Heart of the Gods (Servant of the Gods Book 2) Kindle Edition
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Mummification had neverbeen intended for use on the living but it was as it must be and none of themcould gainsay what was about to happen, not General Khai, nor any of thepriests and priestesses of the Gods, nor High Priestess Irisi herself. Who werethey to second guess the will of the Gods?
Irisi could not andwould not.
It was as the prophecyhad decreed however much they wished to deny it. There was no other way andthere was no other to do it, only she, warrior and priestess, could do this,however terrible it was.
She knew only that shemust accept it, without protest, willingly, if this were to have the slightestchance of success and steeled herself to face it. Even as that other below,Kamenwati, did not, he writhed and screamed in protest, in outrage. He chantedspells against them as Awan, High Priest of Osiris, Kahotep, High Priest ofHorus and Djeserit, High Priestess of Sekhmet struggled to contain him and histerrible magic. In the back of Irisi's mind she chanted the words of the twoBooks she knew so well, the Book of Life, known only to the priests andpriestesses of the temples...and the Book of Emerging in Daytime, what somecalled, wrongly, the Book of the Dead.
- Word Wise : Enabled
- ASIN : B004RJ8RIW
- Publication date : March 9, 2011
- File size : 1966 KB
- Print length : 340 pages
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
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- Language: : English
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Lending : Enabled
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If you want to know more about tombs, Djinns, and the old Egyptian Gods, then this fast-paced book is definitely one you should not miss.
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Ky and Raissa are strong, vivid characters, and you'll easily find yourself pulling for them. (I have a particular fondness, by the way, for wise-cracking Ryan.)