The Song of Achilles

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A&C Black, Sep 5, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
A breathtakingly original rendering of the Trojan War - a devastating love story and a tale of gods and kings, immortal fame and the human heart
 

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I have two words: emotionally destroying. this book was written exceptionally and it was easy to tell why it is a modern classic. Although i know feel even more lonely if that's possible!!! A must-read!! couldn't recommend enough Read full review

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When I was young, I was frequently visited the library. One of the genres I often checked out was Greek mythology. These were tales of fantastical places and times populated with gods, demigods and ... Read full review

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Madeline Miller has a BA and MA from Brown University in Latin and Ancient Greek, and has been teaching both for the past nine years. She has also studied at the Yale School of Drama, specialising in adapting classical tales to a modern audience. The Song of Achilles is her first novel.

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