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Overview

In 401 B.C., a thundering army of mercenaries, camp followers, dreamers, and glory seekers set off to help a rebellious foreign general named Cyrus. In the months that followed, ten thousand men—trained and hardened in three decades of war in Greece—would engage in pitched battles, witness untold horrors, and begin a desperate march across he desert, over raging rivers, and into the jaws of hell itself. By the time it was over, some would be alive, others dead, and one among them would emerge and the greatest hero of all...

In a novel of high adventure and riveting historical drama, Michael Curtis Ford brings to life an amazing true story from Greek antiquity—Xenophon's march of the ten Thousand. A tale of war and peace, of loyalties and betrayals, and of a soldier's love for a mysterious and dangerous woman, The Ten Thousand captures the eternal spirit of courage—in the face of impossible odds.

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" Thrilling, eloquent."—James Brady

"An epic story that will capture the imagination of anyone interested in the history of Greece. A worthy successor to Steven Pressfield's Gates of Fire."—Library Journal (starred review)

"While Ten Thousand has swift pace, a solid story, and realistic characters, it is the fact that the book drops you into the reality of the times, dirt, grit, blood, passion an all, that gives it its strength...It is a book that makes the reader feel the story has been lived, not merely read."—The Stateman Journal (Salem, OR)

Victor Hanson
Michael Curtis Ford's moving account of the fighting and dying of these heroic Greek mercenaries is not only historically sound, but very human in making Xenophon's tale come alive in a way that no ancient historian or classicist has yet accomplished.
James Brady
The Greek mercenaries of the time of Socrates lost a war to the Persians but gained immortality. Thrilling, eloquent, illuminated by scholarship comes this retelling of the epic running battle of the Ten Thousand from Babylon to the sea.
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When Darius II, King of Persia, died and was succeeded by his brother Artaxerxes, Darius's son, Cyrus the Younger, collected a force of 100,000 Persians and 13,000 Greek mercenaries, mainly Spartans, and marched on Artaxerxes's stronghold in an attempt to win the throne for himself. In 401 B.C.E., the armies of Cyrus met those of Artaxerxes in battle at Cunaxa, near the Euphrates River. After Cyrus was gruesomely killed in battle, the Greeks wanted nothing more than to return to their beloved homeland. Without the provisions needed to return by way of the desert over which they had come, they struggled 1000 miles through Kurdistan and over the Armenian mountains in the dead of winter until finally reaching the Black Sea. Along the way, the "Ten Thousand" were decimated by hostile forces, starvation, frostbite, and disease. Based primarily on the writings of Xenophon, a junior officer who assumed command of the Spartan forces after most of the senior officers were treacherously slaughtered, this novel retains much of the flavor of the soldier's memoirs. Ford, a Romance linguistics scholar, combines historical accuracy with eloquent storytelling to create an epic story that will capture the imagination of anyone interested in the history of ancient Greece. A worthy successor to Steven Pressfield's Gates of Fire (LJ 9/1/98), this is highly recommended for all public libraries. [Previewed in Prepub Alert, LJ 2/15/01]. Jane Baird, Anchorage Municipal Libs., AK Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
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Xenophon's Anabasis provides the model for this epic first novel of Greek mercenaries stranded in the heart of the Persian empire during the late fifth century b.c. When Xenophon composed the Anabasis he used the pseudonym Themistogenes of Syracuse, but here, Ford brings Themistogenes—Theo—to the foreground as narrator and protagonist. Xenophon's lifelong companion, Theo is initially a slave, later a freedman, and now serving as aide-de-camp. It's through Theo's eyes that we see Xenophon's growth from a rather delicate and pampered boy to the questioning young scholar who sits at the feet of Socrates, to the soldier of fortune. The main action takes place after Athens' defeat by Sparta and the subsequent reign of the Thirty Tyrants. Xenophon is lured to the mercenary life, against his father's wishes, by a cousin, Proxenus, who is in the command of Cyrus the Younger, half-brother to the Persian king Artaxerses and pretender to the Persian throne. When Cyrus is killed in battle, the entire Greek command, ten thousand strong, is left to fend for itself in hostile territory. Later, when the Greek commanders, including Proxenus, are treacherously murdered by the Persians, Xenophon leads them through Asia Minor and Armenia to the Black Sea. Having Theo narrate is a nice touch, as he can move freely through the army's strata. His observations and comments are sharp, the way we have come to expect a person of his rank to behave in literature. With the exception of Socrates, he spares no one, and is pointedly critical of Thucydides, historian of the Peloponnesian War. The descriptive language throughout is heroic, at times echoing the Iliad. Ford brings an interesting, fictivelypersonal outlook to one of the classics. Inspired and highly informed, The Ten Thousand may lead many readers back to the original.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312980320
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 10/13/2002
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 4.26 (w) x 6.66 (h) x 1.05 (d)

Meet the Author

Michael Curtis Ford, a native of Washington State, worked for many years as a consultant and banker. He currently lives in Oregon, working as a translator and helping his wife, Cristina, educate their two children at home. This is his first novel.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 20, 2004

    Themeless And Without Plot

    Michael Curtis Ford's narrative on the Greek mercenary army led by Xenophon into the regal struggle between Persian monarchs after the Peloponesian war. The narrative is recited by Themistogenes (Theo), Xenophon's slave from boyhood. Although the historical context offers potential for a great narrative if handled by a talented writer, Ford's rendition delivers nothing but shallow characters, and a disjointed plot that supports absolutely no theme except for a crude romantic tale. In terms of plot, the story starts in an unrelated Athenian campaign led by Xenophon that offers absolutely no insight into the story and confuses the reader. Although the story follows the preparation, execution, and ultimate failure of the mercenary expedition into Persia, the focus is primarily on Theo's perspective which is unimpressive and dull. All of the characters are minimally developed throughout the story which keeps the plot at an extremely dull level. Xenophon is placed as the heroic leader of the doomed expedition and should have the most development but is relegated to a marginal role. Instead, the story focuses on Theo who is more preoccupied with a rather unbelievable romantic sub-plot which completely takes away all force from the narrative. Half the story focuses primarily on Theo's affection for Asteria, a Persian woman of the court who, for rather nebulous reasons, decides to attach herself to a mere slave with no personality and no bright future. The emphasis on a romantic sub-plot really destroys the legitimacy of the narrative because no person of antiquity would write in this manner. Although romantic novels were written in ancient Greece, such narrative styles became prevalent over 2 centuries later during the Hellenic period and not the classical period in which Ford's story takes place. Furthermore, such romantic novels were drastically different than the crude sub-plot Ford drags on throughout his narrative: Greeks did not mix historiography and romance together which is what Ford unsuccessfully attempts here. The crude plot and minimal character development results in a story that is completely devoid of theme. What conflict and resolution is reflected here? How was it manifested by the characters? Again, other than a crudely executed romantic sub- plot, those questions are left unexplored and unresolved throughout the narrative. In sum, this work is horribly unimaginative. The characters do not evolve in the story. The only change in the characters occurs in the context of a sub-plot that is completely out of place for such a narrative and thus the credibility and legitimacy of the narrative is progressively eroded to the point of being themeless. Ford's work slightly improves in his second novel 'Gods and Legions' but that work has critical flaws of its own. Being rather unimpressed with two of Ford's novels so far, I'm not about to waste my money on his third.

    5 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 16, 2007

    His best book IMO

    The story and battle play out very well and you feel like you are there.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 24, 2007

    This Book Is Amazing

    Whoever disbelieves this book to be anything but great needs to have their head check. This is one of the greatest books I've read. THe ultimate underdog story thats well written and fantasticly detailed. I could picture everything very vividly.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2005

    Oustanding!

    I thought this waws a very good book but not as good as Michael Curtis Ford's, The Last King. But this was still an enjoyable book.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 18, 2006

    bored

    I rarely get bored while reading a book but when i read this I ltierally fell asleep in the middle of a page. The Ten Thousand is a long book to say a small thing. Everything was drug out. In the beginning i had to read the same section FOUR times just to understand what was going on. The Fight scennes are cool but that's just about it

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2005

    THIS THE BOOK IS FRICKIN AWESOME!!!!

    This book is one of the greatest books of Ancient Greece and fiction. I loved this book wholeheartedly and was amazed at the sheer determination of the Ancient Greeks in the face of overwhelming odds. The author also does a tremendous job outlining the culture of the different Greeks like the Spartans and the Athenians. I learned a great deal fromthis book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2005

    Not Bad

    This certainly wasn't a bad book, but it wasn't great either. The author was smart enough to pick a great story and to bring it to life for a modern audience. He deserves credit for that, even if he's only mediocre as a writer. I was happy to be along on the journey, but I clearly wasn't in the hands of an author with tons of profound things to say. I just finished a crazy-good book about the ancient world - Pride of Carthage, by David Anthony Durham. Absolutely fabulous, huge, epic, beautifully written. Anybody that likes this sort of material should check it out. It's a bit of a masterpiece.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2004

    8th Grade Student Interested in Ancient Warfare

    This was by far the best book I ever read and it got me interested in Ancient times. It is because of this book that I want to become a Ancient history proffesor when i grow up. If you ever read this review, Michael Curtis Ford I want to tell thank you for writing this book and I hope you continue your writing for many more years. I'm always sad when I finish one of your books because it is over and I want to read more. Thank you again. I would recomend ths book to anyone interested or not in ancient civilization.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2003

    Guts and Glory

    Wonderfully told, good detail very accurate provides wonderful detail. If you want action, betrayl, deceit this is the story to read or if you just like the ancient world this is the book to read.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 4, 2002

    Anyone interested in ancient civilizations will love this book

    This book explains in amazing detail the ancient world long forgotten in modern fiction books. Its surprising how some of ancient Greece's advances were better or just as good as advances as late as the 12th century A.D. Theo takes you on a magnificant quest of adventure, hardship, betrayel, and discipline.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2002

    Simply Outstanding

    This was the first book I've read by this autor, and the 1st book I've read on ancient Greece since The Odysey in college. I picked it up while out of town on business, thinking it a good ol' blood and guts, hack 'um up war fiction. It was so well writen that upon completion, I am only mildly disappointed that it was mainly adventure with verry little war and military strategy. Very vivid.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2001

    An excellent novel of guts and glory in Ancient Greece.

    Michael Ford's meticulous research of his subject has brought us an insight into the lust, greed, deceit, and loyalties of Ancient Greece. The Ten Thousand is a gripping, exciting and compelling novel and Ford has made Xenophon's tale come alive with each page. A must read for anyone who enjoys reading a book that's packed with action and intrigue.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2013

    Artemis

    Whose temple is this? ~Artemis

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 17, 2013

    Jonathan

    Continues to sleep. His brother seth comes in and says "i got this" he focuses and jon rises into the air. Then seth zaps jon with telekinetic energy. Jon jumps up and shouts "GOOD MORNING MOUNT OLYMPUS! Yeah im up!"

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    Posted February 17, 2013

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    Dont have a email.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 19, 2003

    Outstanding Historical Fiction

    Clearly, Ford has done his research and gives the reader a wonderful story to read as well as a glimpse into the life of the professional soldier. His descriptions of the rough terrain of Persia and Ionia, as well as his familiarity with ancient Greek language and culture, makes this book a great addition to anyone's library. It is that great rarity--a book you can read anywhere without feeling guilty because you haven't put your brain in gear. I actually read it on the stairmaster and underlined the great passages later! For folks who are interested in the cultures and campaigns of the ancient world as well as aficionados of classical literature, this book is well worth the read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 30, 2003

    Beware the Greeks 'baring' gifts

    Mr. Ford loses no time in getting into the fevered pitch of battle. Combining his history with a riveting fictional plot line, he gives new meaning to 'mesmerizing' literature. This is no 'tale told by an idiot,' although it is 'full of sound and fury,' as Mr. Shakespeare wrote. What an exciting read this chronicle of a most interesting time and place. This book is not just for history buffs but for the discerning reader in general. Highly recommended!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 19, 2002

    A Story Of Courage

    This book was by far probally one of the best books i have ever read. It is a story of courage. It is a story of determination,with lots of action and a little bit of love. What will brave Xenephon do when he is elected to lead an army of ten thousand Greeks through the mountains and dessert through th harsh winter. Find out when you read this story narrated by his close friend Theo.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2001

    Great recreation of ancient world

    It is about time to see Xenophon's Anabasis paid attention to in the popular media. Ford does a great and carefully researched job in The Ten Thousand. In an era of poorly written popular fiction, it is a pleasure to come across a well-researched, well-written & interesting novel. I am looking forward to the next book to come from Ford.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 20, 2001

    Superlative look at ancient Greece

    The tale of the Anabasis is beautifully retold in this very real and unique look at life in a rather alien and often misunderstood world. The book's greatest accomplishment lies in the fact that it brings to life the people and places we usually only read about in dry scholarly works. The epic tale is told from the point of view of Theo, who accompanies Xenophon from childhood through the Anabasis and finally, to old age. Some of the true life characters are brought to life beautifully -- Clearchus, the Spartan and Cyrus, the Persian Prince are complex and well crafted. The battle and action scenes draw heavily on Xenophon's autobiography and Victor Davis Hanson's excellent studies on Greek classical warfare. This is an exceptionally well researched book., bringing to life the many unknown or rarely covered aspects of ancient cultures, religions and philosophies. It most certainly is a challenging book. If you expect just battle secnes, forget about it. Dreams and their interpretations, animal sacrifices and superstitions are part of the complex make-up of a people who at that time became the founders of western civilization. The Persians and other races are equally well treated by Mike Ford. He manages to bring to light the confusion at the battle of Cunaxa, the cunning strategy of the Persians, the fear of the 10,000 Greek mercenaries and their 20,000 camp followers and their utter desperation and desolation as they fight for survival against not only man, but nature itself. You have to read this book several times to appreciate its complexity and beauty.

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