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Ramses' Puppets - Part 1 By John Neville
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It is 1260 BC: after ten long years, the Trojan War is coming to an end. This gripping historical novel tells the story of the final months of the Trojan War from the perspectives of Achilles, Hector... More > and Agamemnon. Ostensibly, the war is between the Greeks and the Trojans, but the participants are aware that they are being manipulated by Pharaoh Ramses II (Zeus) of Egypt. Despite knowing this, Agamemnon wants Troy for himself, Hector wants Troy for his family and for honour, whilst Achilles wants Troy for power. During the turmoil of war a Trojan soldier, Halius, rises through the ranks of the Trojan army. Parts 1 and 2 of "Ramses’ Puppets" combined are a stand-alone novel. However, "Ramses' Puppets" is also part of a two-novel series titled "The Trojan Chronicles" which closely follows the plot of Homer's "Iliad", taking the reader on a journey back in time over three thousand years. The other novel in the "Trojan Chronicles" is titled "Ramses – I am Zeus".< Less
RAMSES - I am Zeus By John Neville
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The Trojan War: a war that tore apart the Ancient World, a war that lasted ten years, a war that we still remember over three thousand years later. This fascinating historical novel tells the story... More > of the final months of the Trojan War from the perspective of the Ancient Egyptian Royal Family. Helen struggles to play her role as a figurehead of Troy whilst her father, Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt (Zeus), manipulates his court, his conniving family, the Greeks and the Trojans to bring the war to a successful conclusion – one that is in Egypt's interests. The finale provides a startling interpretation of how the famous Trojan Horse could have been used to take Troy.< Less
Ramses - I Am Zeus By John Neville
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The Trojan War: a war that tore apart the Ancient World, a war that lasted ten years, a war that we still remember over three thousand years later. This fascinating historical novel tells the story... More > of the final months of the Trojan War from the perspective of the Ancient Egyptian Royal Family. Helen struggles to play out her role as a figurehead for Troy whilst Pharaoh Ramses II of Egypt (Zeus) manipulates his court, his conniving family, the Greeks and the Trojans to bring the war to a successful conclusion – one that is in Egypt's interests. The finale provides a startling interpretation of how the famous Trojan Horse could have been used to take Troy.< Less
Ramses' Puppets - Part 2 By John Neville
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It is 1260 BC: after ten long years, the Trojan War is coming to an end. This gripping historical novel tells the story of the final months of the Trojan War from the perspectives of Achilles,... More > Hector and Agamemnon. In Part 1 of "Ramses’ Puppets" the Greeks under Agamemnon almost succeeded in taking Troy. But Pharaoh Ramses’ daughter Bintanath (Athena) withdrew her support at the last moment, snatching victory from the Greek Army. At the end of Part 1 the up-through-the-ranks Trojan soldier, Halius, was sent on a dangerous mission to the Greek camp with instructions to offer the Greeks a peace deal. The second and final part of "Ramses’ Puppets" continues this story. Whilst "Ramses’ Puppets" is a stand-alone novel, it is also part of a two-novel series titled "The Trojan Chronicles" which closely follows the plot of Homer's "Iliad", taking the reader on a journey back in time over three thousand years. The other novel in the Trojan Chronicles is titled "Ramses – I am Zeus".< Less
ACHILLES, HECTOR AND AGAMEMNON - Ramses' Puppets By John Neville
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It is 1260 BC: after ten long years, the Trojan War is coming to an end. This gripping historical novel tells the story of the final months of the Trojan War from the perspectives of Achilles,... More > Hector and Agamemnon. During the turmoil of war a Trojan soldier, Halius, rises through the ranks of the Trojan army. Ostensibly, the war is between the Greeks and the Trojans, but the participants are aware that they are being manipulated by Pharaoh Ramses II (Zeus) of Egypt. Despite knowing this, Agamemnon wants Troy for himself, Hector wants Troy for his family and for honour, whilst Achilles wants Troy for power. Whilst this two-part novel stands alone, it is also part of a two-novel series titled 'The Trojan Chronicles' which closely follows the plot of Homer's 'Iliad', taking the reader on a journey back in time over three thousand years.< Less