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8 thoughts on “The Tyrants

  1. Elyse Elyse says:

    Each dictator is afforded three of book's large pages as well as a chapter cover with a photo or other artistic profile It's a pretty uick readBecause only a short space is allowed the information is basically an overview The dry uick coverage makes it difficult to feel the true horror of the tyranny except with Vlad the Impaler Ick While it was interesting to learn about and compare how each ruler came to power than half of the limited space was devoted to it This was excessive More needed to be said about what these men did to ualify as tyrants and what their victims had experiencedOverall easy good concise information in a nice compilation


  2. Dave/Maggie Bean Dave/Maggie Bean says:

    A coffee table book of history's most homicidal megalomaniacs Fun for the whole family Who could ask for ?


  3. Sundaram Chauhan Sundaram Chauhan says:

    A very well intended book Beautifully chronicled from the ancient times to the contemporary world I believe if someone picks this book for reading his first expectation would be to see these dreaded tyrants at work ie their tyranny There precisely it slightly disappoints as their atrocities haven't been given much space I would have liked to read about their idiosyncrasies All in all a good work


  4. Nay Lin Soe Nay Lin Soe says:

    Treat this as a compact biography of the selected dictators throughout the known history Each story won't give you a very detailed insight into the life of its dictator However that's not the focus of this book which is intended as a coffee table book It is an introduction of those whose names you might never have heard of otherwise More interested parties can dig further in other sources For its purpose I think this is a very good one


  5. Dan Dan says:

    An overview of the world's most demonic leaders from Xerxes in 485 BC to Slobodan Milosevic in 2000 Not what you'd called scholarly but all the better for it If this book has any fault it is its tendency to turn the lives of extroadinarily evil men into salacious nuggets Oh hang on that's the whole point isn't it?


  6. Andrea Jean Andrea Jean says:

    It's been about 7 years since I read this book I absolutely loved it I was lucky enough to pick it up by chance off of a clearance rack Each and every story of the tyrants is interesting I think it's about time I read this one again


  7. Ezekial Ezekial says:

    the book was full of names and covers 50 people over 2500 years in a little over 200 pageswhich as a history major i didnt particularly enjoy but if there is a school paper one needs done in a jiff this is the book for them


  8. Ian Kloester Ian Kloester says:

    Great gallery of villians summed up in just a few pages each Helps explain some of the worlds lingering animosities How cruel are some who rule? Impalement skinning alive fire and famine are just a few of the tools of the trade for these tyrants


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The Tyrants ❴Reading❵ ➿ The Tyrants Author Clive Foss – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk This volume presents 50 chilling portraits of the despots whose iron fisted rule left an indelible mark on the history of the world It presents a chronology of the moments in history when the principl This volume presents chilling portraits of the despots whose iron fisted rule left an indelible mark on the history of the world It presents a chronology of the moments in history when the principles of government and law were corrupted by the vanity of the ambitious and unscrupulous.

8 thoughts on “The Tyrants

  1. Elyse Elyse says:

    Each dictator is afforded three of book's large pages as well as a chapter cover with a photo or other artistic profile It's a pretty uick readBecause only a short space is allowed the information is basically an overview The dry uick coverage makes it difficult to feel the true horror of the tyranny except with Vlad the Impaler Ick While it was interesting to learn about and compare how each ruler came to power than half of the limited space was devoted to it This was excessive More needed to be said about what these men did to ualify as tyrants and what their victims had experiencedOverall easy good concise information in a nice compilation

  2. Dave/Maggie Bean Dave/Maggie Bean says:

    A coffee table book of history's most homicidal megalomaniacs Fun for the whole family Who could ask for ?

  3. Sundaram Chauhan Sundaram Chauhan says:

    A very well intended book Beautifully chronicled from the ancient times to the contemporary world I believe if someone picks this book for reading his first expectation would be to see these dreaded tyrants at work ie their tyranny There precisely it slightly disappoints as their atrocities haven't been given much space I would have liked to read about their idiosyncrasies All in all a good work

  4. Nay Lin Soe Nay Lin Soe says:

    Treat this as a compact biography of the selected dictators throughout the known history Each story won't give you a very detailed insight into the life of its dictator However that's not the focus of this book which is intended as a coffee table book It is an introduction of those whose names you might never have heard of otherwise More interested parties can dig further in other sources For its purpose I think this is a very good one

  5. Dan Dan says:

    An overview of the world's most demonic leaders from Xerxes in 485 BC to Slobodan Milosevic in 2000 Not what you'd called scholarly but all the better for it If this book has any fault it is its tendency to turn the lives of extroadinarily evil men into salacious nuggets Oh hang on that's the whole point isn't it?

  6. Andrea Jean Andrea Jean says:

    It's been about 7 years since I read this book I absolutely loved it I was lucky enough to pick it up by chance off of a clearance rack Each and every story of the tyrants is interesting I think it's about time I read this one again

  7. Ezekial Ezekial says:

    the book was full of names and covers 50 people over 2500 years in a little over 200 pageswhich as a history major i didnt particularly enjoy but if there is a school paper one needs done in a jiff this is the book for them

  8. Ian Kloester Ian Kloester says:

    Great gallery of villians summed up in just a few pages each Helps explain some of the worlds lingering animosities How cruel are some who rule? Impalement skinning alive fire and famine are just a few of the tools of the trade for these tyrants

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