Steven Pressfield is the internationally best-selling author of Gates of Fire and Tides of War. An epic of love and war, Last of the Amazons is a gripping, imaginative novel of the ancient world filled with Pressfield’s trademark extraordinary attention to detail. In the time before Homer, the legendary Theseus, king of Athens, journeys to the nation of proud female warriors whom the Greeks called Amazons.
©2002 Steven Pressfield (P)2002 Recorded Books, LLC
I think so
The Amazons and the battle. Least would be the characters form of story tellers.
There are several and they were all good.
ZEN. LDS. GTD. FTW.
I really like the narration. The reading is excellent. I just didn't like the story, and in a way, that affected the performance (for me, anyway).
Steven Pressfield is one of the greatest writers alive, but this one was not his best IMO.
Less dour, I guess
The narrator (the first one, the one is the sample clip) is an excellent narrator. She reads poetry for Poetry Magazine (if I'm not mistaken) and she really helps me understand the underlying messages.
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