A god against the gods

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Doubleday, 1976 - Fiction - 310 pages
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Akheneten, husband of Nerfertiti and Pharaoh of Egypt, wields his powers to establish himself as the supreme God, thereby directly challenging the existing order and the old gods themselves

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Alan Drury would usually write about U.S. Politics; with his most popular novel being "Advise and Consent". This pair of novels deals with ancient Egypt and the Pharohs Akhenaten and Tutahnkamon ... Read full review


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