But it's not really needed. Above all else, with The Horus Road, Gedge's Lord of the Two Lands trilogy becomes the sweeping epic I felt it would be in The Hippopotamus Marsh.
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Pauline Gedge has been always amazing story teller. Very impressed with Pauline Gedge's vision of this troubled period in Egypt's history
Pauline Gedge has been always amazing story teller. Her "Horus Road" is another chapter to never forgotten history of Egyptian kings fighting foreign invaders - Hyksos, known in a book as Setiu. Horus Road" is the third and the final book in this epoch describing struggle of ancient Tao house to establish the glory of independent Egypt and their anointed Pharaohs. Very impressed with Pauline Gedge's vision of this troubled period in Egypt's history. Both characterization and scene setting are sensitive and, I believe, very authentic.
Pauline Gedge (born December 11, 1945) is a Canadian novelist best known for her historical fiction novels, including the best-selling Child of the Morning, The . The Horus Road: Lords of the Two Lands, Volume Three (2000). The King's Man trilogy: The Twice Born (2007).
Pauline Gedge (born December 11, 1945) is a Canadian novelist best known for her historical fiction novels, including the best-selling Child of the Morning, The Eagle and the Raven, her fantasy novel Stargate, and her Egyptian trilogies, Lords of the Two Lands and The King’s Man. She also writes science fiction, fantasy and horror.
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.
Gedge’s Lords of the Two Lands trilogy sweeps to completion in this final volume. Her prose is spare and graceful and she can make the menu of a royal meal as compelling as an epic battle scene. Pauline’s notes on the Lords trilogy.
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From Publishers Weekly: Chronicling the struggle between Egypt's native kings and the foreign Setiu rulers during the 12th dynasty, Gedge's Lords of the Two Lands trilogy sweeps to completion in this hefty final volume (following The Hippopotamus March and The Oasis).
Vol. III of Lords of the Two Lands. Like its predecessors, it’s essentially a tale of warlords: The tyrannical Pharaoh Apepa, whose Hyksos dynasty has occupied Egypt for 200 years, faces a mutiny of the Egyptian armies led by Ahmose, the youngest son of the fallen hero Prince Seqenenra Tao.
Gedge, Pauline, 1945– The Horus road, Pauline Gedge. Lords of the two lands ; v. 3). Originally publ. 1. DURING THE REMAINING DAYS of mourning for Kamose, Aahmes-nefertari saw little of her husband. Toronto : Viking, 2000. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN 978-0-14-316747-1. Ahmose I, King of Egypt-Fiction. 2. Egypt-History-To 332 . She had expected the solemnity of grief to finally descend on the household now that the rebellion had been put down, and it was true that peace of a kind embraced the family, but it was more a silent sigh of relief than a quiet tribute to her brother.