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Tales of the legendary Tomb of the Djinn fascinated Ky Farrar since a visit to the Egyptian Museum as a boy. The story of the star-crossed lovers and their battle to save ancient Egypt from the dark Djinn made him decide to become an archeologist. There's treasure-the great ruby called the Heart of the Gods, and the Horn of the Djinn, said to have summoned those creaturesTales of the legendary Tomb of the Djinn fascinated Ky Farrar since a visit to the Egyptian Museum as a boy. The story of the star-crossed lovers and their battle to save ancient Egypt from the dark Djinn made him decide to become an archeologist. There's treasure-the great ruby called the Heart of the Gods, and the Horn of the Djinn, said to have summoned those creatures to their doom-and of course a Guardian, chosen by the Gods themselves. A guardian Ky discovers is all too real, and closer than he expects. What's a man supposed to do when he meets a three-thousand-year-old mummy who's as lovely as she is lethal?...

Title : Heart of the Gods
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ISBN : 9781460988398
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 362 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Heart of the Gods Reviews

  • Paul Kater
    2018-09-09 04:39

    Heart of the Gods. The first book I read that mixed fantasy and ancient Egypt. And what a surprising read this made. Meet Ky Farrar, a man driven by a passion to learn about the Tomb of the Guardian that is hidden somewhere in the vastness of the Egyptian desert. A tomb that has been looked for by many and so far found by no one. Together with his team he ventures on a journey to locate the tomb. As a reward, he gets beaten up, shot at, and almost thrown out of the country. Meeting a mysterious woman who knows her way around the Egyptian culture is an extra reward. But who is this woman that steals Ky's heart?If you want to know more about tombs, Djinns, and the old Egyptian Gods, then this fast-paced book is definitely one you should not miss.

  • Lisa
    2018-09-08 02:44

    Almost as good as the first book in the series just a little slower getting started. The first 30% (read on a kindle) was missing the action that this author does so well but was necessary for the rest of the story. These books were the first I had read from this author but will most definitely not be the last!

  • Melissa
    2018-09-15 07:50

    Poorly written, with typos, run-on sentences, and not enough commas. A pity, too, as the plot seemed mildly intriguing. I got 14% of the way through.