TDH, I would love to hear about it. How historically precise is it and what period does it cover ? Is it tediously academic ?
I'm not sure how to respond to how historically precise it is. It does get specific with dates if that's what you mean. It's not a general timeline. There's not a lot of guessing. It starts at the creation of Rome and obviously will end at the end. It focuses on major turning points. The chapters are Revolution, Caesar, Augustus, Nero, Rebellion, Hadrian, Constantine and Fall. I'm finding it very easy to read. Not academic at all. It's a breeze.