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Sterious Scroll of Thoth and receive the power to raise the dead When Khaemwaset hears of the discovery of a hidden tomb on the plain of Saara he is uick to break its seal and take its se 475 stars English hardcover Thanks Amy for the read Mystery action and a man who wants all power A Son of the farao and a doctor but still he wants that scroll This was a book I did read in two days Every night I did read until late Simply loved it What a writter 🌸🌷🌸

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Scroll of SaqqaraCrets secrets that he soon learns he should never have disturbedRichly detailed with the exotic realities of Ancient Egypt Scroll of Saara is a compelling tale of power lust and obsession NTS 1 Has alternate title Scroll of Saara; 2 No ebook or Audio 3 Have to buy in hard copy or local library hard copy

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Free mobi ¿ doc Scroll of Saqqara 9780140143485 Æ Pauline Gedge Á Prince Khaemwaset is a powerful man The son of Ramses II and a revered physician his wisdom is respected throughout Egypt But Khaemwaset harbours a strong and secret desire—to find the mysterious Scroll of Thoth and receive the power to raPrince Khaemwaset is a powerful man The son of Ramses II and a revered physician his wisdom is respected throughout Egypt But Khaemwaset harbours a strong and secret desire to find the my Scroll of Saara published under the alternative title Mirage A Novel in the US is an insidious mystery tale that will get under your skin and the sheer turmoil wrought on the protagonists will keep you gripped until the very end Pauline Gedge draws her inspiration for the plot both from the life of the real Khaemwaset but also in large part from a later work of Ptolemaic literature written about a thousand years after the real man lived called Setna and the Mummies which was a fusion of fairytale and Egyptian folk memory about this royal prince of the past Pauline Gedge uses the Ptolemaic text as a basis and draws upon her own imagination with stunning vision to create a tale that is altogether darker than the originalTruly chilling Scroll of Saara has a plot of dark and terrible fascination The unravelling of the lives of Khaemwaset and his family is a bit of a slow burner but I found this wildly tantalising and a spur to continue reading I found myself practically tearing through the pages to get to the climax and resolution of this riveting and compelling story built so up subtly and plausibly that failure of the characters to notice what is going on until it's too late was entirely believable Each page I tore through in my desire to see how the tale would spin out was also a page of delicious agony; I was deeply engaged with these characters and cared about what would happen to them but as a reader on the outside looking in I was powerless to help the characters I'd come to root for There were definitely moments where I was mentally yelling at the protagonists for one of them any of them to come to their senses but the great thing is that Gedge never wavers from letting these characters take their own paths and the result is a powerfully riveting story As the sting in the tale is played out you get a deeply unsettling sense that things are very very wrong but the plot is so compelling that one cannot wrench one's eyes away from the unfolding disasterThe characters are fleshed out real people with three dimensional motivations personalities and complexities Each and every single one of them is sensible plausible and most importantly thoroughly believable This ought to be something which readers expect and demand from every single book we read Every scene has a purpose every piece of dialogue fits the character speaking it and is well constructed and well thought out Pauline Gedge is a class act as an author and once again her writing skill shines through here as in every novel she turns out the sheer uality of her storycraft and knowledge of language is rarely matched With both she weaves together a whole package that transcends the nonsense that's so often put out these days so often in fact that I was beginning to wonder if people had begun to just accept it and lower their expectations and is in a stratosphere which few books inhabit I found only three reviews of this book on UK and one of those was a copy of a review on USA which itself only had 8 reviews astonishing given just how good this novel is suggesting to me that this novel has been overlooked for far too longPauline Gedge is a star of a writer and Scroll of Saara is a hidden gem of a book whose complex characters and searing plot will stay with you long after you've turned the last page Gedge's knowledge of the setting and environment in which her characters move the culture and day to day life of Egypt is genuinely astounding The worlds she creates are vibrant vivid and colourful and bring the ancient world to life as a real time and place where our flesh and blood ancestors really existed and made their lives Her descriptions are sublime springing to life in the reader's imagination with all the clarity of the original vision of the authorScroll of Saara is deliciously well written chillingly unsettling and one hundred percent compelling Enough said