Beautiful Cassandra mourns the loss of her brother Hector in this definitive poem about the Trojan War. (Yeah, it's as sad as it sounds.)
In this tragedy, Agamemnon kidnaps Cassandra and takes her back to Greece, where she is murdered by his psycho wife, Clytemnestra.
In this epic series of mythological poems, Agamemnon is all set to sacrifice his daughter, Iphigenia, when Diana (Artemis) swoops in at the last minute and replaces the girl with a deer. Wow, a happy ending for once.
This tragedy is a Roman spin on the death of Cassandra and Agamemnon. And it's about as gruesome as a Saw movie.
Agamemnon takes Cassandra as his prize in this epic poem, which picks up where the Iliad left off.
Top notch fantasy author Marion Zimmer Bradley retells the story of the Trojan War through the eyes of Cassandra.