Dara the Cypriot PDF ó Dara the MOBI :Þ

Dara the Cypriot PDF ó Dara the MOBI :Þ


  • Paperback
  • 351 pages
  • Dara the Cypriot
  • Louis Paul
  • 22 February 2016

1 thoughts on “Dara the Cypriot

  1. Janet Janet says:

    THIS IS THE BEST OF THE HISTORICAL NOVELS SO FAR THIS YEAR That is what the back cover boldly asserts uoting Stephen Longstreet of Readers' Syndicate The year was 1959 and I don't know what month the book came out or how many of the historical novels Mr Longstreet read and compared it to but it does seem like faint praiseI would not have read this book in a million years if my daughter's name wasn't Dara She found it in a used book store and I found it on her bookshelf It reminds me of books I may have read as a kid because nothing else was available Adding to my experience is the fact that I'm reading through the Bible 72% of the way through according to my Kindle I'm right at the part of the Bible where many of the events mentioned in Dara the Cypriot take placeThe book was very entertaining The historical events were portrayed from the point of view of the main character and that was different and made it a little interesting than Bible stories might otherwise be for me It embellished the stories and gave reasons and motives that are fictional and once again interesting Or at least entertainingI admire the details of the book and I think it is well researched I don't have lots of knowledge about these times and these people and if the details are actually wrong they didn't register that way to me Ultimately none of these things and not even the name of the main character would have kept me going if the book hadn't been enjoyable to read It was that and a bit of an education as well I don't know if any better historical novels came out for the remainder of 1959 but this one was certainly good enough


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Dara the Cypriot❂ [EPUB] ✺ Dara the Cypriot By Louis Paul ➛ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Dara ben Kition the Cypriot is a Greek born in an age of bitter strife A maker of Charms he leaves his native Cyprus to wander across the rich and exotic lands of the Old Testament searching for some Dara ben Kition the Cypriot is a Greek born in an age of bitter strife A maker of Charms he leaves his native Cyprus to wander across the rich and exotic lands of the Old Testament searching for some knowledge to give his world a meaning In Dara the Cypriot you will relive those violent times.

1 thoughts on “Dara the Cypriot

  1. Janet Janet says:

    THIS IS THE BEST OF THE HISTORICAL NOVELS SO FAR THIS YEAR That is what the back cover boldly asserts uoting Stephen Longstreet of Readers' Syndicate The year was 1959 and I don't know what month the book came out or how many of the historical novels Mr Longstreet read and compared it to but it does seem like faint praiseI would not have read this book in a million years if my daughter's name wasn't Dara She found it in a used book store and I found it on her bookshelf It reminds me of books I may have read as a kid because nothing else was available Adding to my experience is the fact that I'm reading through the Bible 72% of the way through according to my Kindle I'm right at the part of the Bible where many of the events mentioned in Dara the Cypriot take placeThe book was very entertaining The historical events were portrayed from the point of view of the main character and that was different and made it a little interesting than Bible stories might otherwise be for me It embellished the stories and gave reasons and motives that are fictional and once again interesting Or at least entertainingI admire the details of the book and I think it is well researched I don't have lots of knowledge about these times and these people and if the details are actually wrong they didn't register that way to me Ultimately none of these things and not even the name of the main character would have kept me going if the book hadn't been enjoyable to read It was that and a bit of an education as well I don't know if any better historical novels came out for the remainder of 1959 but this one was certainly good enough

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