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Learn essential lessons in leadership and life from the classic tale of Alexander the Great!

Have you heard of Alexander but don't know his story? Do you remember some of his accomplishments but wish you knew more? Do you need inspiration from Alexander's life to help you master your destiny? If so, then Alexander: The Great Leader and Hero of Macedonia and Ancient Greece is the book for you!

This exciting story is broken into captivating chapters: A World on Fire, Persian Dismemberment, The Sands of Syria, In a Land of Pharaohs, The Edge of the World, The Merciful King, Death of a Warrior.

This engrossing book also discusses the legacy of this famous man, including the many kingdoms and empires that grew out of his wake. You'll also learn how the Ancient Greek language, ideas, and culture spread across the world - affecting us even today! Don't wait - gain the knowledge and wisdom of Ancient Greek history today!

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Leaves much to be desired

The narration was good, and probably the sole reason I didn’t give this a 1-Star review.

But the text was awful. It read like a horribly bad translation of a foreign language tome. And not just occasionally, but regularly throughout the book. Even so, the 2-Star rating has more to do with the actual lack of substance than the bad translation. It is a sophomoric attempt. The research is superficial, the organization is lacking, and the content is generally boring.

I read a lot of historical biographies. This is probably one of the worst. It’s best use is probably that of background noise or something to fall asleep to, if your brain doesn’t rebel at the pedantry.