"An-ket has risen and is helping Julia -- ancient Egypt and England in 1848 -- and interesting combo"
The heroine is Julia Hanson, a brilliant young woman who is
a self-taught hieroglyphics expert. Unfortunately, in 1848
women are not allowed to do "men's work."
The hero is Dr. Simon Archer, a famed Egyptologist has been
corresponding with Julia. He believes that Julia must be
an much older woman to have her knowledge and when he meets
her, he quickly dismisses her. (Of course Simon is
responsible for 3 younger sisters and his mother and after
meeting them, the reader understands why he would feel that
Julia hides herself in the museum exhibiting Simon's
lastest discoveries. After a ligtning strike, the spirit
of the Egyptian princess An-ket is awakened. When you
read the book, the reader will find that there is reason
why An-ket has risen and is helping Julia.
If you like books involving ancient Egypt or England in
1848, this is a good book for you. I really enjoy the
character of An-ket.
Chris Roberts /August, 2000
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Posted June 7, 2002