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by Michael Curtis Ford. Published January 31, 2003 by Grijalbo Mondadori Sa. Written in Spanish.
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Xenophon pursed his lips thoughtfully and watched Proxenus' grim, tight-muscled Boeotians maneuvering their engines. For Eamon, who was once found on the shoulders of a giant, and for Isabel, who loves Homer.
Along the way, the "Ten Thousand" were decimated by hostile forces, starvation, frostbite, and disease. Frankly, I felt cheated. I've tried to figure out why Ford would end his book halfway through the story. It's almost as if he tired of writing
Along the way, the "Ten Thousand" were decimated by hostile forces, starvation, frostbite, and disease. Based primarily on the writings of Xenophon, a junior officer who assumed command of the Spartan forces after most of the senior officers were treacherously slaughtered, this novel retains much of the flavor of the soldier's memoirs. It's almost as if he tired of writing. Reflecting on that thought, it occurred to me that the book became less and less detailed as it approached it's conclusion.