Simon Scarrow

Simon Scarrow (born 3 October 1962) is a British writer. Scarrow completed a master's degree at the University of East Anglia after working at the Inland Revenue, and then went into teaching as a lecturer, firstly at East Norfolk Sixth Form College, then at City College Norwich. Simon is a patron of the Bansang Hospital Appeal which supports an outstandingly innovative hospital in The Gambia.

He is best known for his ''Eagles of the Empire'' series of Roman military fiction set in the territories of the Roman Empire, covering the second invasion of Britain and the subsequent prolonged campaign undertaken by the rump of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. As of March 2023, there are 22 books in the series; the latest, "Rebellion", was published in 2023

He has also written another series, ''Revolution'', focusing on Wellington and Napoleon, whose first title, ''Young Bloods'', was published in 2006. The second volume, ''The Generals'', was released on 31 May 2007 and the third volume ''Fire and Sword'' was released in January 2009. The fourth and final novel of the series was released in Jun 2010 and is called ''The Fields of Death''. He began publishing a new series in 2011 titled ''Gladiator''.

In 2021, Scarrow authored an immersive audiovisual walking tour for the Roman Colosseum entitled ''Blood and Sand'' on the BARD''EUM'' mobile app. Provided by Wikipedia
Showing 1 - 1 of 1 for search: 'Scarrow, Simon, 1962-', query time: 0.03s
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search