ABOUT THIS BOOK
PUBLICATION DATE: October 15, 2020
By Oliver Thomson
War and Betrayal
Love and Murder
2500 years ago, in the year that King Darius of Persia died, a man called, Euphorion, was born in Greece. Witness to some of the most glorious episodes of ancient Athens, the wars, the crimes, the political intrigues, he expected war, hoped for love and found murder and betrayal on his doorstep instead.
Euphorion is the first fiction novel by distinguished Cambridge historian, Oliver Thomson. Part fiction, part travelogue, Euphorion is an imaginative journey that will also benefit travellers to Greece and Turkey.
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