Reflections in the Nile



GENRE

TIME PERIOD

  • Ancient Egypt
  • 1980's-1990's
  • 20th Century

CLASSIFICATION


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One moment, Chloe Kingsley, a Dallas artist vacationing in Egypt, is standing in an inner room of the legendary temple at Karnak; the next she is caught up in a vortex of energy and hurled through the centuries. Suddenly she finds herself clothed in a diaphanous gown, covered in someone else's blood, and called RaEmhetepet, a priestess serving the cow-headed goddess HatHor.

Chloe Kingsley has entered a world as filled with mystery and dark secrets as the shadows of approaching night. The year in 1452 B.C.E. The pharaoh is a woman. Almighty Hatshepsut is fighting her nephew Thutmosis III for her throne while building a secret tomb in the eastern desert. And Chloe is bit by bit discovering the shocking truths about the extraordinary woman whose body she inhabits and the Sisterhood that claims her complete obedience.

Along with Cheftu, a brilliant young physician sent to attend her and who slowly wins her trust, she faces treachery, treason and an upheaval destined to change the future of humankind. From plagues that plunge a nation into chaos, culminating in a night of consummate terror in which the firstborn of Egypt will die, to the flight of a group of slaves into the desert, Chloe and Cheftu will face choices of morality and courage that will determine their destinies. Their inner journey is ageless, their ultimate goal universal -- the quest of the human heart to find its true domain, a love that nothing can diminish, not armies, not death, nor the endless unraveling of fate....
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