The Prince of Alexandria

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Egypt is on the brink of civil war. It's not present day but 1882, when an American journalist and British soldier meet in Alexandria and form a lifelong friendship.
The journalist finds the big story he's been searching for. The soldier, Benjamin Worthington finds love. More

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About Steve Stroble

Steve Stroble grew up as a military brat, which took him from South Dakota to South Carolina to Germany to Ohio to Southern California to Alabama to the Philippines to Northern California. Drafted into the Army, he returned to Germany.
His stories classified as historical fiction often weave historical events, people, and data into them.
His science fiction stories try to present feasible even if not yet known technology.
His dystopian and futuristic stories feature ordinary heroes and heroines placed into extraordinary situations and ordinary villains who drain the life out of others' souls (their minds, wills, and emotions) by any means available.

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Review by: W. Addison Gast on Jan. 15, 2015 :
Quite an odyssey. A lot of Mid East history woven into the story as Rod seeks his place in the journalistic legends of writers such as Hemmingway. His British soldier friend Benjamin is quite an adventurer in his own right traveling as his career requires from Egypt to India among some of his interesting stops. His heart broken in his youth by an Egyptian girl, he is forever distraught when they lose contact. Interesting story but a little hard to follow. Benjamin is a private and three pages later he is a sergeant and then later he is back again a private. A lot of reading for a free novel. I honestly never finished the story as I got lost in the multitude of different cultures described and the changing locations.
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