Nick Drake ( epub / Ebook ) Egypt the Book of Chaos


  • Hardcover
  • 335
  • Egypt the Book of Chaos
  • Nick Drake
  • English
  • 09 March 2019
  • 9780060765941

10 thoughts on “Egypt the Book of Chaos

  1. says:

    This had to be my favourite of the three novels I felt in this one we saw less of the pompous self righteous character traits I felt rahoteop

  2. says:

    So we reach the end of Drake's Egyptian trilogy It's an odd sort of series an Ancient Egypt the way Raymond Chandler would write it and a bit too modern and a little bit historically inaccurateIn this instalment Drake tackles the Dakhamunzu l

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    The conclusion of the Rai Rahotep trilogy I was let down by this book I suspected the identity of Obsidian about half way through the story The plot was very depressing Rahotep was wallowing in his sense of failure due to the unsatisfying outcomes of his two previous investigations Nefertiti and Tutankhamen His career h

  4. says:

    Have not read the previous 2 books in this trilogy but this one stands up OK on its own While it would have been nice to see how protagonist Rahotep fell from his position as a prominent Seeker of Mysteries detective in the police corp to where he is now relegated to essentially a beat cop it wasn't necessary to this storyFocus of this was the problem of Royal succession for present ueen Rahotep is part of a secret mission to the enemy Hit

  5. says:

    This is a cross between a mystery and an actionadventure story There is a mystery here but most of the book is about a trip from ancient Egypt to the land of the HittitesNow for me that wasn't a bad thingFor someone who is looking for a straig

  6. says:

    The last book in a trilogy mystery set in ancient Egypt Enjoyed the story especially the historical details

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    Totally did not expect the ending to the mystery of the character Obsidian This trilogy got better as the story moved along from book one to three

  8. says:

    Great look into the world of Ankhesenamun at the time of General Horemheb's move for Pharaoh I didn't like the treatment Rahotep received near the end

  9. says:

    I have now finished Nick Drake's Egypt trilogy After finishing Egypt The Book of Chaos I do feel that Drake saved the best for last I have previously reviewed volumes 1 and 2 in this blog and readers will see that I am a fan of Drake's work However he greatly expands the scope of his interests and the novel itself travel

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    Totally BelievableWhat happened to the young Hittite prince sent to marry a widowed Egyptian ueen He died en route almost certainly murdered What happened to the ueen generally believed to have been Ankhesenamun She drops from the record as completely as if she had never livedDrake provides an unlikely but believable in t

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Egypt the Book of Chaos

Of one of history's great unsolved mysteriesIncorporating his own research through the sites monuments ruins and museums of Egypt Drake brings vividly back to life an era long ago swallowed by the shifting sands of time in this powerful novel of loyalty ambition struggle and destiny Great look into the world of Ankhesenamun at the time of General Horemheb s move for Pharaoh I didn t like the treatment Rahotep received near the end

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The future of Egypt lies in the hands of the Medjay's chief detective Rahotep in the final gripping installment of Nick Drake's acclaimed Ancient Egyptian trilogy Following 'Nefertiti the Book of the Dead' and 'Tutankhamun the Book of Shadows' 'Egypt the Book of Chaos' puts Rahotep o This had to be my favourite of the three novels I felt in this one we saw less of the pompous self righteous character traits I felt rahoteop sometimes displayed In this novel he was vulnerable and human I loved the fact we saw him uncover the truth and suffer in some of the worst ways possible This reminded me of the amertoke series by Paul DohertyLoved the style of writing and I d recommend reading

SUMMARY Egypt the Book of Chaos

N a high stakes adventure across enemy empires and rogue states on a top secret mission to secure the fate of the dynasty Readers of Stacy Schiff's 'Cleopatra' and anyone fascinated by ancient cultures and unspoken secrets will be instantly drawn in by Drake's magisterial re creation This is a cross between a mystery and an actionadventure story There is a mystery here but most of the book is about a trip from ancient Egypt to the land of the HittitesNow for me that wasn t a bad thingFor someone who is looking for a straight mystery you might get bored if you don t like historyIt takes place in the late 18th Dynasty in Ancient Egypt King Tut Tutankhamun is dead His wifehalf sister is on the throne with Ay former royal adviser Horemheb the great Egyptian general is planning to take over And in the middle of all of this is the opium trade and chief detective RahotepDid I mention the Hittites They have a big role in this as well


About the Author: Nick Drake

Nick Drake was born in 1961 He lives and works in London His first book length collection The Man in the White Suit Bloodaxe Books 1999 was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation won the Forward Prize for Best First Collection in 1999 and was selected for the Next Generation Poets promotion in 2004 From The Word Go was published by Bloodaxe Books in 2007 His most recent projects include a