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Great read and I highly recommend it to anyone who's interested in learning about historical warfare.
The supporting characters are very well drawn and, while there are certainly a lot of them, easy to keep track of (after a while).
This is a well researched book on some of the campaigns of Alexander the Great that is creatively written in the novel format.
drags on a while, not as compelling as Gates of Fire, but a fairly good history lesson on Alexander.....need more wordsPublished 5 days ago by Steven J. Griffith
Nice touch to be able to learn about Alexander from his own voice. The inner Alexander and vivid battles make it a adventurous and meditative book at same time.Published 27 days ago by C Burgos
I didn't like this as much as Pressfield's other books. I highly recommend Gates of Fire or one of his nonfiction books. Still it inspired me to learn more about Alexander.Published 1 month ago by Jason D. Sands
Alexander's outsized personality and accomplishments are presented in an outstanding literary masterpiece. I am really happy to have read such an excellent book.Published 2 months ago by JLMA
Pressfield is clearly one of the best writers ever in the historical fiction genre. I thought Killing Rommel and Gates of Fire were two of the best books I have ever read. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lael Prock
Shows another side to Alexander the Great. It is really well written, with lots of history. Another great book to read.Published 3 months ago by JamesC
This book is excellently written, interesting, and a great introduction to Alexander's strategies and tactics in a fun, engaging package. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Capt H
Alexander the Great is quoted as saying something like, "I love my enemies, especially the great ones. They make me. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great read! You have to love pressfields use of the first person when recounting history. It makes it so much easier to understand the full scope of the story.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer