3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Halle's travel memoir is a funny, candid, intriguing, absorbing E ticket of ride through the sands, sociology, and yes a bit of spirit of ancient and modern Egypt.
Reading it leaves one feeling as if he is chatting on the phone with a long time friend who has been on an extraordinary journey.
The imagery of pyramids, The rippling Nile, energized statues, the beckoning blue of The Red Sea, the smell of an American Thanksgiving served up by a Jew in Cairo is all artfully spun by Eavelyn while she also unveils the complex, beautiful and evolving topography of her own soul as it journeys through and responds to this remarkable place.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
Entangled is a provocative, raucous, absorbing tale spun by one my favorite authors. Graham Hancock's maiden venture across the fiction line left me intrigued, captivated, provoked, admittedly a bit aghast at moments, and cheering for the brash gritty foul mouthed heroines who in a rather unorthodox way join forces across the eons of time which separate them. This book takes a fresh look at an old topic. Does evil exist? And if it does exist did it also exist when the human species was young? What if the origins of pure evil extend well beyond the dawn of modern man and what if evil in its symbiotic tango with humanity has evolved along with humanity?
Many years ago I read with… Read more