The Persian boy

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Pantheon Books, 1972 - Fiction - 419 pages
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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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"We shall have crossed the world to its furthest end" By sally tarbox on 9 September 2017 Format: Audible Audio Edition Narrated by the eponymous Persian youth, Bagoas, this is an account of the ... Read full review

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Alexander the Great's main man tells his story of devotion and sacrifice. The main character suffers in order to serve and yet [somehow] comes through it all feeling as though it was all worth it...through his humility he triumphs. Read full review

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Section 1
3
Section 2
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Section 3
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