The Persian boy

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Pantheon Books, 1972 - Fiction - 419 pages
156 Reviews
A slave-boy in the household of Alexander the Great tells about the adventures of the Macedonian king during the last seven years of his life

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A terrific insight into Alexander The Great. - Goodreads
A wonderful love story. - Goodreads
Well researched and well written. - Goodreads
The writing is exceptional. - Goodreads
Prose was a bit stiff. - Goodreads
Outstanding character development. - Goodreads

Review: The Persian Boy (Alexander the Great #2)

User Review  - Kingsley Adrian - Goodreads

Moving, gripping, evocative... a true love story of longing and passion and the inability to ask for more than is given... a tale of emotional torture and pain that comes with true love... Mary Renault was indeed magnificent... beats the other writers of the times... Read full review

Review: The Persian Boy (Alexander the Great #2)

User Review  - See Xiong - Goodreads

The books is good, but I really dislike the main character, Bagoas. I guess reading the first book I like Hephaistion more than Bagoas. I could really feels Alexander's pain when Hephaistion died. I ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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