The Song of Achilles : Bloomsbury Modern Classics
by Madeline Miller
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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A beautiful new limited limited edition limited edition paperback book of The Song of Achilles, published in the center of the Modern City Classics of The List that God touches his finger on the arrow to make arrowsAs he breathes, a puff of air, as if, to send dandelions, flight, push small boats on the water.And the arrow flies, straight and silent, in a curve, downwards of the bow towards Achilles from the back.Greece, in the age of heroesPatrocle, a young clumsy prince, was exiled to the court of King Pelee and the perfection of his son Achilles.Despite their differences, the boys develop an offer of friendship, a bond that flourishes in something deeper as they grow up in young men.But when Helena of Sparta is kidnapped, Achilles is distributed remotely Troy to fulfill her destiny.Torn between love and fear for her friend, Patrocle follows, little knowing that the next few years will test all that is dear to her.
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