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Destroyer of Cities 

Destroyer of Cities (2013)
(The fifth book in the Tyrant series)
A novel by Christian Cameron

 
Demetrius, son of Alexander's former comrade, Antigonus One-Eye, was perhaps the most dashing and charismatic of the Successors, the Macedonian generals who fought a bitter war for the spoils of Alexander's short-lived empire. Still smarting from his epic defeat at the hands of Ptolemy, Demetrius has his eye on one of the richest prizes in the ancient world - the naval superpower of Rhodes. But the Rhodians know that defeat will mean annihilation, and Demetrius's campagin will entail five separate naval battles over several years before he can begin to breach the city walls - leading him to employ an array of fantastic war machines: ancient super-weapons like his gigantic lens of polished bronze used to focus on the city's wooden ramparts and set them ablaze. If she is to survive against such a merciless assault, Rhodes will need the help of every ally she can muster - including the newly crowned King of the Bosporus, Satyrus, and his fiery twin, Melitta...

Genre: Historical
 
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Paperback Editions

October 2013 : Paperback
Title: Tyrant: Destroyer of Cities
Author(s): Christian Cameron
ISBN: 1409120686 / 9781409120681 (UK edition)
Publisher: Orion
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January 2013 : Paperback
Title: Tyrant: Destroyer of Cities
Author(s): Christian Cameron
ISBN: 1409122255 / 9781409122258 (UK edition)
Publisher: Orion
Availability: Amazon UK   Amazon   

Kindle Editions

February 2013 : Kindle edition
Title: Tyrant: Destroyer of Cities
Author(s): Christian Cameron
ISBN: B00BBYEDG6
Publisher: Orion
Availability: Amazon UK   

 


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