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Alexander the Great

What does it mean to be great? There have been many that have come through the sands of time proclaiming their own greatness. We see it in the news every day - leaders, heroes, tyrants, and even reality star presidential candidates claim that they are great. But what about Alexander the Great?

In this book you will hear about...

  • Alexander and the Happiness of Horses
  • Aristotle and the First Day of School
  • Philip’s Family Drama
  • Enemies and Friends
  • The Real Battle Begins
  • Changing Tides
  • Signs and Wonders
  • In Pursuit of Darius
  • Historical Autopsy
  • The young man from Macedonia that took the world by storm creating one of the world’s first major empires

He single-handedly changed the course of history within a decade. Listen to figure out just what made Alexander so great.

©2016 Henry Freeman (P)2017 Henry Freeman

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Good overview of basic events

I thought the information was clear, though it would've been nice to have some insight into his personality and not just not the battles. The reading was mediocre.