Luxor: Book of Past Lives

Luxor: Book of Past Lives

by Julie Bettendorf

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Overview

Who will become a mummy...

It's 1324 BC in Egypt - the era of King Tut. The high priest Nebamun and his brother Iramen, the embalmer, are standing ready at the embalming slab.

Nebamun feels trapped and surrounded by death. Will he ever be able to escape his duty and be happy?

He could have lived a happy life, but today he must mummify a young woman and her daughter, drowned in the Nile reeds.

Mother and daughter will meet in the afterlife...

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What will they find in the tomb...

It's 1874 AD, in Luxor, Egypt. Abdul and Karim, tomb-robbing brothers, stand knee-deep in the riches of ancient Egypt.

Abdul wants a new life, out of the dark, dismal tombs, and into the light.

Karim wants to become rich selling the possessions of the dead...

These characters' lives are separated by thousands of years, and yet they are each connected by mysterious forces.

Luxor: Book of Past Lives takes you into the ancient past, containing details gleaned from countless historical accounts. It is a riveting tale of violence and greed, riches and poverty, and good and evil in the time of the pharaohs and beyond.

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"This book captured me from the first page. This was a unique look at how the regular guy spent his life in ancient Egypt." 5-star Amazon review

"Excellent Read! This really is a amazing book because it is based on research so to be taken back you are actually relieving what happened. I enjoyed this book very much the author did a wonderful job and I highly recommend it."

5-star Amazon review

"It's not every day that you get transported back in time. History buffs would really enjoy this book because it takes you through a comparative element of two different time periods." 5-star Amazon review



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ISBN-13: 9781478749479
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
Publication date: 04/23/2015
Pages: 322
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.72(d)

About the Author

Julie Bettendorf is a world traveler, with a background in history and a degree in archaeology. It is her dream to make history come alive for the reader - not just the history of the famous, but the history of the forgotten as well. When she is not traveling, she lives in Portland, Oregon.

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