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Rome AD 36. The mighty Feline Empire rules the world. A ginger cat is comfortable managing Rome's finest Bath and Spa complex. But Fortune has other plans for him. He's arrested and imprisoned by Catligula, the Emperor's favourite. Released into a school for gladiators he must win his freedom in the Arena - before his opponents make dog food out of him.
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'Cat-tastic!' - London Evening Standard
'A highly original story with lots of scope for giggles, it also provides some background history and can't fail to delight cat fans (or otherwise) everywhere!' - Booktrusted.co.uk
'This is a must for any child who has studied, or is about to study, Roman history at school... a perfect story for children to read themselves or for parents to join in... Fabulous!' - Andrea Don, Waterstones.com
'Young fans of ancient Rome will love this book and it's a great introduction for those who are not yet familiar with it's history. Spartapuss, a ginger tom cat, falls from favour as manager of the finest bath and spa in Rome and ends up fighting for his life in a school for gladiators. The characters are full of life and there is a surprising amount of historical accuracy to watch out for. This is the first of a series, so watch out for more!' - Sam Beck, Waterstones.com
'Packed with more catty puns than you ever thought pawsible, this witty Roman romp is history with cattitude.' - Junior Magazine
'I think they are unique books that have really caught the imagination of the public here...' - Andrew Fairmaner, (Buyer, The British Museum Shop)
'This is too good to be left just as a children's book! Extremely funny and brilliantly written. Robin Price has taken the events of Roman history focusing around the time of Emperor Tiberious, Caligula and Claudius and turned it into something fascinating.' - Angela Longman, Monsters and Critics.com
'An exciting series. Overall, three really good books. I would recommend them to 10 year olds and upwards who enjoy thrillers that you can't put down til you've read the whole thing!' - Flora Murray, The Journal of Classics Teaching
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