The Curse of Troy by Luciana Cavallaro

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Helen of Troy! The most beautiful woman in the world. Her face launched a thousand ships. Betrayal, greed and power unfold in this compelling Greek tragedy. It was a war renowned throughout times gone by as the greatest and bloodiest of them all. It was a romance between two star-crossed lovers. Helen, Queen of Sparta, home-wrecker and whore, flees with her lover Paris, Prince of Troy… That’s the story known to history.

But is this all true? History is told by the victors, and facts can be changed to twist the truth. Is it possible Helen of Sparta never went to Troy? Could she be a scapegoat in a devious plan and organised by the power hungry Agamemnon?

Perhaps. This is Helen’s story in her words, as told to a wandering historian.

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Published January 8, 2013 by Mythos Publications. 39 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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