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Reflections in the Nile4/5(1). After entering an ancient chamber on an archaeological dig, Cloe Kingsley is sent back in time to the year B.C.
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A first novel/5(3). Reflections In The Nile () About book: This turned out to be a time travel book (1st in a series). Chloe Kingsley is visiting her archaeologist sister in Egypt when she enters a forbidden chamber at the right time and place and wearing a special significant necklace.
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In my opinion, this is perfectly valid, since even though many things have changed since the ‘90s, many things haven’t. Reflections in the Nile by J. Suzanne Frank; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: History, Time travel, Fiction; Places: Egypt; People: Pharoah Hatshepsut.
Reflections has a good pace, and once in awhile there's a laugh-out-loud moment, but I couldn't warm up to the lead characters all that much. They were too busy snapping and gripping with each other and other people for me to care about them. For a better time-travel/romance, I highly recommend the Diana Gabaldon series/5(23).
Suzanne Frank is a newspaper and magazine journalist who has traveled extensively in Egypt, Greece, and Israel. A native of Texas, she lives in Dallas. She has written 4 novels under her own name and a short series of light mysteries under the name Chloe Green, which feature a fashionable sleuth named Dallas O'Connor/5.
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Reflections has a good pace, and once in awhile there's a laugh-out-loud moment, but I couldn't warm up to the lead characters all that much. They were too busy snapping and gripping with each other and other people for me to care about them.
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Reflections in the Nile. by J. Suzanne Frank. ebook. Read a sample Read a sample Description; Details; After entering an ancient chamber on an archaeological dig, Cloe Kingsley is sent back in time to the year B.C.
to the Egyptian court of Hatshepsut and into the body of a corrupt priestess, where she is now forced to face her new. This was the perfect reference book for our trip down the Nile.
It combined history, culture, and the authors personal experience. It started from the south and moved chronologically north down the Nile, just like our ship did.
At every area there was an explaination of what we were seeing from pharaonic time to present/5. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Reflections in the Nile at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(50).
Crossing 6th October Bridge, below which the Nile flows sluggishly around either side of Gezira Island, I looked down to see the bright green artificial-looking lawns of the sports club as we flew high above it. Our driver smoothly negotiated the wealthy suburbs of Dokki and before long we were on the wide Sharia al-Haram, the Pyramids Road.
This book is like an introductory sketch of the countries the Nile passes through. We are given history, geography and introduced to a few of the people who inhabit this region. Most of the people the author converses with are men as /5. Reflections in the Nile by Suzanne Frank,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
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This is the story of the first known mile "ride" fo the Blue Nile from the source to the Sea. I liked the book most due to the constant reflection of the leader,his perspective of the journey and reflections on an incredible set of experiences from hiking the world's highest peaks to riding the deadliest rapids/5.
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Answer the questions at right to get an even more accurate recommendation. Scenes from the ‘Book of Aker’ (the double-headed lion which symbolises the horizon) and the ‘Book of the Earth’ appear on the walls and the north wall also depicts Osiris as ‘Chief of the Westerners’.
An astronomical ceiling features the goddess Nut stretching across the heavens with the decans and constellations. J. Suzanne Frank is an American author, novelist and a former newspaper and magazine journalist.
A "third culture kid", she grew up in Europe, England, and the United States. She has traveled extensively in Egypt, Greece, and Israel for research.
She is a resident of Texas and lives in Dallas. She is the author of the history quartet: Reflections in the Nile, Shadows on the .Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bottrall, Ronald, Reflections on the Nile.
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