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The Soap Boxers Home Follow Feed Me! Contact Archives Jun 13 Review: New Pompeii (Daniel Godfrey) Jun 13, 2016 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles Leave a comment Disclaimer: I received a free copy of Daniel Godfrey’s New Pompeii for review purposes. A quick glance at the book’s synopsis had me hooked. A company has found a way to bring people from the past forward through time and land them in the present day. Their biggest challenge so far was to rescue the population of Pompeii moments before it was destroyed by the eruption of Vesuvius. Nick Houghton is a historian who is running out of career options. When he is approached by NovusPart and offered him a position as the company’s historical advisor, he jumps at the chance. The people from Pompeii weren’t just dropped into modern-day Manhattan, of course. Dropping them into a world with cars, electricity, and Twitter would be a complete sensory overload. Instead, NovusPart has created a full-scale replica of Pompeii in a remote part of Asia. The company has fabricated a decree from the emperor that gives them great control over the city. As Nick soon discovers, this is not a perfect world. The Pompeiians know that something is amiss. Like the fact that Vesuvius is just gone. And the fact that they never see any visitors from other city. They’ve been told that there is great chaos in the empire, but come on – literally NOBODY from outside ever visits? The leaders know that they are dependent on the Johnny-come-lately strangers for their survival, and this causes great concern. In other words, the natives are growing restless, and it’s up to Nick to help NovusPart figure out how to solve this problem. Story I found the concept interesting, and the book had a good pace. It contained enough detail about historical Pompeii to be enjoyable, but it doesn’t require the reader to be an expert. I had some basic knowledge of Pompeii, but some of the details made me stop and think. I had forgotten that the citizens would have had slaves, and that saving their lives may have simply increased the duration of their suffering. Characters Nick is without a doubt the lead character in the book. However, there are quite a few other characters who have significant roles. The characters are well-defined, and I found myself with emotional reactions to many of that. That’s my general test for how well characters are developed – if I have some sort of emotional reaction to a character – positive or negative – the author did a good job developing the character. New Pompeii’s Verdict As you can probably tell, I enjoyed New Pompeii. It’s a nice, easy read, and you’ll learn a few things about history in the process of reading the book. There are enough plot twists to keep you on your toes. I gave this a grade of four stars on Goodreads, but would have given 4.5 stars if I had that option. New Pompeii comes out on June 21, with a sequel planned for 2017. You can buy it now now from Amazon and other retailers. If your favorite bookstore doesn’t have it, ask them to order a copy. Leave a comment Review Daniel Godfrey, New Pompeii, Pompeii Share this article via email Like this site? Subscribe via RSS, Subscribe via Email, or Follow us on Twitter or Facebook. The permanent URL for this article is: May 26 Budget Tablet: HP 10 G2 (Android 5) May 26, 2016 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles 1 Comment I recently decided to buy a tablet. I’ve thought about it in the past, but recently received a financial award at work and decided to spend a (small) chunk of it on myself and save the rest. We do already have some tablets in the house: A Kindle Fire 1st generation – Fewer and fewer […] → Read the full article Apr 29 Back from the dead Apr 29, 2016 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles 1 Comment Things have been very quiet around here lately, mostly because work had been consuming my life for the year or so. The good news is that my work hours have now dropped off significantly (to 40ish, down from 65 or 70 recently). That should give me quite a bit more time to write. I’m probably […] → Read the full article Aug 12 The Burglar Who Counted The Spoons (Review) Aug 12, 2014 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles 1 Comment Late late year I (along with several others) was contacted by the publicist for my favorite author, Lawrence Block. Would I like to receive an Advance Review Copy of his forthcoming book. Absolutely! I’d read the book and then write a review soon after. Life got in the way, as it tends to do. Winter […] → Read the full article May 19 Is The Government Hiding Link Between Vaccines and Autism? May 19, 2014 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles Leave a comment Keith Law is a baseball writer for ESPN who focuses primarily on prospects (players not yet in the Major Leagues). He’s also a bit of an anti-Jenny McCarthy, never missing a chance to point out studies that show no link between childhood vaccines and autism. Reading the responses to his tweets is often, um, educational. […] → Read the full article Apr 14 How Hard is 300 wins? Ask King Felix. Apr 14, 2014 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles Leave a comment 300 wins and 3000 hits have long been the benchmarks for a hall of fame player. Hit well enough, hit high enough in the order, play enough years, and avoid taking a lot of walks, and a hitter can reach 3000 hits without much help from his teammates. It is a largely team-independent stat. The […] → Read the full article Jan 09 Hall of Fame Reactions Jan 09, 2014 kosmo - See all 763 of my articles 2 Comments On Wednesday, the Baseball Writers of America (BBWAA) announced the 2014 Hall of Fame class. The inductees are: Greg Maddux – Maddux is the winningest living pitcher, with 355 wins. He won four straight Cy Young awards, was almost always in the conversation as one of the top five pitchers in any given year, mentored […] → Read the full article Page 1 of 19312345...10...?Last ? Writers for The Soap Boxers are freelance writers who work as independent contractors. Opinions expressed by the writers may not necessarily reflect the opinion of management. Copyright for all content belongs to the writer identified in the byline. Copyright for any content not associated with a particular writer belongs to Kosmo. Copyright for comments belongs to the writer of the comment. 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