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The Walls of Troy

by Cheery Gregory

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0989741893, Paperback)

It is seven years into the siege at Troy, and Neomene finds herself defending the Greek camp against fever and Trojan attack. Soon she is embroiled in the destiny of Achilles and the fate of Troy itself. In this sequel to The Girl from Ithaca, Neomene, Odysseus's little sister, befriends the women who are forced to survive alongside warriors such as Achilles, Ajax and Agamemnon. As the war drags on and heroes die, she finds romance and faces dangers vastly different from the battles on the Trojan Plain. Readers not familiar with the tales of Troy will find The Walls of Troy a story in its own right and an exciting introduction to Mycenaean culture, the Greek myths and the Trojan War. For those already acquainted with Homer's version, read on to discover the heroes as you've never seen them before.

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