Lord Of The Two Lands #3 The Horus Road: Lord Of The Two Lands #3 by Pauline GedgeLord Of The Two Lands #3 The Horus Road: Lord Of The Two Lands #3 by Pauline Gedge

Lord Of The Two Lands #3 The Horus Road: Lord Of The Two Lands #3

byPauline Gedge

Paperback | September 4, 2007

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The Horus Road is the riveting conclusion of Pauline Gedge's three-volume epic, the Lords of the Two Lands, which chronicles the courageous and often tragic struggle of the Tao Princes to free their country from the foreign rule of the Setiu king Apepa.

Ahmose vows to continue the struggle that has taken the life of his father and brother. It is up to him to devise a strategy to capture the Setiu capital, Het-Uart, in order to free Egypt once and for all. But the devious Apepa will stop at nothing, no matter how ruthless, to rob the Tao family of its chance for total victory. Military might alone will not be enough for Ahmose to breach the city's walls. He will need a miracle from Amun.

PAULINE GEDGE is the award-winning and bestselling author of thirteen previous novels, ten of which are inspired by Egyptian history. Her first, Child of the Morning, won the Alberta Search-for-a-New-Novelist Competition. In France, her second novel, The Eagle and the Raven, received the Jean Boujassy award from the Société des Gens de...
Title:Lord Of The Two Lands #3 The Horus Road: Lord Of The Two Lands #3Format:PaperbackDimensions:526 pages, 7.5 × 4.25 × 1.4 inPublished:September 4, 2007Publisher:Penguin CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0143167472

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from The end of an era. *Spoilers* Final in the Lords of the Three Lands trilogy, and I'm glad it's finally come to an end. The last of the Taos, Ahmose, finally unifies Egypt and drives out the Hykos usurper Apepi. Unfortunately he lost his sister in the process, she had become the wife of Apepi and fallen in love with him. The fall of the usurper is just that. A fall. Apepi falls, breaks his leg, the wound goes septic, and he dies. The end. A little bit of an ignoble end for a man who was such a power figure in the trilogy. But all in all I think it ended well. Not a series I would read again anytime soon, too dry for me, but otherwise good.
Date published: 2011-11-27