"As Funeral Games opens, Alexander the Great lies dying. Around his body gather the generals, the provincial satraps and the royal wives, already competing for the prizes of power and land. Only Bagaos, the Persian boy mourning in the shadows wants nothing. Tracing the events of the fifteen years following Alexander's death, Funeral Games sees his almighty empire disintergrate, and brings Mary Renault's Alexander trilogy to a dramatic close."
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sonofcarc - LibraryThing
Self-consciously valedictory. Renault completists should keep an eye out for a cameo appearance, near the end of the book, by Alexias, the hero of her first historical novel, The Last of the Wine. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - saturnloft - LibraryThing
This book, the final volume in Mary Renault's Alexander the Great trilogy, covers the events right after Alexander's death. Without Alexander's powerful personality to provide unity and focus, his ... Read full review