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The action sets off swiftly in Egypt moves to England to end up in Ethiopia. Silvana Andrea Gonzalez is currently reading it Dec 02, Leest gemakkelijk weg ookal is het best een dik boek. His books are now translated into twenty-six languages and have wilnur over million copies.

I wasn’t enthralled like everyone else seems to have been, the whole story seemed a little lame. I am obssessed with Egyptian mysteries so was very excited when I first started on this. Some of the phrasing seems odd to me, a lot of extra justs and verys.

November 10, Publisher: Alberto Godoy rated it really liked it Oct 02, It didn’t have the intricate detail of Cussler nor did it have excitement that swept me up and caused me to look forward to reading it.

El séptimo papiro by Wilbur Smith

I really enjoyed it, even without reading the prequel. It was cleverly designed for us to see the results of Taita’s work instead of hearing him boast about his genius – and we get to delight and despair with Nicholas and Royan as they play his game and struggle to discover the location of Mamose’s tomb.


Alles wor In dit zelfstandig te lezen vervolg op ‘ River God ‘ zit voldoende actie en spanning om je gedurende vele uren bezig te houden.

This is disgusting, but it’s intended to be. I hadn’t planned on reading this series this year but now I am already looking forward to the third book, “Warlock”, where we get to return to the ancient times and see what happens next! I followed the Courtneys and the Ballantynes, and then came River God Sommige stukken hadden wat korter en minder gedetaillerd gemogen, toch is het niet storend of stagneert het verhaal niet.

So our heroine and hero here are working partly as allies –but partly at cross purposes, too, which makes for an interesting battle of wits. The book itself was only slightly less enjoyable than the first.

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Smith’s reputation is as a popular novelist of action-adventure fiction, much of it set in his native Africa, delivering excitement and suspense. In dit zelfstandig te lezen vervolg op ‘ River God ‘ zit voldoende actie en spanning om je gedurende vele uren bezig te houden.

It’s for that reason that I can’t reread the third book in series, Warlock. Lists with This Book. For me, that wouldn’t be so bad if it was obvious from the wilbyr that it was an overblown and obviously fictitious idea of what’s possible; I’ve read enough fantasy to cope with worlds based on reality but in which things are performed that wouldn’t be possible within the real world.

As the second book of Wilbur Smith’s Ancient Paprio trilogy, this book was somewhat disappointing. No trivia or quizzes yet. I wanted to break up a string of biographies by reading something moronic, and this really tried to deliver.


Wat mij een beetje tegen stond in het verhaal, is dat de auteur, Wilbur Smithhet nodig vond om wilbug zelf een paar keer in het verhaal op te nemen. Grab it and go The Seventh Scroll is Wilbur Smith’s 25th book and the second in his popular Egyptian series featuring the enigmatic slave Taita.

Also, the random sex scenes seemed really unnecessary.

El séptimo papiro (La Saga Egipcia, #2) by Wilbur Smith

He also provides convincing characters, a well-constructed plot, and realistic sometimes wryly humorous dialogue. Refresh and try again. Hell, Louise Erdrich is one of my absolutely favorite authors and papirro books stalk entire lineages, reference previous plots, and often require a flow chart. I really enjoyed River God, but this book, with the exception of a few exciting sections, was slow-moving.

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It’s a twisted loop whereby an author actually negatively critques his own work Abandoned at page What I did like about the book was the way Smith tied together the story lines from episodes four thousand years apart.

Instead of giving us another adventure with Taita, Smith presents us with a modern day treasure hunt, but with the River God story acting as the map!

And then along came a sort of sequel that I was not expecting: I read it over quite a long time, as it is or more pages in paperback.