10 thoughts on “Ιωάννης Άγγελος

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    Johannes Angelos The Dark Angel Johannes Angelos 1 , Mika WaltariThe Dark Angel original title Johannes Angelos is a novel by Finnish author Mika Waltari about a hopeless love affair and the Fall of Constantinople The Finnish version was originally published in 1952, with an English edition being published in Great Britain in 1953 1975 1359 Johannes Angelos The Dark Angel Johannes Angelos 1 , Mika WaltariThe Dark Angel original...


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    4,5,, .


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    I had to read it 3 times in a row, it was that delightful The romance is perfectly built, getting deep into the psychology of both genders and showing how tormenting and why a relationship can be Besides, the best thing about it is that the love story is the territory in which the beliefs, the spirituality and the fate of the two characters are shown It is simply connected to everything in the book If you see it as separate, you miss on a lot It could be weird for reader who are not famil I had to read it 3 times in a row, it was that delightful The romance is perfectly built, getting deep into the psychology of both genders and showing how tormenting and why a relationship can be Besides, the best thing about it is that the love story is the territory in which the beliefs, the spirituality and the fate of the two characters are shown It is simply connected t...


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    What was lost and is gone forever.The novel purports to be the diary of one John Angelos, a mysterious half Greek, half Latin participant in the final defence of Constantinople in 1453.The fall of Constantinople to the armies of Mehmet the Conqueror in May 1453 was a cataclysmic event Yet it has always surprised me how few in the west responded to the Byzantine call for help Mehmet s preparations were evident for a long time and the city was able to hold out for nearly two months It is an ama What was lost and is gone forever.The novel purports to be the diary of one John Angelos, a mysterious half Greek, half Latin participant in the final defence of Constantinople in 1453.The fall of Constantinople to the armies of Mehmet the Conqueror in May 1453 was a cataclysmic event Yet it has always surprised me how few in the west responded to the Byzantine call for help Mehmet s preparations were evident for a long time and the city was able to hold out for nearly two months It is an amazing thought that the city might have been successfully defended and saved and the consequent loss of so much knowledge avoided ...


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    I don t think its as good as some of his earlier books, but to my opinion it gives an excellent picture of the absolutely weird network of the different intersecting interests during Constantinople s l...


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    You know I really had to struggle through the first hundreds of pages as they felt so tedious However, now that I have finished the book, I really feel that this was one of the best reading experiences I ve had this year Finally Waltari managed to growmature out of his war provoked childishness in writing Sinuhe the Egyptian and especially Mikael El Hakim This time he even bothered to use a bit different main characters as seen in the aforementioned books This is a historical novel at You know I really had to struggle through the first hundreds of pages as they felt so tedious However, now that I have finished the book, I really feel that this was one of the best reading experiences I ve had this...


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    P esn tento typ historick ch rom n j m u Takov , kter v s vt hne do d je a vy mus te za ka dou cenu zjistit, co bude d l, i kdy v te, jak to ke konci v echno dopadne V born.


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    Moni on kehunut t t Waltarin teosta monilla ylisanoilla, mutta min en tyk nnyt ihan niin paljon kuin edellisist , mit olen kuunnellut Keskittyminen herpaantui v h n v li , vaikka sin ns ihan mielenkiintoinen asetelma.


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    The story started with a romance that I didn t like, but it evolved into a powerful relationship between two people facing their fate and imminent destruction An empire totally betrayed by its allies trying to stand up and end in a heroic way is the core of this wonderful novel written by Mika Waltari I think that Sinuhe waspowerful regarding words and scenes but the end of this novel reached the top in emotions I am Greek, so it spoke to my heart and I felt the agony of the last Gree The story started with a romance that I didn t ...


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