45 StarsMy first Rosemary Sutcliff book but it will not be my last This tale of Roman Britain and the lost Ninth Legion brings the reader into a fully imagined yet realistic world in which hono

  10. says:

    This book is fully as good as I remember That's a lot to say for a book that I adored from the age of eight until about fourteen re

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