Antony and Cleopatra

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From the bestselling author of The Thorn Birds and the Masters of Rome series comes a captivating novel of passion, politics, love and death the epic story of two of the world's most famous lovers - and the forces of politics, intrigue and ambition that shaped them - told as only Colleen McCullough can. Brutus and Cassius are dead at Philippi, leaving two Roman men to inherit the world. One is the twenty-year-old Octavian, whose brilliance, subtlety and political cunning give the lie to his small, sickly appearance. the ...

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Bonnie D

Dec 22, 2011

Fascinating story

I've read plenty about Cleopatra and wouldn't have bothered except that all of Ms. McCullough's novels about Rome have been exceptional. This book is no exception. All of the characters really come alive in her books.

Charlieoneday

Apr 22, 2010

Continuing Excellant History

The book continues the saga of Rome and the characteers of history protrayed in real life dialogue, trials, tribulations, humor, sadness, and all other kinds of emotions. Colleen has done a marvelous job of protraying the Roman Empire and Republic from "The Frst Man In Rome" to the present "Antony and Cleopatra"

SHAREY

Sep 24, 2009

first rate

A great follow-up on her Roman series. Egypt and the people come alive on the pages. Even though everyone knows the end of the story, it is still spellbinding

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