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To The Strongest (#1 Alexander's Legacy)

Robert Fabbri



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01 December 2020
Fiction & Literature; Historical adventure; Historical fiction
'An excellent new series by the consistently brilliant Robert Fabbri' - Sunday Sport

Babylon, 323 BC: Alexander the Great is dead, leaving behind him the largest, and most fearsome, empire the world has ever seen. As his final breaths fade in a room of seven bodyguards, Alexander refuses to name a successor. But without a natural heir, who will take the reins? As the news of the king's sudden and unexpected death ripples across the land, leaving all in disbelief, the ruthless battle for the throne begins. What follows is a devious, tangled web of scheming and plotting, with alliances quickly made and easily broken, each rival with their own agenda. Let the battles begin...
By:   Robert Fabbri
Imprint:   Corvus
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Edition:   Main
Dimensions:   Height: 198mm,  Width: 128mm,  Spine: 27mm
Weight:   295g
ISBN:   9781786497987
ISBN 10:   1786497980
Series:   Alexander's Legacy
Pages:   432
Publication Date:   01 December 2020
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Robert Fabbri read Drama and Theatre at London University and worked in film and TV for twenty-five years. He has a life-long passion for ancient history, which inspired him to write the bestselling Vespasian series and the Alexander's Legacy series. He lives in London and Berlin.

Reviews for To The Strongest (#1 Alexander's Legacy)

Stuffed with political deviousness. * Jon Wise, Sunday Sport, on the Vespasian Series * An epic, brutal, and blood-thirsty journey. * Sunday Post on the Vespasian series * Fabbri does an excellent job with this scintillating source material. * Antonia Senior, The Times, praise for the Vespasian series * Powerfully chilling, detailed and dramatic. * Express Online on Arminius * A powerful retelling of one of the most dramatic events in ancient history. * Nick Rennison, BBC History, on Arminius *

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