The Ankhs (The Ankhs, #1)

The Ankhs (The Ankhs, #1) Red Marks The Child Of An Ancient ProphecyThe Ancient Egyptian Gods Were Neither Gods Nor Men Read The Truth, As Revealed To You By The Words Of A Modern Day Descendent In An Ancient World, Mankind Discovers That We Are Not Alone A Sheltered One, An Ancient Prophecy, And The Discovery Of A Well Kept Secret

Greetings from the land of the Pharaohs I m an Egyptian woman born in Central Africa and raised all over the world I came back to Egypt when I was 18 years old and have lived here, happily, every since By way of work, I m an academic dean, an educator, and a writer As far as my writing goes, I tend to break the mold Honestly, I d shatter the bloody thing if I could I like to change thing

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  • 102 pages
  • The Ankhs (The Ankhs, #1)
  • Amira Awaad
  • English
  • 09 July 2017

10 thoughts on “The Ankhs (The Ankhs, #1)

  1. says:

    There has always been something about Egyptian mythology that has been exciting to me I love the mummy movies and anything to do with Egyptian mythology most of the time This book was great This book has all the fun things about Egyptian mythology I enjoy and I received this book from the author and this is my honest review

  2. says:

    It is impossible to not like the narrator She is Torri as a little girl and Hathor as a maiden Her voice is the water spilling from a fountain with the energy and enthusiasm of youth In fact, the lyrical prose present in most of the book is almost hypnotizing in the telling I love books with a folkloric content and this story, taking place in ancient Egypt, where one can stand with one foot in the Nile and one on the desert, is brimming with characters that we loved in The Book of One Thousand and One Nights Djinns Genies hiding behind Zafrin invisibility from the humans a powerful Pharaoh, now being ruled by an enviable love and a war between the characters that will alter life as they each knew it We have learned about the prophecy but there is an interesting anagram that is mentioned several times, whetting my appetite for possible future episodes of what can be a fascinating series.

  3. says:

    I have always loved anything related to Ancient Egypt, so The Ankhs fed my fascination This book has everything you would expect in an Egyptian fantasy intrigue, love, and loss, all set against the magical backdrop of the desert and the nile While I was reading, I was sucked into the world of the ancients The vibrant descriptions and interesting characters kept me going until the last page And what an unexpected ending I would recommend this book to anyone who loves the ancient Egyptian culture, and anyone who enjoys getting lost in fantasy books Great read

  4. says:

    What a fascinating read

  5. says:

    The Ankhs Red Marks The Child The Ankhs, 1 by Amira Awaad is a highly imaginative and engaging read Love the storyline

  6. says:

    I ve always been fascinated by ancient Egypt and the premise of this book intrigued me I wasn t disappointed It was an entertaining read.

  7. says:

    Greatly recommended book about the ancient Egyptian culture, a fantasy books Torri as a little girl and Hathor as a maiden and the mystical world of the Djinn Great read

  8. says:

    The Ankhs tells us a story of ancient gods of Egypt and the mystical world of the Djinn in an incredible tale that entwines fantasy, history, and romance in a way that brings the reader to a deep connection to the forgotten humanity that we seem to overlook when we speak, read, or think about gods The reader finds Torri, a child growing up around every day people, the people she would come to admire, help, and see but will quickly realize to them, that she is unknown Their eyes would and will never acknowledge her very existence till one day when she discovers the secret that her parents had been holding back This book not only personifies gods and demons but brings the audience closer than they ever could be reading the drawl of your generic history book Granted the work may not yield an archaeological account of life in ancient Egypt but with constant twists, turns, and surprises, it inspires the beauty and mystery of ancient Egypt s history and brings home the realization that seven thousand years later we still search for ways that we can connect to each other telling stories of mythology, romance, or fiction and having the reader develop a close relationship to the characters that connects us as humans understanding what love and sacrifice is This is than just a story of romance, fantasy, and history but a fairytale for adults with the same intensity as the Grimms and Gaiman alike.

  9. says:

    If you love ancient Egypt, this story s for you.

  10. says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed this read Having been to Egypt, studying Egyptology, I was fascinated and thrilled to read such a great book A well deserving 5 stars.

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