Does anybody know something about Hilary Wilson's Egyptian Woman? I think it's a great story, and I don't know exactly which parts of the story are true. Hope you can help.
At least, I like too Wilbur Smith's books but that's true what Meritaton said. He don't use Egyptian names and it's argued me for some times. (I like it - look at my name - but it isn't Egyptian anyway!) But I think he did some search, because the war with the hyksos invaders was correct. I don't think Taita invented the cart, (at least I don't think Taita lived
but that's true that the Egyptian people found it in the time of the hyksos invasion.
The Sinuhe was the first Egyptian story I've read, so I totally adore it - but I think Sinuhe didn't live, too. But I like every story which is scened in Ancient Egypt.
Aww, so not all. I know a lot of people really like Pauline Gedge's Twelvth Transforming but I personally hate it. It teaches us that Akhenaten was ugly and disgusting.
I don't think that so! It was the first and last book I've read frome Pauline. Maybe, her other series are better, but I'm not interested in. It made me angry again. Aaaargh.