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The Age of Ra by James Lovegrove
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Dec 12, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: z-added-in-dec-2010, sci-fi-fantasy, z-read-in-dec-2010
Read in December, 2010

I have to say I was seriously impressed with the book. It was a bit slow and much confusing to start, but when I stopped worrying about feeling like I was missing something, it rolled in to a rather interesting story line.

Alternate time, the Eqyptian Pantheon has taken control of the world and divided it up. A few non-believers of Freegypt attempt to overthrow the Egyptian Gods. Various twists and turns. The book starts with the reader and the story smack in the middle of the new order, and doesn't backtrack to fill in. Like I said, initially confusing but once I just ignored it, the story really flowed. Also a second main plot line with the interactions of the Gods themselves. Kinda cool. I won't give it a straight 5 stars because of the confusion, but I did enjoy it.

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