A Song of War: A Novel of Troy

A Song of War: A Novel of Troy

Title:A Song of War: A Novel of Troy
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:444 pages

Troy: city of gold, gatekeeper of the east, haven of the god-born and the lucky, a city destined to last a thousand years. But the Fates have other plans—the Fates, and a woman named Helen. In the shadow of Troy's gates, all must be reborn in the greatest war of the ancient world: slaves and queens, heroes and cowards, seers and kings . . . and these are their stories.

A young princess and an embittered prince join forces to prevent a fatal elopement.

A tormented seeress challenges the gods themselves to save her city from the impending disaster.

A tragedy-haunted king battles private demons and envious rivals as the siege grinds on.

A captured slave girl seizes the reins of her future as two mighty heroes meet in an epic duel.

A grizzled archer and a desperate Amazon risk their lives to avenge their dead.

A trickster conceives the greatest trick of all.

A goddess' son battles to save the spirit of Troy even as the walls are breached in fire and blood.

Seven authors bring to life the epic tale of the Trojan War: its heroes, its villains, its survivors, its dead. Who will lie forgotten in the embers, and who will rise to shape the bloody dawn of a new age?

    A Song of War: A Novel of Troy Reviews

  • Erin

    First it was "A Day of Fire" in 2014, followed by "A Year of Ravens" in 2015, now with " A Song of War" recently arriving on our shelves in October 2016, it must be universally accepted that these col...

  • Erin

    Find this and other reviews at: http://flashlightcommentary.blogspot....Trends in historic fiction are changing. I’ve read the genre for the better part of the last two decades and I’ve never seen...

  • Judith Starkston

    If a diversity-bringing, often raunchy, always nuanced, new take on an old tale sounds like a good read to you, then pick up this “novel-in-parts.” Retelling the Trojan War, from its early causes ...

  • Marquise

    First book of the year to hit my Favourites shelf, and it's just the first week of January! What could I possibly add that's not been said here, here, or here? I largely agree with what's there, with ...

  • Audra (Unabridged Chick)

    It is no secret that I'm a huge fan of the writing collective known as the H Team -- a group of authors who have produced three collaborative historical novels, the first being A Day of Fire and the...

  • Deborah Pickstone

    And I read all Kate Quinn's books again and went back to the library and........finally! A Song of War!I read some of the classics and later Colleen McCullough's The Song of Troy - last year, I think ...

  • Reeda Booke

    A fantastic retelling of The Illiad by 8 very talented and wonderful authors in one anthology! It's amazing how that each tell the story and weave it together so seamlessly into one cohesive story. Ku...

  • Crystal Starr Light

    Bullet Review:Don’t faint - I finally finished this!I think a lot of what slowed me to a halt on this was the very slow Briseis story, which I had to skip in order to make any progress. As with most...

  • Leeanna

    This review originally appeared on my blog, Leeanna.me.==When I heard about A SONG OF WAR, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. This is my third “novel-in-parts” by the wonderful H Team, and o...

  • Stephanie (Bookfever)

    The Apple by Kate Quinn:The First story of this anthology started of really strong. I thought it was an amazing story but this came as hardly a surprise since it was written by Kate Quinn, one of my t...