Alexander the Great lies dying and around him gather the generals, the provincial satraps and royal wives. They are already competing for the prizes of power and land. Only Bagoas, the persian boy is mourning in the shadows and wants nothing. This book follows the events of fifteen years after Alexander's death and sees his mighty empire disintegrate.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - lorax - LibraryThing
The first two novels in Renault's Alexander trilogy, Fire from Heaven and The Persian Boy, were outstanding. Funeral Games, however, lacks the strong narrative voice or central character of the first ... Read full review
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