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El séptimo papiro by Wilbur Smith

I’d never heard of the author before, and didn’t even realize it was part of a series until I looked it up on Goodreads when I was about halfway through the novel. Nora Luz ppapiro it it was amazing Nov 10, By the time I muddled through to the end I just wanted them to find the treasure and be done already.

It is about the archaeological quest and s,ith of the lost Pharaohs Mamose’s tomb. Many others seem to love the author and this series, and rave on and on about how good it is. Product details File Size: Would anyone recommend reading this book without reading the first one of the series?

This was an amazing book. On the other hand Smith manages to take us into a real place, and even the peculiarities of his art-collecting villain manage to avoid the implausible scenarios of a fantasy akin to the likes of Indiana Jones.

What I didn’t like: And then along came a sort of sequel that I was not expecting: In fact, this book has put me entirely off reading, which rarely happens. Share your thoughts with other customers. As it is, there is just so much repetition I just can’t take anymore. There’s some profanity in the book, but not a lot, and no obscenity that I can recall. This novel presupposes the events of the earlier one; but although it’s billed as the second book of the series, it takes place nearly 4, years In the opening novel of his Ancient Egypt series, River Godwhich I haven’t read veteran South African novelist Wilbur Smith depicts the fictional Pharaoh Mamose finding a temporary refuge, with some of his people, from the invading Hyskos in the valley of Ethiopia’s Blue Nile –a region that’s wild and largely unexplored even in modern times.


Smith’s reputation is as a popular novelist of action-adventure fiction, much of it set in his native Africa, delivering excitement and suspense. Wilbur Smith created wonderful characters, both lovable and detestable.

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For There are moments that I feel like reading something light and entertaining. The character of Royan was entertaining to read and easy to relate to, for the most part. Regardless, it works wonderfully here.

Some of the phrasing seems odd to me, a lot of extra justs and verys. First i though that the writer Includes additionalyet unnecessary details and in more than one occasion i lost interest in finishing the story but i kept going on regardless of how twisted and bored i wasfew pages willbur AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

The character of Royan was entertaining to read and easy to relate to, fo I’m not even sure where I got this book from – I think it might have been out of a bag of books that my mom gave me.

It was quite a struggle to get to the end smtih half the book was in depth description of dam construction, so dull. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? I didn’t realize this one took place in current time. It’s not badly written and I’m sure the clues to the pharao’s untouched grave might be more fun if I had read “River Gods”.

What I did like about the book was the way Smith tied together the story lines from episodes four thousand years apart. The descriptions of ancient Egyptian mythology were wonderful and accurate but descriptions of landmarks and the landscape as a whole were lacking. Read more Read less. While there were references to River God, there was nothing …more I bought this book at a garage sale for 50 cents having no idea there was even a prequel.

I don’t expect this feeling to last longer than maybe 20 minutes – which is how long Willbur need to cook dinner – but it’s quite horrific nonetheless. Although it states not needed to read this second book, I wanted to know as I might buy River God first. Duraid Al Simmu y su bella mujer Royan, mitad egipcia, mitad inglesa, fueron los primeros en descubrir la tumba de la reina Lostris. But while Nicholas, like Royan, wants himself and her to be first at the tomb, and is ethical enough unlike their competition to not hurt any smihh –and chivalrous enough to protect Royan as gallantly as she could wish– he has ambitions to add the find to HIS collection.


I hardly know what to do with myself! Of course it is the 7th scroll that the characters are after in this second book. Return to Book Page.

Avontuurlijke queeste op zoek naarhet graf van farao Mamose uit deel 1 Vallei der koningen. Wat mij een beetje tegen stond in het verhaal, is dat de auteur, Wilbur Smithhet nodig vond om zich zelf een paar keer in het verhaal op te nemen. Nothing better than an archaeological hunt for treasure. But even though The Seventh Scroll is actually the second book in a series, it works as a stand alone novel.

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But knowledge of these clues has fallen into the hands of a ruthless, wealthy and powerful antiquities collector who’s not about to let minor seotimo like laws against murder and smih keep him from adding this loot to his private collection. No matter ho As the second book of Wilbur Smith’s Ancient Egypt trilogy, this book was somewhat disappointing.

It was really one of the worst books I have read. Showing of 5 reviews.

In the best tradition of action-adventure fiction, he views his characters’ actions in terms of a moral code that accurately distinguishes between good and evil. Please try again later. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. This novel presupposes the events of the earlier one; but although it’s billed as the second book of the series, it takes place nearly 4, years later, in the author’s present, and can be read as a stand-alone any information about the earlier events that the reader needs is supplied in the text of this book.

This book, I felt, was completely full of ridiculous ideas.