Beneath the gaze of the gods, the mighty armies of Greece and Troy met in fierce and glorious combat, scrupulously following the text set forth in Homer's timeless narrative. But that was before twenty-first-century scholar Thomas Hockenberry stirred the bloody brew, causing an enraged Achilles to join forces with his archenemy Hector and turn his murderous wrath on Zeus and the entire pantheon of divine manipulators; before the swift and terrible mechanical creatures that catered for centuries to the pitiful idle remnants of Earth's human race began massing in the millions, to exterminate rather than serve.
And now all bets are off.
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could this saga about old humans, post humans, future humans, and.Jan 13 2011 | Read Full Review of Olympos (Ilium)
However, those I have seen in the book shops recently seem to be becoming longer without developing in terms of interest: there is a Dickensian one, one called The Terror set on a ship trapped in ice and the re-issuing of Carrion Comfort which is I think the book that helped make his reputation.| Read Full Review of Olympos (Ilium)
Olympos Dan Simmons Gollancz paperback £10.99 review by Patrick Hudson
Given that it is impossible to write meaningfully about the far future, the aim of ...
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