Ramsès, tome 4 : La Dame d'Abou Simbel

by Christian Jacq

Paperback, 1998



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Pocket (1998), 399 pages


Ramses has not managed to subdue the formidable Hittites. But he decides to negotiate, not fight, for the love that Ramses bears his Consort Nefertari surpasses his enjoyment of war. He also decides to erect two fabulous temples at Abu Simbel as symbols of their eternal love. But meanwhile, Rameses must face Moses, his childhood friend who has now returned to Egypt to demand the exodus of the Hebrew people. Faced with these dangers, will the vigilance of Pharoah's loyal servants and the magic of the Lady of Abu Simbel be sufficient to protect the Son of the Light?

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LibraryThing member hlselz
4th book of the series of Ramses. I don't know why I kept reading them, for they are not very good! Once you pop...
LibraryThing member Saieeda
This was an excellent book. The history was quite accurate as were the everyday activities. The characters were multi-dimensional unlike many historical fictions involving royalty. There was enough action and intrigue to interest all readers. The writing style was fantastic.
LibraryThing member pauliharman
Perhaps the most depressing and downbeat book in the series so far. A book about loss - Ramses loses people close to him, and this volume also briefly covers the flight of the Hebrews from Egypt, downplaying the biblical story and yet portraying a matter-of-fact believable set of events which one could imagine being the basis of mythology grown up around it.… (more)


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