The Murder of King Tut
Publish date: August 13th 2009
Edition language: English
, True Crime
James Patterson gives an interesting look into the life of King Tut, the possible ways that he died, and the people around him.Great read, I loved this one! I whipped through this one in a day!
Three stories wrapped into one. One story takes place during the time of King Tut. This is a good story. Next is a story of the man that found King Tut's tomb. This is also a good story. Then there's the story about how James Patterson did his research and talked his agent into letting him writ...
Quite possibly the worst book on Ancient Egypt that I have ever read. I wasn't happy with it at all, what with the cheap, sleazy tone of the plot, the constant jumping about, and the shoddy research (especially when the author mentions how meticulous he is with it!) -- HAH! Don't bother with this on...
Mr. Patterson is a machine at cranking out books and quite often I just glance at the titles and walk by. The title of this one did catch my interest. The book was an entertaining read (no one ever said Mr. Patterson couldn’t write) but I am in a quandary as how to classify this book. Fiction? N...
togs.The Amarna Years scholars will be sent reeling under this 'pick up the ball and run' recap. If you can shut your eyes to gaping liberties and suspend your scholastic knowledge then it's a good romp.Giovanni Battista Belzoni was to archaeology as Patterson is to subtlety.Theban Mapping Project -...
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