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    Great set for people who like history and contempo

    I initially read these books individually so this review will reflect that. Amarna Book 1: Book of Ida I won this eBook from the LibraryThing Members Giveaway. And boy, am I glad that I did. I am hooked! An ancient story that is written in a contemporary style but captivating all the same. Amarna Book 1: Book of Ida, follows the trials of Idaten, a slave girl, a childhood playmate and sweetheart of two well-known characters from ancient Egyptian history. The book's language may be modern but the story is as ancient as time itself, conspiracy, murder, spying and plotting and in all this betrayal, love still manages to survive. So glad I won this book and eagerly awaiting the next in this series. Amarna Book 2: Book of Hawara Aaaaaarrrrggggghhhhh! Grea Alexander! you leave me hanging once again! Tragedy just won't let up on Ida, Mursili and Nac, Gosh I want to strangle every one of those gods and especially the villainous, power hungry idiots! But I still loved this installment, it's even better than Book I and now I have to wait for Book III........ looks like some of this tragedy is leaking out into my reading life :-( Amarna Book 3: Book of Raia What a tangled web this is. King Mursili's unshakable faith in the prophecy and his single minded focus on the big picture disregarding every loss, Nacamakun, almost mad with the grief of what he has lost in the quest to place the Amarna bloodline back on the Throne, Idamun's maternal instincts screaming at her to keep her son safe from the vengeance of his enemies and of course the various gods executing their own plans. The fate of Egypt and Hatti hang in the balance. This concluding installment in the Amarna series will take you on a journey of turmoil, betrayal, doubt, and madness. And the end will make you either smile or then as in my case, thirsting for more.
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