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Posted by Larry Nolen at 6: Heads Up 1 year ago. Negrete tells an exciting story, but one that feels “authentic” in its characterizations, its setting, and in how certain events are portrayed and interpreted xlejandro the characters.

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Asking the Wrong Questions. John Harrison Mark C. If this book were available in English translation, I suspect it would be very popular with ancient history fans, especially those who are interested in more than idle speculation over whether Macedonian phalanxes could overcome the Roman legions. So long, and thanks mzgno all the books 3 years ago. Negrete does not rush to the conclusion, but instead develops the scenes set in southern Italy and Rome until they and not the forthcoming, portent-filled battle are the true focus of the novel.


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Alejandro Magno y las águilas de Roma

In fact, the battle itself comprises only a single chapter and it serves to set the stage for a cliffhanger that ends this novel. He bases his imagined conflict between the Macedonians and the Romans on events jxvier did indeed transpire a generation later in the regions of Calabria and Sicily in southern Italy.

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