4th Century

From the Realm of Time: A Novel of The Fourth Century Roman Empire

By Scott Douglas Prill - Published 2018



Late in the 4th century CE, Rome faces many enemies on its northern frontiers and is losing too many battles. General Marcus Augustus ...Read Review

Dark Age

By James Wilde - Published 2018


Later 4th-century Britannia is not a safe place. The well-ordered world of Rome’s rule is crumbling fast, and the “old ways” are ...Read Review

The Road to Alexander

By Jennifer Macaire - Published 2017



The story starts about 300years in the future when a young journalist wins a prize to be sent back in time to interview ...Read Review

Beyond the Wall

By Tanya Landman - Published 2017


Children/Young Adult

In 4th-century Roman Britain, 15-year-old Cassia is a slave in the household of Titus Cornelius Festus. After he tries to rape her, Cassia ...Read Review

The Mask of Command

By Ian Ross - Published 2016



We are back in the 4th century for this tale about the closing years of the Roman Empire, which has split in two, ...Read Review

The Confessions of X

By Suzanne Wolfe - Published 2016



The narrator of Wolfe’s deeply poignant novel is nameless, for this detail was never historically recorded. A poor young woman from Rome’...Read Review

Legionary — Gods & Emperors

By Gordon Doherty - Published 2015



In the late 4th century BC, the eastern parts of the Roman Empire are overrun by Goths, war-bands roaming freely over the Thracian ...Read Review


By Sarah Walton - Published 2016


There are interesting stories alluded to in Sarah Walton’s Rufius, including the destruction of the Great Library at Alexandria, the repository for ...Read Review

Demon Hunter Severian – Lady of the Night Gates

By Giovanni Anastasi - Published 2014



Demon Hunter Severian is an exciting tale of mystery and action about Aurelius Severian, a demon hunter who works for the Holy Roman ...Read Review

Jerome & His Women

By Joan O'Hagan - Published 2015


Biographical Fiction

Saint Jerome, who was commissioned by Bishop Damasus I of Rome to make a new, definitive Latin translation of the Bible by AD 390, ...Read Review