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Antony and Cleopatra

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From master storyteller Colleen McCullough, author of The Thorn Birds, comes a riveting account of one of the most famous and disastrous love affairs of all time. McCullough explores the turbulent history of the Roman empire and its great leaders: Marc Antony and his cohort-turned-enemy Octavian.
Kindle Edition, 785 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by McArthur & Company
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Hans Doreleyers
Another masterpiece by Colleen McCullough

I am an avid fan of Colleen McCullough and believe I have read every book she has published.My favourite is the Rome series which chronicles the rise and assassination of Cesar. This book narrates the chaos that ensues after Cesar's death and the power struggle that ensues to fill the power gap. Antony believes himself the rightful heir, even though Cesar named Octavianus as his sole heir. underestimating Octavanus by a mile, Antonius sets out to
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