The Lost Book of Alexander the Great

  • Title: The Lost Book of Alexander the Great
  • Author: AndrewYoung
  • ISBN: 9781594161971
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Excellent The Lost Book of Alexander the Great is exciting and profoundly interesting THIS is how history should be written and taught I didn t know much about Alexander the Great before reading this, but now I see what an intriguing person he was What I find particularly interesting about this book is how the author presents history in a subjective light The Romans view of Alexander differs from the Greeks perspective Since most readers are only familiar with the Roman point of view, it is fasc [...]

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    2. Bob and I read this aloud on our drive from Cincinnati to Kansas City Bob is a knowledgeable military tactician and was familiar with the history of this time period I, however, am not so familiar with military strategy Still, we both found the book interesting, well paced, and thorough Lots of maps and diagrams help the average reader feel connected to the text and able to follow the campaign progression Of particular interest to me was Ptolemy s use of the written language as propaganda in a t [...]

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    3. All I knew of Alexander was from the Roman point of view I have never read a direct source but wanted to learn This book is well paced and contains lots of interesting details A fun casual read but informative a hard balance to find with ancient history Alexander and Ptolemy are intriguing men and this book is a great introduction to both.

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