By L. Sprague de Camp
he's fast drafted via Dionysios into Syracuse’s warfare efforts opposed to Carthage, which units him on a sequence of adventures together with a conflict opposed to Etruscan pirates and a kidnapping in Carthage.
L. Sprague’s meticulous consciousness to ancient accuracy makes this a awesome learn which entertains up to it teaches us approximately attention-grabbing occasions that formed the process history.
“Exciting and rather plausible adventures.”—Classical World
“Rousing piece of fi ction...pace is speedy and unrelenting.” —Th e Arizona Republic
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The Arrows of Hercules by L. Sprague de Camp