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I made the huge mistake of starting with Caesar's Women. It was a waiting room freebie and after being there for a few hours, I was hopelessly into it. Then I read Caesar, which is, I believe, the fourth book in the series. Being the anal type, I ordered the other books from my favorite indie bookstore with the intention of reading them in order (including the two I've already read because I am anal), and in the meantime Ted, the owner who knows every book ever written by anyone ever in history, suggested I read Fortune's Favorites, not exactly a part of the series but good supplement covering Sulla's last days and Caesar's first ones. Real thick -- over 1,000 paperback pages including glossary, maps, McCullough's so bad they're funny illustrations and acknowledgments.

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