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About the Author: William Dietrich

William Dietrich is a NY Times bestelling author of the Ethan Gage series of eight books which have sold into 28 languages. He is also the author of six other adventure novels, several nonfiction works on the environmental history of the Pacific Northwest, and a contributor to several books.

Bill was a career journalist, sharing a Pulitzer for national reporting at the Seattle Times for coverage of the Exxon Valdez oil spill. He taught environmental journalism at Huxley College, a division of Western Washington University, and was adviser to Planet Magazine there. He was Nieman Fellow at Harvard University, and received several National Science Foundation fellowships for reporting on science. His travels have taken him from the South Pole to the Arctic, and from the Dead Sea to the base camp of Mount Everest. The traveling informs his books.

He lives in Anacortes, WA, in the San Juan islands, and is a fan of books, movies, history, science, and the outdoors.

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Hardcover, Published in Sep 2008 by Zeta Bolsillo

ISBN10: 8498721504 | ISBN13: 9788498721508

Page count: 479

A new form of terror, unknown until then, forced to flee to entire villages. The fugitives spoke of the existence of a people little lucky, smelly, dark in complexion, who wore the skins of animals until they rotted. Legendary character and ambiguous, Attila is considered by some to be a cruel and greedy, while others attributed to him a character full of nobility. Born to 395, the last and most powerful king of the Huns during his administration built a huge empire, which stretched from the Danube to the Baltic, and was a staunch enemy of the Roman Empire

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