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Paperback The Seventh Scroll Book

ISBN: 0312287569

ISBN13: 9780312287566

The Seventh Scroll

(Book #2 in the Ancient Egypt Series)

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For four thousand years, the lavish crypt of the Pharoah Mamose has never been found-- until the beautiful Egyptologist Royan Al Simma finds a tantalizing clue to its location in the Seventh Scroll, a cryptic document written by the slave Taita. But the location of the crypt and its treasure is a secret others would kill to possess. Only one step ahead of assassins, Royan runs for her life and into the arms of the only man she can trust, Sir Nicholas...

Customer Reviews

6 ratings

wilbur smith is s good writer

ordered the book Sept.1/19 but have not received the book yet so I cannot give a positive review

Fun read

Wilbur Smith's characters are purely fictional, and this is just a fun, fun read. This is the second book in the series, but I recommend reading River God and Warlock first (also very good), THEN reading Seventh Scroll as it takes place "present day" and the previous two books will give you the "historical" background for Seventh Scroll. If you liked the pure, simple fun of Indiana Jones, you will enjoy this book. Absolutely could not put it down towards the end!

Just Amazing!!

HI there!! I just want to recommend this book and River God since they are my favorites. Mr. Smtih is such a writing genius! He describes every single thing in such a perfect way that allows you to imagine every single detail of the landscapes. Besides, The story is incredible. It's a mixture of suspense, action, adventure, that keeps the reader in the edge of his seat through out the whole book. I would definetely recommend this book for the Egypt lovers such as me and those who are looknig an entertaining book. Just read God River first so that you become very well acquainted with the characters and the lecture of the Seventh Scroll is easier to understand. I hope You'll enjoy this book as much as i did ( i read both books 5 times each) kisses

This is a worthy Sequel to "River God"

I am a huge Wilbur Smith fan. "River God" is the best novel I have ever read. Be sure you read "River God" before you read "Seventh Scroll". If you like "River God" and "Seventh Scroll" you will probably also love "The Sunbird". It is very similar in theme and is its own sequel in the fashion of "River God" and "Seventh Scroll". If you have read all the Wilbur Smith books like I have, you'll yearn for more, but it takes him years to come up with a new book these days. You might look at "Churchill's Gold" by James Follett after you have read all of Mr. Smith's books. It is very similar in style and quality to most of the Courtney series.

This is a Sequel?

I was shopping at a garage sale when I say a battered copy of a book called the "Seventh Scroll". It looked a bit interesting so I decided to buy it. (It was only $0.50 anyway.) I took it home and began reading it. I was ingrossed. I read it in less than a week. (I had full time school and part time work at the time. I could only read at night.) I would go to bed at 8:00 and stay up and read till midnight to 3:00. This book isn't for the weak of stomach. Wilbur A. Smith has a way of making every death into a wonderfully grousome tale. He deffinatly used his imagination on this. I finished reading it and recommended it to my mother who also greatly enjoyed it. Through out the whole book there was mention to another book called "River God". But I wasn't sure if it was a real book or a made up book for the purpose of the story. It turns out that it was the first book. I had read and understood the whole book "Seventh Scroll" without even reading "River God". (I have bought a copy of "River God" and can't wait to start reading it.) Even if you don't want to read "River God" you can really get into this book. Read it!

Very entertaining

I first read the river god and then the seventh scroll. I enjoyed both of these books very much. After reading the River God I could barely wait for the second book to be released. I am interested in Ancient Egypt and am always looking for good books fact or fiction. Someone told me Wilbur Smith was writing a third book to follow The Seventh Scroll. I suggest both these books to readers of all kinds. If anyone can give me any informaion on this or any other good books I would appreciate it. Thanks Gayle
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