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    Hard to put down

    This book continues the story of Lord Taita of Egypt. It is an exciting novel that is very hard to put down. I find Wilbur Smith an amazing story teller that is able to draw the reader into the story he weaves making it difficult for the reader to put the book down. Totally iabsorbing. Thank you Mr Smith for another brilliant story
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    Disappointed

    I usually love Wilbur Smith's books but this one was heavy going without the usual trademark Wilbur Smith ability to transport you into the storyline. There were many plot holes and inaccuracies given that it was supposed to continue the storyline from River God and be a prequel to Warlock. It is quite clear from the different writing style and storyline inaccuracies that Wilbur did not do the bulk of the writing of this book and it was rather done by the Harper Collins ghost writers. I think Wilbur needs to go back to his old publishers because since he changed to Harper Collins and started using ghost writers his books lack that flair that he was known for. Would not recommend.
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    Desert God

    It was wonderful to read Wilbur Smith again and another book about ancient Egypt. The story rose and rose with twists and turns centered always around Taita. If you enjoyed River Gods you will most probably enjoy this story.
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    Desert God

    Unlike this authour's previous books, I found it tedious and long winded as far as I went, then I gave up.
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