A Mixture of Madness

A Mixture of Madness At they chained Alexandros to the monstrous tail of a victorious Roman army just one morsel among thousands for a city always hungry for another helping of slaves years later he rides at the h

  • Title: A Mixture of Madness
  • Author: Andrew Levkoff
  • ISBN: 9780983910152
  • Page: 115
  • Format: Paperback
  • At 19, they chained Alexandros to the monstrous tail of a victorious Roman army just one morsel among thousands for a city always hungry for another helping of slaves.30 years later, he rides at the head of seven legions beside his master and benefactor Marcus Licinius Crassus is a man bent upon a war of revenge Alexandros will do anything to stop him No excellentAt 19, they chained Alexandros to the monstrous tail of a victorious Roman army just one morsel among thousands for a city always hungry for another helping of slaves.30 years later, he rides at the head of seven legions beside his master and benefactor Marcus Licinius Crassus is a man bent upon a war of revenge Alexandros will do anything to stop him No excellent soul is exempt from a mixture of madness Aristotle

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    1. I finished writing this book in November of 2012. I am giving myself till the Fall of 2014 to complete the trilogy with Blood of Eagles. The ebook version of "Madness" (both versions can be found on ) has links that take the reader from a Latin word or phrase to the glossary and back again. I hope friends of Alexandros will be happy to hear his cantankerous voice once again.

    2. Excellent tale of ancient Roman exploits in ParthiaThis book continues the scrolls of the Marcus Crassus' chief slave, Alexandros, in his recollections about how his master became involved in the Parthian campaign. It is the second installment in Andrew Levkoff's trilogy of "The Bow of Heaven," and while it can stand alone as a novel, I read "The Other Alexander" first, so I was familiar with the backstory. In this outing, Alexandros experiences the rocky road to love and witnesses what jealousy [...]

    3. I paid for this book after receiving the first book in the series for free in return for an honest review. I thoroughly enjoyed both of these well-written novels, and will definitely buy the final book in the trilogy.Narrator Alexander (born Alexandros), frightened and brave, intelligent, articulate, swinging between anger and complacency, is a very interesting character to live in for the length of a book, and through him we get to see some key events unfold in late Roman Republican history. I [...]

    4. A Mixture of Madness is the perfect blend of characters (some historical, some fictional), setting, and story. Main character Alexander is less strident about his status as a slave, as he is now middle-aged. His narrative brings to life the continuing fall of the Roman Republic, specifically Caesar's rise in power and Crassus' trip to Syria to start his Parthian campaign. The descriptions of Rome and Antioch are vivid, as are the portraits of the characters. And I certainly did not forsee the ev [...]

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