Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆

➳ [Reading] ➶ Khu By Jocelyn Murray ➩ – Famulantenaustausch.de Egypt 2035 BC In a land steeped in myth and superstition a raid on a small village leaves a young boy Khu its only survivor Fate paves a strange and mystical path through dark and uncertain times whenEgypt 2035 BC In a land steeped in myth and superstition a raid on a small village leaves a young boy Khu its only survivor Fate paves a strange and mystical path through dark and uncertain times when the split powers of Upper and Lo.

Wer Egypt compete for sovereignty over a realm plagued by instability rebellion and fear Two kings and their kingdoms battle over one dream— a dream threatened by shifting allegiances and foreign invasion Khu is a story of a boy wh.

Khu MOBIWer Egypt compete for sovereignty over a realm plagued by instability rebellion and fear Two kings and their kingdoms battle over one dream— a dream threatened by shifting allegiances and foreign invasion Khu is a story of a boy wh.

10 thoughts on “Khu

  1. James McCormick James McCormick says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIThe most striking aspect of this novel is the author’s incredible passion and knowledge of her subject matter I personally found it highly infectious Every chapter we find ourselves learning something new about this ancient Egyptian pe


  2. Christopher Christopher says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBI The winds presaged a coming change in the divided lands a change that would rise up from the south to blow all the way to the northern settlements lying beyond Mentuhotep's reach where it would expose the wicked to burn like chaff under a blazing sun It was a good omen filling people with cautious optimism despite the growing uneasiness brewing like the thick heqet fermenting in large vats And as an orange sun claimed the stillness of the late afternoon sky on the storm's final day people touched their amulets in a silent plea for courage guidance and protection in the times to comeYou can't write historical fiction well without being truly in love with your subject and Jocelyn Murray obviously loves Egypt She's taken a short period of obscure history from 4000 years ago and turned it


  3. Sofia Sofia says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBII have always been fascinated by history and especially Egypt’s Reading a book that is based on real history with the addition of some fictional characters it’s a reader’s dream come trueWhen his family is brutally murdered Khu ends up being saved by one of Pharaoh Mentuhotep’s wives


  4. Michael Michael says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIHistorical fiction is one of my favourite genres and this book was up there with the best of them The author’s knowledge and passion for Ancient Egypt really shines through with the description particularly strong and I was instantly transported into the ancient world upon


  5. Elizabeth Ehlen Elizabeth Ehlen says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIThe story of Khu follows a boy with mysterious golden eyes as he helps his father Pharoah Mentuhotep fulfill the prophecy of Neferti unify upper and lower Egypt somewhere around 2020 BC The story is based on actual events of the rise of Egypt’s Middle Kingdom although Khu is a fictional character The fictional part of the story introduces the orphan Khu as he is saved in Moses like fashion by one of Mentuhotep’s wives and becomes the adopted son of the Pharoah His golden eyes reveal the sixth sense that he has always possessed and is utilized extensively by his father to rule well The language used was very descriptive almost to the point of flowery and really helped the reader engage hisher senses of ancient Egypt I loved the use of real history even though the story was woven around fictional characters I especially appreciated the historical information and pictur


  6. Shannon Shannon says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIKhu A Tale of Ancient Egypt was exactly that an engrossing tale about ancient Egypt If you have ever wanted to have a history lesson in a culture that lived over 4000 years ago this would definitely be a book for your reading list It was very easy to immerse yourself into the past and into the vivid descriptions of what life may have been likeKhu is one of the main characters of the story An orphaned child who saw unspeakable evil at a very young age A child who had been blessed by the gods and the fates Khu has an amazing ability to see into


  7. Dani Bonam Dani Bonam says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIDescriptions A'PlentyThis novel was extremely well written with flawless passages that transported the reader to the Nile and surrounding deserts of Ancient Egypt The amount of these vivid descriptions however I could have done without I downloaded the audio version because I like the option of listening as well as reading but each time I listened to t


  8. Nihar Sharma Nihar Sharma says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBII do not read much Historical fiction but I'm glad I decided to read this one'Khu A Tale of Ancient Egypt' provides a riveting account of the ancient world and it can be clearly seen that the author has done a lot of research on the subject The ma


  9. Tamara Tamara says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIThis is a work of fiction set in the ancient Middle East The opening chapter reminded me of the biblical story of Moses in the bullrushesA quick check of a few facts indicated that this is truly historical fictionThe writer builds the story around Khu the protagonist and does a fine job drawing the reader in and keeping the interest level high I wouldn't call the book a page turner partly because this is the kind of good prose I love that takes


  10. Mary Rocco Mary Rocco says:

    Kindle Edition Õ Khu eBook ☆ Khu MOBIThis novel was too heavy on exposition and the action of the plot came in disconnected spurts The tension didn't build steadily toward a climax because there were too many stops and starts and too much unnecessary description of landscapes religious beliefs etc And the dangers to the main character and the Pharaoh were not very threatening It was obvious that they would always survive I have read a lot of historical fiction set in Ancient Egypt and this one is one of my least favorites It was a slog to get to the end


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