Highlander: The Captive Soul (Highlander)
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Highlander: The Captive Soul (Highlander - There Can Be Only One #9)

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In Captive Soul, published to tie-in with the fantasy adventure TV series Highlander, warrior Duncan McLeod and his friend Methos notice a particular sword on display in a NY museum. Methos recognises the weapon from his days in Ancient Egypt.
Paperback, 224 pages
Published August 1st 1998 by Aspect
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melydia
The Captive Soul by Josepha Sherman: I watched Highlander back when it was on and naturally my favorite character was Methos, the oldest living Immortal. He’s certainly the most interesting. Though the outer story is of MacLeod and Methos searching for a serial-killer Immortal who happens to be an old enemy of Methos, the majority of the book takes place in ancient Egypt during the reign of the Hyksos. So basically we have one of my favorite characters in one of my favorite historical time perio...more
Heather's Mum
The Captive Soul, written by Josepha Sherman, is the eighth Highlander novel. It focuses on Methos, not Duncan.

Immortal Methos had been a spy for the pharaohs inside the Hyksos royal house in Ancient Egypt. He meets and misses his chance to take the Immortal Prince Khyan's head.

The Prince is evil to the core and when he returns to modern New York to find his lost sword... he is killing all in his path.

Noah Soudrette
Nov 28, 2007 Noah Soudrette rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Highlander fans, Peter Wingfield lovers
Shelves: fantasy
A fun little Highlander tie in novel that focuses on the character of Methos. The story mostly takes place in ancient Egypt and is a really fun setting. A guilty pleasure.
Meghan
Jan 05, 2009 Meghan rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: only fans of the TV series
Shelves: fantasy
It filled an hour or so with mindless reading. Just like the show...
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Josepha Sherman was an American author, folklorist, and anthologist. In 1990 she won the Compton Crook Award for the novel The Shining Falcon.
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