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What a fantastic debut novel, fast paced full of action and intrigue a real page turner Using the well known legend of the lost army and mixing it up with modern day politics made an interesting change the author certainly knows his Eygptian history Good strong characters and I look forward to meeting them again in a sequel I hope.
I did enjoy this book and the ending was a complete surprise and very enjoyable but I can t help feeling a little disappointed that the story didn t meet my expectations Although there is a lot of ancient egyptian facts and history in this book, I was expectingof an historical mystery, but it turned out to beabout middle eastern islamic terrorists Anyway, don t be put off as I still did enjoy this read I would also like to echo previous reviewers in saying that I think there was n I did enjoy this book and the ending was a complete surprise and very enjoyable but I can t help feeling a little disappointed that the story didn t meet my expectations Although there is a lot of ancient egyptian facts and history in this book, I was expectingof an historical mystery, but it turned out to beabout middle eastern don t worry this isn t a spoiler, it s a synopsis.
Now here s a book that would make a really good movie I don t often say that, because I don t often read books I think would hold up well as a movie, but this one definitely would do so I liked it it was fun to read, the mystery was really good and it held my interest this afternoon for a few hours while I was laying low trying not to do anything that required thinking I would recommend it to all mystery readers except maybe those myste don t worry this isn t a spoiler, it s a synopsis.
Now here s a book that would make a really good movie I don t often say that, because I don t often read books I think would hold up well as a movie, but this one definitely would do so I liked it it was fun to read, the mystery was really good and it held my interest this ↠´ جيش قمبيز المفقود Â It should have stayed lost.
So what went wrong An ancient mystery check Archeologists check North African Culture check Egyptology.
check So far so good the first 150pgs were a decent read BUT then On my Dialogue was turgid, the plot fairly unbelievable for the final conclusion actually laughable, I found myself cringing, Scooby Doo would have written a better ending It s only redeeming feature was the Egyptian Detective Khalifa but all the other players were It should have stayed lost.
So what went wrong An ancient mystery check Archeologists check North African Culture check Egyptology.
check So far so good the first 150pgs were a decent read BUT then On my Dialogue was turgid, the plot fairly unbelievable for the final conclusion actually laughable, I found myself cringing, Scooby Doo would have written a better ending It s only redeeming feature was the Egyptian Detective Khalifa b It is one long, dull story Paul Sussman tells us over the course of 500 pages that make up The Lost Army of Cambyses.
When a series of terrorist attacks kill a British archeologist, his daughter Tara Mullray travels over to Egypt, where she finds herself part of a plot involving militant Nationalists, senseless killings and their search for a small fragment of plaster containing a series of mysterious hieroglyphics.
At the same time, Luxor police detective Yusuf Khalifa follows a trail of bodie It is one long, dull story Paul Sussman tells us over the course of 500 pages that make up The Lost Army of Cambyses.
When a series of terrorist attacks kill a British archeologist, his daughter Tara Mullray travels over to Egypt, where she finds herself part of a plot involving militant Nationalists, senseless killings and the This is another excellent candidate for the Wasted Potential category A good premise and an interesting setting are overshadowed at every turn by a thoroughly unlikable protagonist who s a major pain in the backside when she s not dreamy and ga ga after sex with a guy who proves that she is a terrible judge of character who never learns from past mistakes You know that it s bad when you re barely halfway through a book and you re hoping that the hero ends up as carrion in some deep and d This is another excellent candidate for the Wasted Potential category A good premise and an interesting setting are overshadowed at every turn by a thoroughly unlikable protagonist who s a major pain in the backside when she s not dreamy and ga ga after sex with a guy who proves that she is a terrible judge of character who never learns from past mis GOOOOOOO KHALIFA This could be the only book that I downloaded via thepiratebay and I m ashamed of it.
I can t buy or borrow all those books that I want so I consider illegal downloading is like going to my local library except that it s online.
I was shocked of the news of Paul s death, may god have mercy on his soul.
The man really loves Egypt, his description of Cairo, where I live, is great BUT I really was not comfortable with the dialogue between Egyptian s I really felt that it was someho GOOOOOOO KHALIFA This could be the only book that I downloaded via thepiratebay and I m ashamed of it.
I can t buy or borrow all those books that I want so I consider illegal downloading is like going to my local library except that it s online.
I was shocked of the news of Paul s death, may god have mercy on his soul.
The man really loves Egypt, his description of Cairo, where I Paul Sussman s Lost Army of Cambyses is an action packed archaeology adventure thriller that reads like an Indiana Jones movie I found the first half of the book rather slow and boring I came close to giving up and not finishing it However, I am glad that I pushed on for the story proved to be an entertaining read.
The Lost Army of Cambyses refers to a claim made by the Greek historian Herodotus about an army the Persian king sent to conquer the Ammonians in the Libyan desert NB Actually recent archaeological evidence seems to confirm Herodotus tale.
The book Lost Army begins with a wonderful scene positing the disastrous end of this army and then moves quickly to the modern day search for this trove of ancient artifacts There are several mysteries, a rogue archaeologist, and even some terrorists But t The Lost Army of Cambyses refers to a claim made by the Greek historian Herodotus about an army the Persian king sent to conquer the Ammonians in the Libyan desert NB Actually recent archaeological evidence seems to confirm Herodotus tale.
The book Lost Army begins with a wonderful scene positing the disastrous end of this army and then moves quickly to the mode