gary weiand


Gary Weiand attended Kent State University during the shootings in 1970, recieved an MA in History, and taught for many years at Cuyahoga Community College before working as Historian at St. Mary's Basilica in Phoenix. He's been interested in the Homeric characters since childhood, and has freelanced over a hundred articles in newspapers such as the "Arizona Republic" and "Plain Dealer," and magazines. His book on John L. Sullivan is available through Xlibris.


Thetis, Peleus, and Achilles
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 84,680. Language: English. Published: August 17, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Historical » Ancient
Achilles' goddess mother and human father are at loggerheads. She wants long life for their son; he believes that, with events propelling both gods and men toward the Trojan War, peace is unlikely for Achilles. Chrion the Centaur trains the youth, the powerful try to manipulate him, and his parents struggle to bridge the gap between mortal life and eternity.

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achilles    fate    greek mythology    mythology    trojan war    troy