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Review Christian Cameron, Funeral Games (2010), about the brother-sister twins, heirs to a rich Black Sea kingdom, who become fugitives after their mother is killed and must journey west to take shelter with their father's old friend Diodorus, himself in the midst of a violent struggle for power after the death of Alexander the Great; #3 in the Tyrant series.Review Christian Cameron, King of the Bosporus (2011), about twin brothers who set out to win vengeance against the man who stole the kingdom that is rightfully theirs; #4 in the Tyrant series.Christian Cameron, Tyrant (2008), about an Athenian soldier who must become a mercenary after he is exiled from Athens; #1 in the Tyrant series.Review Christian Cameron, Storm of Arrows (2009), about an Athenian in love with a Scythian warrior-princess, who leads his band of mercenary soldiers against Alexander's army; #2 in the Tyrant series.Modern archaeologists, excavating deeper, have found a series of cities built on top of each other, including a walled city which appears to have been destroyed by war, whose date corresponds to that of ancient Troy. C., is another civilization we have come to know from both legend and archaeology.The strange tale of the Minotaur, half-man, half-bull, seemed mere fantasy until the the bull-dancers painted on the walls of the Palace at Knossos suggested the vein of truth behind the legend. D., who had access to sources now lost, provide the historical basis for a variety of superb novels.
Review or Author Interview Charles Rowan Beye, Odysseus: A Life (2004), a fictional "biography" of this legendary survivor of the Trojan War.History came into being with accounts like those of the Greek historians Herodotus, Thucydides and Xenophon, who wrote about the war with Persia and Peloponnesian War between Sparta and Athens in the fifth century B. Their accounts, laced with vivid anecdotes about Persian and Greek leaders, have inspired many historical novels. The 36 Best Historical Novels for a Survey of Ancient Greek History, selected by David Maclaine Jump to Mystery Novels Click on the title for more information from Powell's Books or another online source, or if you're outside the U. Brian Aldiss, Jocasta (2014), a retelling of the Oedipus story from the perspective of his mother.Alexander the Great, the fourth century Macedonian warrior-king who conquered most of the world known to the Greeks of his day, is still recalled in the Middle East and beyond with tales praising him as an ancestor or reviling him as a devil. Gertrude Atherton, The Immortal Marriage (1927), about Aspasia and her relationship with Pericles in ancient Athens.Review Christian Cameron, Marathon: Freedom or Death (2011), about the Battle of Marathon in 490 B.C., which pitted the Greeks against the invading Persians; #2 in the Long War series.
Gertrude Atherton, The Jealous Gods (1928), about Alcibiades of Athens.