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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Book Review: Curse of Nefertiti by Charline Ratcliff

Welcome everyone to another big week on the Writer's Revolution. I am your host, the author of The Phoenix Blade, Andrew Hess. Our book review of the week comes from Charline Ratcliff, author of Curse of Nefertiti

Over three thousand years ago, all of Egypt lies in ruins. The country that had dazzled the world is now completely annihilated, and the Nile runs red with the blood of her people.

Nefertiti's spirit walks the land and looks at the utter devastation she has unwittingly allowed to transpire. In desperation she cries out to the Gods, and they take pity on her. They send her forward into the future, so she may return later to correct her mistakes.

This is the story of Nefertiti, of the life she has lived here as Kayla, unaware of her true identity until finally reunited with the man who is the living reincarnation of her murdered husband, Akhenaten.

She is faced with a difficult choice. Return to Egypt and save her country and its people or stay here with the man who holds her heart.

And if she returns to Egypt, will she remember her life as Kayla, so she may be returned to it before her life becomes forfeit in the past?

Charline Ratcliff's tale is woven with likeable and believable characters, powerful visceral imagery, and a tapestry of combining old with new to create a masterful novel. Her debut novel is a stunning achievement that deftly envelops the reader.

Rating: 5 out of 5
The Review:
I am a big fan of Egyptian art and history and have been for many years. Curse of Nefertiti is a book guaranteed to keep your attention throughout the story. It offers great insight into a fictional take on Queen Nefertiti as her spirit is sent into the future to seek out the man she loves and rights her wrongs. The detail to the story is incredible, the strength in the relationship between Kayla and Paolo was intense which made you pull for the couple as Kayla struggles with her identity and her decisions. This is a great book that all fans of the romance genre should check out.

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1 comment:

  1. Andrew, thanks again for reading and reviewing The Curse of Nefertiti! I'm glad that you enjoyed the read. :)