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The Siege of Troy

The Siege of Troy

Greg Tobin

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It was the Age of Heroes

Valiant warriors like Hector, Ajax, wily Odysseus, and brave Achilles, their exploits in battle, their secret passions and hidden strengths, their friendships and rivalries -these are what legends are made of.

It began with a stolen kiss and the abduction of the beautiful Helen, wife of a king.

Diplomacy gave way to insults, and soon it fell to Agamemnon to restore the honor of his brother, Menelaus of Sparta, by leading an army of heroes to the gates of the enemy fortress.

Combat raged for nine years, neither side able to dominate the other. Until a brave Spartan dreamed up a desperate and daring gambit that just might turn the tide of battle in Sparta's favor.

Intrigue, deception, betrayal, and the love of a woman whose face launched a thousand ships brought two great armies to war.

The place was Troy . . . and this is the epic story known as The Iliad.



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Sing, O goddess, about the anger of Achilles, son of Peleus—the anger that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans. Many a brave soul did it send hurrying down to Hades, and many a hero did it yield as prey to dogs and vultures,...

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Greg Tobin

Greg Tobin is an award-winning Catholic author of popular fiction and nonfiction. A former editor and senior publishing executive, he is currently a full-time writer. He is a graduate of Yale University. Tobin lives with his wife and sons in South Orange, New Jersey.

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