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This novel in the scintillating Tyrant series brings the epic siege of Rhodes in 306 BC to spectacular life.

The death of Alexander the Great was the signal to begin the greatest war in human history - a war that swept like a firestorm from one end of the known world to the other, as his former generals fought like jackals to make his vast empire their own.

By 305 BC, the most powerful players in this deadly game faced each other across the Mediterranean: Ptolemy, the master of Egypt, and Antigonus One-Eye, master of Asia. And between them, the island of Rhodes, a strategic fortress city that neither could afford to cede to the enemy.

But trapped in the city was one man with the courage and determination to save it from destruction. A man who, surrounded by his closest friends and the woman he loved, simply could not afford to fail. 

A man called Satyrus.

©2020 Christian Cameron (P)2020 Orion Publishing Group

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  • Michael Cabral
  • 2021-02-08

Simply Wonderful

I have enjoyed this series so very much. Great writing a gripping storyline throughout the series. Peter Noble is a treasure I wonder how he can do what he does, it’s magic I think. He has a way of switching from male to female voicing that is so convincing it’s just remarkable. I know I will listen to this more than once. I love the quick little barb about Alexander the Great very near the end perfect in my view. Made me laugh hard and think hard.

I look forward to more from this series. Please.