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This may be a story about gods, but even more powerful than that, this is a story about humanity. The gods command the tale, but the most reliable, steady thread woven through this tapestry is Qebera, a mortal man from Osiris's honor guard, who is charged with an important task as the reign of Osiris is tested by his brother Set's treachery.
This is such an exciting, intricate story, with wonderful characters. Also, the author clearly spent a great deal of time researching ancient Egypt in order to bring us into as realistic a setting as possible. Isis Wept is for any fan of mythology or fantasy who has a taste for a darkly told tale.
The story is, in my opinion, like American Gods. Only in ancient egypt. You get to see the gods being gods and the mortal men and women interacting with the world. This is perhaps my favorite story by this author and I`m happy to see it in digital format.
I would recommend a reaad if you are into mythology, love or revenge stories.
i would like to know more regarding Hathor's back story as I have not heard of her being so vengeful. I felt her character was more closely related to that of Sekhmet. Never the less, a wonderful read! Enjoy!
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