Excellent series with strong story lines.
I read one after the other and look forward to future work from Mr. Overton!
Sep 20, 2017, 06:21
I enjoyed this trilogy. It moved along at a steady pace and was exciting and intriguing. I recommend it along with the Kings of Egypt books, 1-6.
Mary M. Spacagna
Sep 20, 2017, 06:20
The ending was a little abrupt but overall a great series. I'm and Overton fan now! Time to upload another of his series!
Malcolm Sullivan (Amazon customer)
Sep 20, 2017, 06:20
love the history, love the story.
What a great way to learn about history.
I have never known much about Alexandra the great until I read these books on him.
Not written as a biography but as a story woven thru time and history.
To get the most from the book you should read from the beginning of the series.
Sep 20, 2017, 06:19
I have become a great fan of Mr Overton's works. His ability to take one to another time in history enthralls me and I loved this series as much as his other books. There is something unique about Mr Overton's style that constantly surprises the reader. I find his stories unpredictable, even when the element of historical fact may be known, who knows what is to become of his characters. I hope he continues to write as I am a ready and willing reader, and judging by Mr Overton's reviews, I am not the only one.
Bob Jarvis (Amazon customer)
Sep 20, 2017, 06:18
Satisfying closure to the adventures of the Lion of Scythia.
After the warfare & wanderings on the Scythian Plains our hero returns to the Macedonian army in Babylon and reconnects with the great Alexander and company. Although this movement causes a sea-change in the thrust of the previous two novels in the series, in that the military action is much reduced and is replaced by way more political in-fighting and intrigue; I felt that this change of direction would be a winner and I do believe this was the best of the trilogy.
Characters were very well presented, especially the true historical ones. They came over as interesting and, more importantly, believable. The story whilst a little rushed at the end, does give the trilogy reasonable closure and I particularly enjoyed the historical postscript that gave a great scenario of the actual consequences for the real characters in the years that followed these events.
Satisfying final part in the series. Well done Mr. Overton.
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