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Sun Child, Prince of Egypt
by René O'Deay   

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Historical Fiction

ISBN-10:  9780979049002 Type: 


Copyright:  Spring 2007

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Tales of King Tut
Tales of King Tut

An exciting debut by René O'Deay, full of magic, mystery and mayhem.

The adventures of Prince Tut on his way to the throne of Egypt, Book One in The Tales of King Tut.

   Sun Child, Prince of Egypt

Children of the KAP, they slip with ease through papyrus swamps hunting ducks and geese.

Sneaking up on a ritual hunt, they are caught in the act by an angry Hunter-King, the CoRegent and older brother of Prince Tut, leader of the Children.

The arrogant, but adored, brother, ventures on a mad search for forbidden Magic and is possessed by the dark forces that oppose the King.

While on a trip to the Pyramids, the young Prince and his crew on a chance lark catch the brother sneaking out to a midnight meeting and discover this treacherous plot.

The skulking figure of the jackal-headed Anubis ominously haunts their travels and is spotted at that secret meeting.

Surrounded by the Scorpion Guards of the CoRegent, the boys keep silent. They are Children of the KAP and the ‘Keepers of the Secrets of the King’, as well as the secrets of their leader, the Prince of Egypt, Tutankhaten, who at first cannot accept that his hero could actually be involved in treason.

Soon after, they return to Akhenaten’s City of the Sun, where the Prince opens his heart to his cousin the Queen, almost too late.... with tragic results.

“A gripping and vivid narrative...” from Egyptologist and scholar, Edmund Meltzer, PhD, teacher, mentor, researcher.                     
"I have seen yesterday, I know tomorrow."

Tutankhamen, from across the centuries.

"We must do all we can and then rely on the God," said Tut. (from Sun Child, Prince of Egypt)

Read an early version of Chapter One online.

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