eBook The Ka epub

by Mary Deal

eBook The Ka epub
  • ISBN: 0595388876
  • Author: Mary Deal
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Inc. (May 10, 2006)
  • Pages: 410 pages
  • ePUB size: 1441 kb
  • FB2 size 1118 kb
  • Formats doc txt rtf mobi


The Ka is a book for all tastes.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Mary Deal has presented the reader with clear visions of life and love in the courts of ancient Egypt through all the senses. It is a tangled web of archaeology,intrigue, love and magic woven throughout this book. The Ka is a book for all tastes. This beautifully craft novel contains history, science, mysticism, mystery, intrigue, humor and romance in a neat package which is not just entertaining but challenges your mind and your imagination. It tells of the joining of minds and bodies of two lovers in an ancient world with two lovers in a modern world.

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29 December 2019 at 08:59. to begin with, it's now a huge volume, but very readable. The author clearly knows her subject and provides a vivid and detailed portrait of the tombs and pyramids of ancient Egypt, along with the stories, the tragedies and cruelties, and the betrayals. If you wish to join the fun, don't forget to follow. I will also be sharing books by other authors.

Mary Deal, not only a great writer, but the dearest friend I have ever found, who got my writing career started. If you love anything to do about Egypt, then this is the book to read.

Mary Deal resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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California archaeology student Chione Ini-Herit has vivid dreams about the discovery of an opulent tomb. After learning that Chiones dreams are playing out in Egypt, the founder of the California Institute of Archaeology accepts an offer to examine a mysterious site in Valley of the Queens. When they discover a tomb, things begin to unravel.

Magical spells encoded into the hieroglyphs on the tombs walls transport Chione and her former boyfriend, fellow archaeologist Aaron Ashby, back 3,500 years to ancient Egypt. Even stranger, Aaron and Chione begin to morph into Tutankhamon and Tauret, a priestess in Pharaohs Court, after learning that Tauret coded the magical spells into the hieroglyphs to keep her and Pharaoh irrevocably joined in the afterlife.

When other team members speak the spells aloud, they, too, are affected in unfathomable ways by the Ka, the spirit of the entombed person. Chione and Aaron learn that Tauret has conjured powerful spells to provide Tutankhamon with a living heir, and Tauret has chosen Chione and Aaron to complete her destiny

Comments: (7)
Saintrius
To be completely honest, I never considered myself to be a fan of ancient Egypt and the known myths of mommies and that kind of stuff. However, I don’t let those things to keep me from reading this book, and I’m glad that I was wrong.
While searching for clues about some unexplained dreams, Chione convinces her ex-boyfriend, archeologist Aaron to explore an ancient burial, unknown to them, an unseen force teleports them 3000 years to the past, to the time they had been exploring the most, ancient Egypt.
Famous names and figures appears in this story and the plot is nothing like you were expecting, the twists left in awe every time I turn a page, shock after shock, this book is mesmerizing.
If you are worried you might not understand a thing or two, don’t worry, the writing and certain clues and details are occasionally detected here and there for you to not lose or miss anything that might happen, this is an excellent take of mommies and archeology, don’t miss this opportunity to learn a few new things!
SmEsH
This action packed story about an archeology student named Chione was interesting to read. Especially with the recent discovery of a new hidden chamber in one of the pyramids, this story becomes almost fiction. Almost, if not for the time travel part. Chione is compelled to travel to the valley of the queens in Egypt after she starts having recurring dreams about an undiscovered tomb. Together with the founder of her Institute and her archeologist ex-boyfriend Aaron, Chione discovers that her dreams about this tomb may not have been just happenstance. Transported back in time, Chione and Aaron have to figure out a way to return to their own time and escape being used by Tauret for his own nefarious purpose.
An engaging story, it has been some time that an author has been able to grip and mystify me in such a fun and intriguing way. The story was original; it did not feel as if I was rehashing some other story with new characters. The writing was good and I did not find any major errors that jarred me out of the story.
Blackbeard
The KA

Mary Deal

Reviewed by Author Roy Murry

Pyramid, Pharaohs, and Paranormal, the three Ps of this novel set in mysterious Egypt. Moreover, the writings are on the wall.

Chione has a gut feeling and dreams that lead her and a California archeologist team to the land of the Pharaohs to what is called a "Find," the business of digging up the graves of the ancient wealth. Each step of the way into "The Dig," she receives extrasensory perceptions and cryptids that lead to events that most may not believe.

Her friend/lover is also on the dig and shows up in what Chione perceives of two ancients' union. The ending of those relationships leaves the reader with the thought of what will come next.

During the dig, strange events happen which unravel. People die, go missing, and fall in love. What is learned from digging up graves? Nothing but much, the mystery behind a world that hasn't changed in centuries was nice to dabble into through Ms. Deals prose.

The detail in Ms. Deals writing is worth the read if you care about Egypt and Paranormal events. I found the read a pleasant diversion from my usual readings.
Mr.Bean
With a little bit of history, a little bit of mysticism, and a lot of paranormal events, The Ka by Mary Deal is a great book for anyone interested in the Egyptian pyramids, tombs, Tutankhamon and more. The main character, California archaeology student Chione Ini-Herit is beginning to have vivid dreams about a special tomb. She travels to Egypt to explore more about these dreams, along with an archeology team, and comes face to face with the Valley of the Queens. She has no way of knowing she will soon be transported to ancient Egypt, along with her ex boyfriend. With well developed characters, a keen sense of history, and a fast moving plot, this is an exciting book especially for history buffs. While some of the detail may drag in places, the emphasis on the paranormal and exceptional depiction of visions and the mystical, makes this book a formidable entry into the paranormal/history genre. An interesting story that would fully support a sequel to see what the characters are up to next.
Natety
I debated with myself about the review rating I wanted to give to this book. But in the end it was such a good story I could not give it less than five stars. I loved the characters. I loved the story line. I loved the detail of the exploration and the minimal emphasis on the problems of financing an expedition of this magnitude. I loved the paranormal aspects of the story and how the emphasis on dreams and visions tied the entire story together. I too hope there will be a sequel. A little slow.
Whilingudw
I couldn't put this book down! I learned so many things about ancient Egypt that I never knew. Ms. Deal definitely did her research. Along with the actual facts, the story is steeped in magic, love, life, and the paranormal. There's lots of stuff going on, but, it flows easily and is just a pleasure to read. I enjoyed this book tremendously and didn't want it to end! The characters are sticking with me long after I have finished.
Gianni_Giant
This is a good story about the Egyptian valley of the queens and a team of archeologists who are set to discover something beyond the belief of anyone past or present. With one member who has visions and another who feels an attraction this is a fast paced twist of time and fate. This story spans the current and pulls members of the team into the past to become unwilling participants in an ancient ritual. The characters are well developed and the story is a great journey through ancient Egypt and the past kings. I love the pyramids and have always liked this type of story. I would recommend this one to anyone. It is a great journey through an ancient time and place.
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