Colossus

Colossus
Colossus

Colossus

An alternate historical adventure of Alexander the Great: What if Alexander had not died young?

Babylon, 323 BC: Alexander has survived every effort to kill him. Restless, ruthless, he wonders which world to conquer next. He has a powerful new weapon – the war elephants he brought back with him from India.

As captain of the elephants, Gajendra is both ambitious and deeply loyal to Alexander, the great soldier who plucked him from obscurity. He begins a meteoric rise through the ranks of the Macedonian army, protected by his fiercely devoted elephant, Colossus.

But Colossus is far more than a brute weapon of war, and the bond he forms with Gajendra ultimately threatens the life of the world’s greatest general.

Just as all he has dreamed of is within his grasp, Gajendra faces a terrible choice. Betray his beloved general or sell his soul.

Colossus is an epic tale of alternative history, set against the brutal, ancient worlds of Babylon, Carthage and Sicily.

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