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  • The Temple of Fortuna

  • The Wolf Den Trilogy, Book 3
  • By: Elodie Harper
  • Narrated by: Antonia Beamish
  • Length: 11 hrs and 39 mins
  • 4.8 out of 5 stars (77 ratings)
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The Temple of Fortuna

By: Elodie Harper
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Summary

The final installment in Elodie Harper's Sunday Times bestselling Wolf Den Trilogy Amara's journey has taken her far; from a slave in Pompeii's wolf den to a high-powered courtesan in Rome... though her story is not over yet. While Amara plays for power in Rome's imperial palace, those dearest to her remain in Pompeii. But it is AD 79, and mighty Mount Vesuvius is about to make itself known... 'Beautiful, moving, captivating.' JENNIFER SAINT 'Vivid, unsentimental and compelling.' THE TIMES

©2023 Elodie Harper (P)2023 Head of Zeus

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an absorbing and dramatic audiobook

set against the background of the Roman empire and amidst the streets of Pompeii and the shadow of Mt Vesuvius, we meet Amara, a freed slave, engaged to an important Roman. she has come a long way from her position in the Wolf Den brothel in book 1 of the same name and this book picks up immediately after the events of book 2 The House with the Golden Door. Amara's status always seems to hang in the balance though with her previous owner present as a menacing threat to revert her back to her old days. There is so much drama in this book based around the natural disaster of Mt Vesuvius. Its eruption causes chaos and shapes the course of events for all and bringing so much loss. an absolutely absorbing listen.

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Perfect Conclusion … Or Is It?!

I loved this trilogy so much. The narrator is the perfect choice for this series. I am going to miss the characters so much (I will have to listen again from book 1 I think) - however, I feel there may be a fourth book, or perhaps a new series, based on one of the other characters (my personal favourite)! Time will tell.

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five stars

wonderful characters. gut-wrenching arcs. vivid writing. a brilliant finale to a trilogy i adored! thank you Elodie Harper, for writing these books

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Was so sorry when it ended, loved it

I saw the final book on an audible offer, decided to try from the beginning, was unconvinced at first but I loved the characters the story, I was swept along with it and felt quite bereft when it ended

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Absolutely incredible final instalment

I loved the first two book, this one was incredible. Elodie Harper, you are amazing.

What a wonderful book. It bought me to tears, sobbing ones. And joy.
Amara, what a woman!

Going to start at book one straight away!

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Just wonderful

Have loved listening to the whole three books, loved how the series was finished too. Fact and fiction fitted perfectly

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Masterclass in literary work

What a way to end a trilogy literally with a bang. Outstanding in every way, ruthless when it needs to be. Everyone knows how Pompei ended and this painted such a clear picture of how devastating it can be

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Amazing !!!

As always the author did not disappoint!!! This book was a perfect ending to an amazing trilogy!!

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Utterly Absorbing

I have just finished The Temple of Fortuna, the final instalment of ‘The Wolf Den’ trilogy. I have to say, this is one of the best series of books I have ever read. I cannot even begin to contemplate starting another book yet as it just feels as though nothing will compare.

The eruption of Mt. Vesuvius and destruction of Pompeii is an event we all know of, but to experience it through characters we have come to know so well throughout the first 2 books was such an emotional experience.

The ending was perfect <3

Please can we have more instalments? I think I could read about Amara forever.

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Great book

I loved it, living the eruption of the Vesuvius through Amara’s eyes is a great experience. Even better than the two previous ones.

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