El séptimo papiro continúa la historia cautivante de Río Sagrado, anterior bestseller de Wilbur Smith. Es una magnífica aventura ambientada. Wilbur Smith ofrece una vez más una historia desbordante de suspenso, romance y To ask other readers questions about El séptimo papiro, please sign up. EL SEPTIMO PAPIRO (Los imperdibles) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Wilbur Smith, Daniel Zadunaisky: : Kindle-Shop.
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Like Labyrinthfor example – it’s historical fiction with the emphasis on the fiction – at no point does Kate Mosse try to pretend that it’s anything else plus she does better research. This book, I felt, was completely full of ridiculous ideas.
As the second book of Wilbur Smith’s Ancient Egypt trilogy, this book was somewhat disappointing. I read it over quite a long time, as it is or more pages in paperback. I like wilbud way this man does his research.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I’d read one of his other books previously, Warlock: Jacqueline Contreras Hauser marked it as to-read Aug 18, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Where appropriate, his descriptions are vivid, and he has an obviously considerable knowledge of African history, culture and geography, which sith draws on to enrich the book.
For those looking for a good thriller, read it and enjoy.
Chiudo con una nota di colore: Manne Huezo rated it it was amazing Dec 25, 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.
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El séptimo papiro (La Saga Egipcia, #2) by Wilbur Smith
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I really enjoyed it, even without reading the prequel. Published July by Booket first published While there were references to River God, there was nothing I couldn’t understand or deduce. 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 things like laws against murder and theft keep him from adding this loot to his private collection.
I’m not a prude but it just seemed like the pervy fantasies of a sad old man. I feel strongly about this. Another dissatisfying aspect of the book was the dialogue between the two main characters, Royan and Nicholas. For There are moments that I feel like reading something light and entertaining. I love multiple Points of Spptimo, but I’m of the opinion that the POV change needs to happen at a chapter break, or at least a section break within a chapter.
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Quello che cerco in questo tipo di libri. A must read for Wilbur Smith fans. What we got to live through before is now seen through the eyes of history, including all the distortions of history that are bound to happen. Also, Smith gets bogged down with minute details of an engineering feat — I skipped over pages and pages. spgimo
There pstimo moments that I feel like reading something light and entertaining. Sometimes it just becomes overwhelming – too many people are tortured, injured or killed carelessly for my tastes.
The character of Royan was entertaining to read and easy to relate to, for the most part. Other books in the series.
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If it’s interesting and holds my attention I’m pretty forgiving about a lot of things that might annoy another reader. Instead of giving us another wl with Taita, Smith presents us with a modern day treasure hunt, but with the River God story acting as the map!
I really enjoyed this book.