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El séptimo papiro continúa la historia cautivante de Río Sagrado, anterior bestseller de Wilbur Smith. Es una magnífica aventura ambientada. Wilbur Smith ofrece una vez más una historia desbordante de suspenso, romance y To ask other readers questions about El séptimo papiro, please sign up. EL SEPTIMO PAPIRO (Los imperdibles) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Wilbur Smith, Daniel Zadunaisky: : Kindle-Shop.
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Debi Gelardi added it Aug 11, Alberto Godoy rated it really liked it Oct 02, Grab it and go The Seventh Scroll is Wilbur Smith’s 25th book and the second in appiro popular Egyptian series featuring the enigmatic slave Taita. What we got to live through before is now seen through the eyes of history, includin “The Seventh Scroll”, by Wilbur Smith is the follow-up to “River God”, one of the best historical novels I have read in a papito long time.
And then paapiro came a sort of sequel that I was not expecting: To view it, click here. This was a nice adventure book that I enjoyed immensely. In Seventh Scroll, we see an archeologist and an adventurer trying their best to decipher the scrolls of slave Taita.
Ik had dit boek als audioboek en het verhaal nam meer dan 27 uur in beslag. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Also, the random sex scenes seemed really unnecessary. Alles wordt goed uitgelegd. I’m not even sure where I got this book from – I think it might have been out of a bag eilbur books that my mom gave me.
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As it is, there is just so much repetition I just can’t take anymore. THis has plenty of adventure. Ancient Egypt 6 books. Most of the setting is modern-day Ethiopia where the two main characters search for the tomb and treasure told about in River God River Godthe first book of the trilogy. I’m not a prude but it just seemed like the pervy fantasies of a sad old man.
Dit verhaal speelt een paar duizend jaar later, in het heden van pakweg 25 jaar geleden. I also like the way that Smith teases himself as writing books full of “sex and violence” who takes liberties with history. It’s a good read, and starts well, but the middle smitn of the novel loses momentum and never quite picks it back up again.
Hell, Louise Ppiro is one of my absolutely favorite authors and her books stalk entire lineages, reference previous plots, and often require a flow chart. But after reading this book it’s put me off his works for life.
I was captivated by the character of the eunuch Taita.
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No need to buy it first, though. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I feel vaguely bad about doing wipbur, but I’m also not quite willing to go to three stars and say I liked it. This book is based on a previous book, which I hadn’t actually read.
But I think I’ll pass, for now at least.
View all 4 comments. The basic plot of the story is that a tomb found in Egypt reveals seven scrolls, the last scroll containing cryptic clues to the ssmith site of an anci By now, I have read this book about 4 times which tells you how much I loved it.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I probably won’t try any of the rest of the series, even though the first book in the series, River God, seems to get rave reviews. The pursuit of the truth and the treasure is immaculately portrayed, tantalising the reader like a set of hieroglyphs that are both beautiful in presentation, and mysterious in their translation. Leuk is dat de schrijver zijn eigen persoon en het verhaal van Vallei der koningen een rol geeft in het verhaal.
Wilbur Smith created wonderful characters, both lovable and detestable.
El séptimo papiro (La Saga Egipcia, #2) by Wilbur Smith
It was quite a struggle to get to the end considering half the book was in depth description of dam construction, so dull. In the opening novel of his Ancient Egypt series, River Godwhich I haven’t read veteran South African novelist Wilbur Smith depicts the fictional Pharaoh Mamose finding a temporary refuge, with some of his people, from the invading Hyskos in the silbur of Ethiopia’s Blue Nile –a region that’s wild and largely unexplored even in modern times.
His books are now smiith into twenty-six languages and have so Wilbur Smith is the bestselling author of many novels, each meticulously researched on his numerous expeditions worldwide.
Sometimes it just becomes overwhelming – too many people are tortured, injured or killed carelessly for my tastes. Quello che cerco in questo tipo di libri. TaitaDuraidRoana.
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