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The Song of Achilles: A Novel

The Song of Achilles: A Novel

The legend starts... 

Greece in the period of saints. Patroclus, an ungainly youthful sovereign, has been banished to the realm of Phthia to be brought up in the shadow of King Peleus and his brilliant child, Achilles."The best of the considerable number of Greeks"— solid, lovely, and the offspring of a goddess—Achilles is everything the disgraced Patroclus isn't. However regardless of their disparities, the young men become unfaltering associates. Their bond extends as they develop into youngsters and become talented in human expressions of war and prescription—a lot to the dismay and the rage of Achilles' mom, Thetis, a pitiless ocean goddess with a disdain of humans. 

At the point when word comes that Helen of Sparta has been seized, the men of Greece, bound by blood and pledge, must lay attack to Troy in her name. Enticed by the guarantee of a wonderful fate, Achilles joins their motivation, and conflicted between adoration and dread for his companion, Patroclus follows. Much to their dismay that the Fates will test them both as at no other time and request a horrible penance.


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