Diophon the Great by Darren Strickland

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"This story is set in ancient Greece where a young Athenian Olympic athlete, Diophon, loses the Olympic Games because he is poisoned before the last event by an evil and greedy council member of Athens, Tyrax, on a bet against his own city. Now Diophon must not only redeem himself, but save the city from the evil corruption of Tyrax. To do so, he must get the help of Alexander the Great and even the gods themselves in this wild and zany adventure.



Darren Strickland grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan where he majored in telecommunications and film and minored in history. He has studied acting, worked on music videos, and created promos for a television station. He has a strong interest in ancient history."
 

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Strickland grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan where he majored in telecommunications and film and minored in history. He has studied acting, worked on music videos, and created promos for a television station. He has a strong interest in ancient history.
 
Published July 19, 2000 by iUniverse. 152 pages
Genres: History, Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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