ISBN 9788172239985,The Emissary

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ISBN 9788172239985
Publisher

HarperCollins Publishers

Publication Year 2011
ISBN-13

ISBN 9788172239985

ISBN-10 817223998X
Binding

Hardcover

Number of Pages 460 Pages
Language (English)
Subject

Historical fiction

For Murder Is Murder, Whether It Arrives In The Form Of Steel Or The Fangs Of An Adder.&Rsquo; This Ambitious Novel Transports You To The Heart Of Greece In The Time Of Alexander The Great. Seleucus, Son Of Nicanor, Learns To Cope With Treachery At A Very Young Age. It Doesn&Rsquo;T Take Him Long To Master The Art Of Deceit Himself; His Journey From Renegade Citizen To Powerful Public Figure Is Testimony To His Skills. And From The Exhilarating Chariot Race In Olympia To Alexander&Rsquo;S Encounter With The Persian Army On The Banks Of The Granicus, His Story Rivets You From Beginning To End. Written With Admirable Verve, And With A Scholarship Lightly Worn, The Emissary Is A Truly Wonderful Patchwork Of Intrigue, Betrayal, Violence And Military Skullduggery In A Distant World, Epic In Proportion And Quite Unputdownable. Praise For Bunker 13 &Lsquo;&Hellip;Funny, Farcical And Ferocious&Rsquo; &Mdash;Literary Review &Lsquo;One Of The Most Enjoyably Demented Books I Have Read In A Long Time&Rsquo; &Mdash;The Times &Lsquo;Remarkable.Imagine Catch 22 Rewritten By Hunter S. Thompson&Rsquo; &Mdash;Guardian

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