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Glyn Iliffe
Glyn Iliffe studied English and Classics at Reading University, where he developed a passion for the stories of ancient Greek mythology. Well travelled, Glyn has visited nearly forty countries, trekked in the Himalayas, spent six weeks hitchhiking across North America and had his collarbone... show more

Glyn Iliffe studied English and Classics at Reading University, where he developed a passion for the stories of ancient Greek mythology. Well travelled, Glyn has visited nearly forty countries, trekked in the Himalayas, spent six weeks hitchhiking across North America and had his collarbone broken by a bull in Pamplona. He is married with two daughters and lives in Leicestershire, England. King of Ithaca was his first novel, followed by The Gates of Troy and The Armour of Achilles. He launched The Oracles of Troy in October 2013 and is currently working on the fifth book in the series, The Voyage of Odysseus.For more information about Glyn Iliffe or The Adventures of Odysseus series visit www.glyniliffe.com
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BuckeyeAngel
BuckeyeAngel rated it 6 years ago
This is the story of Heracles, one of many illegitimate children of Zeus. It is the journey of Heracles and the 12 labors he must face. I loved reading this story. As I read it,I felt as if I were there, watching everything with my own eyes. My heart cried for him and for everything he went through....
Obi
Obi rated it 6 years ago
Heracles(Hercules)is the son of Almecedes and Zeus (who slept with her while pretending to be her husband Amphitryon). As a birthday present Zeus gives his son immeasurable physical strenght(he lets Hera nurse him without her knowledge so he acquired this supernatural power of the goddess herself). ...
Brian's Book Blog
Brian's Book Blog rated it 7 years ago
Eperitus finds himself exiled from his home country, stumbles across Odysseus and then follows him around like a puppy, turning up just when he's needed and helping to save the day.The story is well enough told, but there's never any sense of danger to the main characters. Eperitus is handy as a mea...
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