Assassins of Rome

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Back to Ostia, the four friends are together and in a leisurely mood, it’s the birthday of Jonathan which they aim to celebrate. Preparations are made and during the party, a strange guest appears on the doorstep.

The stranger wanted to meet Jonathan’s father and then he started talking in detail with Jonathan too. When they woke up early in the morning they realized that both Jonathan and the stranger were missing.

No clue about them was found but after much investigation, Flavia and the remaining two friends come to know that Jonathan has gone with the stranger for the sake of a treasure lost centuries ago. The gang can never say no to a treasure hunt so the rest of the friends also start toward the Golden House in Rome.

Treasure is sidelined just like in The Thieves of Ostia and The Secrets of Vesuvius as the fate of Jerusalem hangs in the balance which cannot be left under threat. Jonathan is found in the middle of the journey and together they plan big for this one last time with everything at stake. The fourth part gets historical too as the author Caroline Lawrence has introduced historical monuments a lot.

Justine Eyre finishes in style and it was a better performance than the last part by the narrator. Though this time there were no pirates involved which are the narrator’s favorite but still the continuation and the flow of words was brilliant. More adventures can be expected of this wonderful team in the days to come and the audience hopes to see them as mature figures now i.e dealing with the problems with confidence.

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