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  • The Book of Coming Forth by Day, Part 3
  • By: Libbie Hawker
  • Narrated by: Heather Wilds
  • Length: 12 hrs and 1 min
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Eater of Hearts

By: Libbie Hawker
Narrated by: Heather Wilds
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When Akhenaten finally goes too far and meets his bloody fate, the court of Egypt is plunged into chaos. The royal family's most ambitious players are locked in a contest for the throne that can only end in victory for one...and death for the others. 

Nefertiti returns from her exile, wielding more than just her wits. She has Tutankhamun, Egypt's rightful heir. Smenkhkare's idealism makes him popular with the common people, but will his sense of justice and maat protect him from the vicious politics of his relatives? Meritaten has found happiness at last...but when it all falls apart, blood ties won't stop her from taking revenge. And Ankhesenamun is plunged into the fiercest conflict of all, racing against time to thwart Ay's most insidious scheme. 

Only one can hold the Horus Throne. The gods have set the stage for their final battle!

©2015, 2016 Libbie Hawker (P)2019 Tantor

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A journey to ancient Egypt

Although maybe not historically correct, it is a gripping story that transports you to Egypt

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  • Maureen O'Hara
  • 29-06-21

Took me back to ancient Egypt

The story was magnificent! The narration was phenomenal! This was a wonderful story based upon history. It is this type of book that captures the imagination as to what life was like during that time. Highly recommended!

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  • Carabele
  • 05-03-21

First 2 books of the series were much better

In the 1st 2 books of this series the writer used such an obvious amount of research to make a plausible history, even though fictional, of the 28th Dynasty of Egypt. But not in this one. Tut is portrayed as younger than his accepted age in archeological records, there is no mention of his severe physical disabilities, including his club foot, and it is portrayed as if Ay never actually reigned as Pharaoh. So the actual bits of reliable history that is known from archeological evidence is blatantly dismissed in this story. Very disappointing after the quality of the 1st 2 books of the story.