one of my favorite is literally named **Historie ** not related to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Histories_(Herodotus)
it's about a man named "Eumenes" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eumenes .When Alexander died he tried doing all the right things. He always done the right thing but doing the right thing in the society of ancient Greek or today sometimes is just futile.
Eumenes was a better man than Alexander
Alexander turned his blade against the very people who raised him, who supported him.
Another one I enjoy reading is this
> This is the story of two of the greatest military commanders in history: the Roman Publius Cornelius Scipio and the Carthaginian Hannibal. The story follows the two of them from their early life on. Hannibal is initially shown as a strangely silent infant, who seemed like the gods forgot to put a soul in his little body. However, he soon begins to speak in a way that shows his remarkable abilities. Hannibal and Scipio are driven enemies, and their struggle shaped an era