[BOOKS] ✭ Pharaoh (Ancient Egypt, #6) ✷ Wilbur Smith – Thegreatwallonline.us

Pharaoh (Ancient Egypt, #6) Download Pharaoh Ancient Egypt, 6 Wilbur Smith Instaposter.us Worldwide 1 Bestselling Author Wilbur Smith Returns To Ancient Egypt In A Captivating New Novel That Will Transport You To Extraordinary Times.EGYPT IS UNDER ATTACK.Pharaoh Tamose Lies Mortally Wounded The Ancient City Of Luxor Is Surrounded, All Seems Lost.Taita, Advisor To The Pharaoh, Prepares For The Enemy S Final, Fatal Push The Ex Slave, Now General Of Tamose S Armies, Is Never Ingenious Than When All Hope Is Dashed And This Is Egypt S Most Desperate Hour.With The Timely Arrival Of An Old Ally, The Tide Is Turned And The Egyptian Army Feasts Upon Its Retreating Foe But Upon His Victorious Return To Luxor, Taita Is Seized And Branded A Traitor Tamose Is Dead And A Poisonous New Era Has Begun The New Pharaoh Has Risen And He Must Be Stopped From The Glittering Temples Of Luxor To The Citadel Of Sparta, PHARAOH Is An Intense And Powerful Novel Magnificently Transporting You To A Time Of Threat, Blood And Glory Master Storyteller, Wilbur Smith, Is At The Very Peak Of His Powers.

[BOOKS] ✭ Pharaoh (Ancient Egypt, #6)  ✷ Wilbur Smith – Thegreatwallonline.us
  • ebook
  • 512 pages
  • Pharaoh (Ancient Egypt, #6)
  • Wilbur Smith
  • English
  • 12 February 2018
  • 0062276549

10 thoughts on “Pharaoh (Ancient Egypt, #6)


  1. says:

    The first book in Wilbur Smith s Ancient Egypt series River God is one of my all time favorite historical novels It brought Ancient Egypt alive in compelling fashion and created unforgettable characters along with a memorable narrative.Pharaoh, the latest installment in the series, unfortunately is not up to par The characters are flat the narrative, flaccid and the plot, way too obvious Stick with the first three books in this series, the quality has dropped considerably in the last thre The first book in Wilbur Smith s Ancient Egypt series River God is one of my all time favorite historical novels It brought Ancient Egypt alive in co...


  2. says:

    This was written like somebody prepared an outline and then filled in the blanks Nowhere near what his previous works and meticulous eye for detail contained River God and The Seventh Scroll were amazing this does not do the series justice Almost like it was written by someone with no id...


  3. says:

    Pharaoh is my first venture both into the world of Wilbur Smith as well as historical fiction surrounding Egypt I find Egypt to be fascinating, the time, effort and planning that was required to build their ancient buildings without modern technology that we take for granted buildings that are still standing today it is simply awe inspiring I still remember a question that an old university professor asked, What did the ancient Egyptians have that helped them build their great monuments th Pharaoh is my ...


  4. says:

    A lot has happened since I read this book My dad got very sick and eventually passed away, so I am finally getting around to posting my review It probably won t be as good as the one I originally wanted to post when my thoughts weren t suddenly put through a ringer, but here it is I enjoyed this book, but nowhere near as much as River God It does seem like the author has gotten away from his much better writing from back then Some reviewers believe he may have a ghost writer I don t know, A lot has happened since I read this book My dad got very sick and eventually passed away, so I am finally getting around to posting my review It probably won t be as good as the one I originally wanted to post when my thoughts weren t suddenly put through a ringer, but here it is I enjoyed this book, but nowhere near as much as River God It does seem like the author has gotten away from his much better writing from back then Some reviewers believe he may have a ghost writer I don t know, it s just not as good as his previous works With that being said, I still liked it Taita is as vain as ever, which does get on...


  5. says:

    Loved it, all of the Ancient Egyptian serious is soooo good..What a Master Wilbur Smith is.


  6. says:

    questa la maledizione del vivere molto a lungo sopravvivi a tutte le persone che ami.Una sola parola spettacolare Non mai stato un mistero che questa saga la mia preferita di Wilbur Smith libri tutti bellissimi tranne uno Alle fonti del Nilo, il 4 della serie e, visto che con questo 6 volume le vicende di Taita sembrano giunte all epilogo finale, quasi quasi, ora che ho finito di leggerlo, mi sento come se ho appena perso qualcuno o qualcosa a cui ero affezionato.Ancora una vo questa la maledizione del vivere molto a lungo sopravvivi a tutte le persone che ami.Una sola parola spettacolare Non mai stato un mistero che questa saga la mia preferita di Wilbur Smith libri tutti bellissimi tranne uno Alle fonti del Nilo, il 4 della serie e, visto che con questo 6 volume le vicende di Taita sembrano giunte all epilogo finale, quasi quasi, ora che ho finito di leggerlo, mi sento come se ho appena perso qualcu...


  7. says:

    This is my first novel by Wilbur smith I defiantly will be getting the rest I enjoyed the historical references and characters Well worth the wait for the paperback


  8. says:

    Pharaoh I think I ll give it a three star review Liked it The book is part of a series of books set in ancient Egypt, but was written so that I could understand it just fine A problem, though, was that the book appeared to give away so much of the plots of the previous books by going into the backstory that I m doubtful I d read the other books in the series I feel like I already know what ll happen in them For this book specifically, there were a few things I didn t like One is that th Pharaoh I think I ll give it a three star review Liked it The book is part of a series of books set in ancient Egypt, but was written so that I could understand it just fine A problem, though, was that the book appeared to give away so much of the plots of the previous books by going into the backstory that I m doubtful I d read the other books in the series I feel like I already know what ll happen in them For this book specifically, there were a few things I didn t like One is that the characters were often listed by both their name and their relationship to other characters By that, I mean it d say like the princess, Serrena, not just the princess or Serrena, and not just Princess Serrena, or her father, King Hurotas , not just her father, or King Hurotas, or King Hurotas daughter, Serrena It didn t do that ALL the time, but it did it enough to stand out to me Also the book re...


  9. says:

    This is one of the worst books I have ever finished and I only persevered because it was a hardback and I had paid real money for it I normally love Wilbur Smith and his fabulously original creation Taita But what has happened to them Both Wilbur Smith and Taita are usually witty, subtle and endearing In this book I didn t recognise Taita at all he was a 2 dimensional action hero and the prose just had no elegance at all The plot was contrived, the historical detail suspect, and eve This is one of the w...


  10. says:

    This book is crap I m amazed I stuck with this series Never mind the glaring inconsistencies from book to book, the man is contradicting him self from page to page in this one Nothing makes sense And there are so many repetitive section...

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