Troy: Lord of the Silver Bow

Troy: Lord of the Silver Bow

David Gemmell

Synopsis of Troy: Lord of the Silver Bow

Three lives will change the destiny of nations.

Helikaon, the young prince of Dardania, haunted by a scarred andtraumatic childhood.

The priestess Andromache, whose fiery spirit and fierce independence threatens the might of kings.

And the legendary warrior Argurios, cloaked in loneliness and driven only bythoughts of revenge.

In Troy they find a city torn apart by destructive rivalries - a maelstrom of jealousy, deceit and murderous treachery. And beyond its fabled walls blood-hungry enemies eye its riches and plot its downfall.

It is a time of bravery and betrayal; a time of bloodshed and fear.

A time for heroes.

In Lord of the Silver Bow, the first in an epic trilogy, David Gemmellcombines vivid characterization with a wealth of historical detail in acompelling, unputdownable novel of love and hatred, ambition and rivalry,peace and war.

Reviews of Troy: Lord of the Silver Bow


Take the voyage over the wine dark seas and get lost in a time where heroes and villains are folded into the same flesh. -- Willaim Lawhorn, SFRevu

It's not hard to identify why, after twenty years of reading, I still love Gemmell's work - there is simply no better exponent of heroic fantasy working in the world today. -- Steve Saville, SFRevu

if much of the rest of Gemmell's work is half this strong, I may have to readjust my reading schedule for the rest of the year. -- T. M. Wagner, SF Reviews

TROY LORD OF THE SILVER BOW is a terrific historical fiction that brings alive the Trojan War era as few tales do. -- Harriet Klausner, Harriet Klausner's Review Archive