Egyptian Gold: The Journey

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BalboaPress, Feb 14, 2013 - Fiction - 330 pages
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Love, sex, war, and magic …

In 330 BC in Egypt, a beautiful young girl named K’ilah had no grasp of the adventures she was destined to know. Already, she had seen twelve risings of the Nile, and she was not yet married. This upset her; most girls her age were married and already had two children. But in a flash—as quick as lightning—she would find that she no longer had time to obsess about her lack of a family. She was about to be catapulted into a world of challenges so daunting that most men would run from them. Overnight, K’ilah’s destiny became grander than any she could understand at such an age.

She was destined to ascend the throne as queen and pharaoh of Egypt.

Through K’ilah’s wide and ambitious eyes, a new view of ancient Egypt emerges, in which the true identity of the prophet Moses is revealed. Despite what historians say, he was not the child of slaves. Hidden papyrus text revealed Moses was actually the heretic pharaoh Akhenaten.

King Darius of Persia, Alexander the Great, Akhenaten, and his dangerous queen, Nefertiti, all play their parts in K’ilah’s strange new world. Love, sex, war, and magic are timeless elements in a story that reaches across the ages in Egyptian Gold: The Journey, the first book in Kila el Amarna’s trilogy.

 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
CHAPTER 2
13
CHAPTER 3
24
CHAPTER 4
40
CHAPTER 5
52
Chapter 6
58
CHAPTER 7
75
CHAPTER 8
79
CHAPTER 17
177
CHAPTER 18
184
CHAPTER 19
194
CHAPTER 20
201
CHAPTER 21
206
CHAPTER 22
218
CHAPTER 23
226
CHAPTER 24
230

CHAPTER 9
88
CHAPTER 10
105
CHAPTER 11
114
CHAPTER 12
127
CHAPTER 13
136
CHAPTER 14
152
CHAPTER 15
158
CHAPTER 16
169
CHAPTER 25
242
CHAPTER 26
251
CHAPTER 27
255
CHAPTER 28
260
CHAPTER 29
262
CHAPTER 30
276
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About the author (2013)

Kila el Amarna began winning writing competitions when she was in school. She was born in England and lived in Canada before settling in Australia. She has raised her two children in Queensland, Australia.

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