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Scythian Trilogy Book 2: The Golden King


Score: 4.67 (votes: 6)
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The chief of the tribe is dead, killed by his son's treachery; and the priestess, the lover of the young cavalry officer, Nikometros, is carried off into the mountains. Nikometros and his friends set off in pursuit. 

Death rides with them and by the time they return, the tribes are at war. Nikometros is faced with the choice of attempting to become chief himself or leaving the people he has come to love and respect, returning to his duty as an army officer in the Empire of Alexander.


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  • James Schwartz (Amazon customer)
    Sep 20, 2017, 06:13
    Wonderful Series

    Great read!
    Excellent series with strong story lines.
    I read one after the other and look forward to future work from Mr. Overton!
  • Malcolm Sullivan (amazon customer)
    Sep 20, 2017, 06:12
    A great story

    Worth the read, however to get the full picture you should read the first book, lion of Scythia.
    Looking forward to the next book.
  • lameduck (Amazon customer)
    Sep 20, 2017, 06:12
    Max Overton: Genius!

    Anyone who loved the Scarab series will also enjoy this trilogy. Max Overton is a genius - waited for the sixth Scarab book impatiently and was delighted to the Scythian Trilogy to add to my library.
  • Philip T Sharp (Amazon customer)
    Sep 20, 2017, 06:10
    Well written and informative

    Background based on fact. Brings out the influence that Alexander the Great had on the known world, Also how even more than 2 centuries ago the racial mix was probably as much as it is today.
  • Thornerfhammer (amazon customer)
    Sep 20, 2017, 06:09
    Great Book

    Amazing book, great story line, love the history side of this. Great character development and story approach. Max knows how to weave a tale, and combine this history.
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