ISBN 9788172239985,The Emissary

The Emissary

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HarperCollins Publishers

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9788172239985

ISBN-10 817223998X


Number of Pages 460 Pages
Language (English)

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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