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Girl Pray For Me. Killing Grace: A Rise to Restoration. As an affici To say Patterson writes ten books a year is supposed to be a compliment.
As an afficionado of Egytian history, I'm well aware of the controversy in the scientific community over this very issue. But Patterson et al.
In short, Tut either died by an accident or was murdered by someone in the royal household. That is the extent of Patterson's revelation.
I'm not kidding. In fact, in this case, you can even skip the ending. I wish I'd skipped the beginning and the middle, too. View all 4 comments.
Aug 05, Margaret added it Shelves: did-not-finish. I am not going to glorify this with any stars. I got qualms about it when I came across the tomb building slaves being slaughtered in the desert.
As the tomb builders were highly skilled artisans, this was a load of bollocks to start with. Ask John Romer Many of his finds are in the British Museum and I have seen them with my own eyes.
When I got to around page 52 and Ay misspelled Aye was ogling Nefertiti, only the fact that I had got t I am not going to glorify this with any stars.
When I got to around page 52 and Ay misspelled Aye was ogling Nefertiti, only the fact that I had got the book from the library saved it from being hurled across the room with great force.
Ay was the FATHER of Nefertiti. This is verifiable FACT. Ay and Teya were the parents of Nefertiti, who had one sister who was married to Akhenaten's war leader, Horemheb who later became pharaoh himself.
The "research" that Mr Patterson boasts about at the book's beginning is laughable crap. Dec 29, Emrys rated it did not like it Shelves: fiction.
The writing in this book is abysmally poor and the historical inaccuracies were astounding. A certain level of bad writing might be worth overlooking if the plot were especially strong or if recent findings were revealed, but the plot is weak and the premise is not based on any archeological findings.
This book is advertised as a nonfiction thriller, but it's really a fictional non-thriller. The author begins the book with much pomp about how the materials were thoroughly researched so that the The writing in this book is abysmally poor and the historical inaccuracies were astounding.
The author begins the book with much pomp about how the materials were thoroughly researched so that the reconstructed story of Tutankhamun would be accurate and the theory would be sound.
He then proceeds to write insanely bloated, inaccurate sub-Harlequin Romance prose about Ancient Egypt and Howard Carter. The two timelines are ocassionally interrupted by the author's modern-day soliloquies about how puzzling everything is when one is looking across the lake at one's yacht, thinking about how wealthy one is.
I really don't care about Patterson's yacht or bank account, but I do find Ancient Egypt to be fascinating. Sadly, there are huge pieces of important information about Tut's life missing from this book, most obviously the simultaneous name changes of Tutankhaten to Tutankhamun and Ankhesenpaaten to Ankhesenamun.
Those name changes were extremely significant, but Patterson ignores history and instead uses only the names Tutankhamen and Ankhesenpaaten alongside each other with no regard for accuracy.
There is also no evidence given for Patterson's relationships between characters, relationships that either vary from historical evidence or have no historical evidence to back them up.
Such disregard for historical facts is behind Patterson's cheez-whiz of a "murder theory. He never attempted to tie his theory to any evidence of any nature, which astounded me.
When zero evidence is ALL Patterson and his "researcher" come up with after spending thousands of dollars and years doing HEAVY DUTY RESEARCH, someone owes someone a refund!
There is a LOT of current information out there, and none of it is in this book. If you must read this, check it out from your local public library.
But don't be suckered into buying it! Apr 12, Laura rated it did not like it. I always have to remind myself after reading a James Patterson book that I have never liked any of his books so I should stop trying to read them!
This book is supposed to be nonfiction and Patterson goes on about how he did so much research for this book, more than he has ever done for any other book.
However, none of this research is evident. No footnotes, no end notes, no sources. He also mentions that his assistant did the bulk of the research so not sure why he claims in other places he di I always have to remind myself after reading a James Patterson book that I have never liked any of his books so I should stop trying to read them!
He also mentions that his assistant did the bulk of the research so not sure why he claims in other places he did the research. It's too bad, because it would be interesting to find out from actual academics and Egyptologists why there is the belief that King Tut was murdered.
Patterson said he had a hunch - not sure that a hunch is enough evidence to claim that King Tut was actually murdered. Patterson also mentions that he was working on a few other projects while writing this book.
I have to say that is pretty obvious because he repeats sentences only pages apart I'm talking word for word. And also, making paragraphs one sentence long and chapters only 2 or 3 pages long is super annoying.
Again, I really wanted to like this book because it sounded so intriguing, but I was definitely disappointed. Sep 02, Christopher Saunders rated it did not like it Shelves: reads.
James Patterson is a perfectly serviceable writer of thrillers and police procedurals. What on Earth possessed him to write a book billing itself as a "nonfiction thriller"?
This wretched book, which parallels the short, unhappy reign of King Tutankhamen with Howard Carter's discovery of his tomb, makes obnoxious pretenses to fastidious accuracy "fake nothing, even a bee sting" Patterson implores in his introduction , yet the actual book offers a thin, lazy caricature of real events.
Besides bu James Patterson is a perfectly serviceable writer of thrillers and police procedurals. Besides building a story around the mostly discredited idea of Tut's murder by political enemies, Patterson plumps his narrative with cardboard characterizations and lame invented dialogue that bears less resemblance to Ancient Egypt than a Yummy Mummy cereal box.
My favorite howler wasn't the Egyptian nobles joking about their divine status or the Pharaoh enduring jibes at his impotence, but a mean teacher telling grade school Tut to "sit down and practice your hieroglyphs.
View all 3 comments. May 26, Jennifer rated it it was ok. I really had high hopes for this book, as I love history and am fascinated with all things Ancient Egypt I was expecting something along the lines of Patricia Cornwell's investigation into the Jack the Ripper case, with a summary of evidence and supporting documentation.
Patterson fro some reason chose to mask all of his "evidence" with a narrative that comes off as more of a fictionalized account. There are "scenes", including dialogue, between Tut and his family I really had high hopes for this book, as I love history and am fascinated with all things Ancient Egypt There are "scenes", including dialogue, between Tut and his family and servants, as well as between Carter and others.
This, in my eyes, was a loss of credibility and made it seem more of a story as opposed to making me think about any genuine evidence or documentation.
Patterson added in a few chapters to illustrate why he was so excited by this story and chose to write it.
These chapters further irritated me because they were filled with name-dropping and pompous ramblings, as in his description of how his editor always takes his calls, he likes to walk along Trump's golf course, he looks out over the lake behind his property at all the enormous houses, and his "remarkable ability" to work on several projects at once.
I think this book has turned me off of Patterson for a while, unfortunately. I had his next book on pre-order and cancelled it.
Mar 05, Jeanette Bowyer rated it it was ok Shelves: did-not-enjoy. A disappointment to Egyptology. Using the time-consuming and strenuous multi-shot technique, Vannini produced complete photographic reproductions that revealed colors in their original tones with vivid intensity.
These inestimable works endure through Vannini's photographs in their full, timeless splendor. With texts by the photographer, captions by specialist Mohamed Megahed , and chapter introductions from scholars in the field, King Tut.
The Journey through the Underworld puts much-debated mysteries to rest. The learned yet accessible forewords come from distinguished Egyptologists including Salima Ikram and David P.
The photographer Sandro Vannini started his career as a photographer in , and today lives and works between Italy and Egypt. Hoover which chronicles the mischievous adventures of King Tut, now an immortal eighth-grader living in Washington, D.
King Tut used to rule Egypt. Now he's stuck in Middle School. Even worse, evil General Horemheb, the man who killed Tut's father and whom Tut imprisoned in a tomb for three thousand years, is out and after him.
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