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Reviewed by Ruffina Oserio for Readers' Favorite
What has a woman got to do with such power as only a Pharaoh can wield? I mean what has love even got to do with a Pharaoh's sacred duty? When the young Pharaoh Tutankhamun comes to power after the tragic demise of Akhenaton, Tut becomes the new ruler of the ancient and powerful land of Egypt. He is too young to shoulder the responsibilities that accompany his new role as the sacred leader of his people. He ascends to power at a time when the nation suffers from numerous internal problems and, as if this isn’t enough reason to make him tremble, he is smitten by a woman’s love and torn between chasing that love and wielding the sacred power entrusted to him. The choice he makes will blow the minds of readers. Tut Reborn by Cyci Cade is a compelling story of love, power, and betrayal; a tale that will grab the attention of readers and transport them to ancient Egypt.
In the tradition of Christian Jacq, the author weaves a yarn that combines history, myth, and popular lore into a gripping tale that will entertain readers. Cyci Cade seems to have done a lot of research and the work features very compelling characters. The reader’s attention is gripped from the very first pages as the narrator tells of the poisoning of the king. But there is a lot to look forward to in this engaging story apart from the powerful narrative points, the unexpected surprises, and the suspense that makes the reader want more. Tut Reborn is a story that lovers of Egyptology will savor with delight. I enjoyed this book immensely.