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Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Fiction Adventure Sequel to Amazon Best Seller Mona Lisa's Secret. Where is ancient Egypt's last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artefact is stolen from his safe - one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers th Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Fiction Adventure Sequel to Amazon Best Seller Mona Lisa's Secret. Where is ancient Egypt's last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artefact is stolen from his safe - one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers that the dead man was his long-lost uncle, he travels with his girlfriend, Marie, and his friend Boyce, who works for the French intelligence, to Egypt, on a mission to find answers. But once they arrive, they are lured into a trap and become hostages to a crazed man and his gang of thieves. This is a man who will stop at nothing to discover what lies in the last secret chamber. All bets are off, and only the cleverest will survive this deadliest of adventures. In this elaborately plotted, fast-paced thriller, Phil Philips takes you on a roller-coaster ride through Egypt's most prized structures on the Giza plateau, to uncover a secret hidden for thousands of years ... Fans of Dan Brown, Wilbour Smith and Matthew Reilly will love Phil Philips Last Secret Chamber. ˃˃˃ 5 STAR READING!. ˃˃˃ Question: Who would I recommend this book to? Answer: To anyone who loves ancient Egypt, a history buff, an adventure junkie, and/or obsessed with history's greatest mysteries. ˃˃˃ Truly a "page turner." ˃˃˃ A SECRET KEPT HIDDEN IN THE SANDS OF TIME ... Scroll up and grab a copy today.


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Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Fiction Adventure Sequel to Amazon Best Seller Mona Lisa's Secret. Where is ancient Egypt's last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artefact is stolen from his safe - one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers th Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Fiction Adventure Sequel to Amazon Best Seller Mona Lisa's Secret. Where is ancient Egypt's last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artefact is stolen from his safe - one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers that the dead man was his long-lost uncle, he travels with his girlfriend, Marie, and his friend Boyce, who works for the French intelligence, to Egypt, on a mission to find answers. But once they arrive, they are lured into a trap and become hostages to a crazed man and his gang of thieves. This is a man who will stop at nothing to discover what lies in the last secret chamber. All bets are off, and only the cleverest will survive this deadliest of adventures. In this elaborately plotted, fast-paced thriller, Phil Philips takes you on a roller-coaster ride through Egypt's most prized structures on the Giza plateau, to uncover a secret hidden for thousands of years ... Fans of Dan Brown, Wilbour Smith and Matthew Reilly will love Phil Philips Last Secret Chamber. ˃˃˃ 5 STAR READING!. ˃˃˃ Question: Who would I recommend this book to? Answer: To anyone who loves ancient Egypt, a history buff, an adventure junkie, and/or obsessed with history's greatest mysteries. ˃˃˃ Truly a "page turner." ˃˃˃ A SECRET KEPT HIDDEN IN THE SANDS OF TIME ... Scroll up and grab a copy today.

30 review for Last Secret Chamber: Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Fiction Adventure: Sequel to Mona Lisa's Secret

  1. 4 out of 5

    Martin Eidhammer

    I received this book from the author, free of charge, with the expectation of a honest review. Having just finished this book I am a bit bewildered as to how to rate this book. Should I focus on -the fact that all the characters are one-dimentional, with only a slight touch of normal human feelings and reactions. E.g. they keep on cracking jokes no matter how dire situation they are in. -the author having borrowed elements from several other books and movies within the adventure genre. -the plot bei I received this book from the author, free of charge, with the expectation of a honest review. Having just finished this book I am a bit bewildered as to how to rate this book. Should I focus on -the fact that all the characters are one-dimentional, with only a slight touch of normal human feelings and reactions. E.g. they keep on cracking jokes no matter how dire situation they are in. -the author having borrowed elements from several other books and movies within the adventure genre. -the plot being fairly simple and predictable. or should I focus on the fact that, in spite of these shortcomings the books is entertaining as the author takes us along on a rollercoaster ride where he plays with the history of Egypt, adds in myths and tops it off with a dose of fantasy. While this book is nowhere near the league Dan Brown and Wilbur Smith plays in, it was ok and I don't feel I wasted my time. I will keep my eye on this author, as I think he has potential. The main characters Joey and Marie can easily be developed into more solid persons and I would love to see them in a future novel. This being said, no matter how I toss the dice, it does not show more than 3.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Beth

    A Stargate story! I'll have to read more of this Author's books! I really enjoyed this story and thought it was goodnight entertaining read. A Stargate story! I'll have to read more of this Author's books! I really enjoyed this story and thought it was goodnight entertaining read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Apurva Khadye

    The last secret chamber by Phil Philps, is a second in series of Joey Peruggia. I haven't read it's predecessor The Monalisa's secret but this one can be enjoyed as standalone as well. Joey, Marie, and Boyce go on Egyptian adventure soon they return from Paris. Here, they meet and bad guys who wants to discover secret of the last chamber hidden in the vast desert of Sahara. Author has done wonderful job in keeping us edge of our sit throughout the book. Plus it moves in fast pace as well. It remi The last secret chamber by Phil Philps, is a second in series of Joey Peruggia. I haven't read it's predecessor The Monalisa's secret but this one can be enjoyed as standalone as well. Joey, Marie, and Boyce go on Egyptian adventure soon they return from Paris. Here, they meet and bad guys who wants to discover secret of the last chamber hidden in the vast desert of Sahara. Author has done wonderful job in keeping us edge of our sit throughout the book. Plus it moves in fast pace as well. It reminds us of the Dan brown and Indiana Jones yet quite different from them. Plot is wonderfully outlined. Ambiance is great. However, characters are bit flat. They don't have their own personality they seem like a one person. Behaving in similar manners. Especially golden trio. Apart from that it's a wonderful read. I look forward to reading more from author.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Donadee's Corner

    Last Secret Chamber - Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Bk 2 - Written by Phil Philips Where is ancient Egypt’s last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? It’s all in the sand! When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artifact is stolen from his safe – one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers that the dead man was his long-lost uncle, he travels with his girlfriend, Marie, and his friend Boyce, who works for the Fr Last Secret Chamber - Ancient Egyptian Historical Mystery Bk 2 - Written by Phil Philips Where is ancient Egypt’s last secret chamber, and what is concealed within? It’s all in the sand! When an archaeologist is murdered in his Cairo apartment, an ancient artifact is stolen from his safe – one believed to hold the clue to the last secret chamber. When Joey Peruggia discovers that the dead man was his long-lost uncle, he travels with his girlfriend, Marie, and his friend Boyce, who works for the French intelligence, to Egypt, on a mission to find answers. But once they arrive, they are lured into a trap and become hostages to a crazed man and his gang of thieves. This is a man who will stop at nothing to discover what lies in the last secret chamber. All bets are off, and only the cleverest will survive this deadliest of adventures. What did I like? Well, the first book, Mona Lisa’s Secret was awesome but this one is over the top…. I could not put it down and read it in one sitting. I sure am losing lots of sleep with all the good books that I have received lately. I love Joey, Marie, and Boyce, they are my favorite historical mystery characters. What will you like? Mind-blowing, fantastic action, staggering plots, with amazing support characters that will have you hating and loving all at the same time. The details of the history and the supporting photo’s keep you right in the mix of the action. The historical data that comes with the story is extraordinary. The mind-boggling plotted storyline is fantastic. I just hope this is not the end of our awesome characters and the author has plenty more up his sleeves to share with us. I received this from the author for an honest review with no other compensation.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Karen

    This book has basically been my December reading. I thoroughly enjoyed it, as it is a tour-de-force of pyramids, secret chambers and Egyptian mystery history combined with a good dose of fiction. Also a different explanation of how man came to be here. Be prepared to be surprised. I love all the attention to detail with regards Tutankhamen's historic discovery and what happened to Queen Nefertiti. We saw the exhibition of Tutankhamen's discovery and riches when it was in South Africa on show a w This book has basically been my December reading. I thoroughly enjoyed it, as it is a tour-de-force of pyramids, secret chambers and Egyptian mystery history combined with a good dose of fiction. Also a different explanation of how man came to be here. Be prepared to be surprised. I love all the attention to detail with regards Tutankhamen's historic discovery and what happened to Queen Nefertiti. We saw the exhibition of Tutankhamen's discovery and riches when it was in South Africa on show a while back. I did not check any of the facts given in the book, but it definitely seems to be well researched. I was convinced. I felt like a tomb raider, on discovery with the main characters in Egypt. I did not read the first book by Phil Philips - Mona Lisa's Secret - which are being referenced in this book. I did not diminish the story-line in this book, and I could jump right in in this book. (I will go read the first book now). The characters could have been more developed, but maybe they were more multi-dimensional in the first book? I didn't care as I was reading, because I could not wait to see what was discovered with the next discovery in this book. I give this book a thumbs up for good solid escapism, while giving me more thought-provoking questions about the origin of man. Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this book by Phil Philips through Booktasters for an honest review. Thanks so much for the ride!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Christine Rose

    This book reminded me a bit two of my favorite movies. Indiana Jones and The Mummy. I loved the plot, the action and most importantly the Egyptian history with a little fiction. The story continues smoothly, with no plot holes, and explains enough to the reader so as to understand the importance of the findings and the history behind them. The puzzles are extremely well built and well thought. This book, wisely, includes pictures that catch the reader’s attention and helps us built a clearer men This book reminded me a bit two of my favorite movies. Indiana Jones and The Mummy. I loved the plot, the action and most importantly the Egyptian history with a little fiction. The story continues smoothly, with no plot holes, and explains enough to the reader so as to understand the importance of the findings and the history behind them. The puzzles are extremely well built and well thought. This book, wisely, includes pictures that catch the reader’s attention and helps us built a clearer mental image of the scene. As far as romance goes, I think the way Joey thinks and acts around Marie is adorable, the same goes for Marie. You can understand they’ve been through a lot together. Apart from the two, another character I loved was Boyce. He works with an intelligence service and he is quite smart and resourceful. A character I hated was Youssef, from the first time he was mentioned. His daddy issues run deep and make him the villain of this book. I got the chills every time they discovered some long lost treasure (even mythical treasures). It made me actually think of the repercussions on our real lives and on our society, findings such as these, would cause. I’m a fan of this book and I would recommend it to everyone that loves history, action, romance and some important surprises as the story progresses.

  7. 4 out of 5

    L. Facenna-Goss

    Last Secret Chamber is the sequel to Phil Philips’ Mona Lisa’s Secret. It follows the protagonist, Joey and his girlfriend, Marie as they travel to Egypt to discover the mysteries of the secret chamber. The mission however, isn’t as straightforward as they were initially led to believe. Joey and Marie once again find themselves battling against evil and greed to save their own lives and emerge victorious. Once again, the research that has gone in to constructing this novel is phenomenal. Philips’ Last Secret Chamber is the sequel to Phil Philips’ Mona Lisa’s Secret. It follows the protagonist, Joey and his girlfriend, Marie as they travel to Egypt to discover the mysteries of the secret chamber. The mission however, isn’t as straightforward as they were initially led to believe. Joey and Marie once again find themselves battling against evil and greed to save their own lives and emerge victorious. Once again, the research that has gone in to constructing this novel is phenomenal. Philips’ love for the ancient world shines through and his ability to seamlessly weave the modern with the ancient world is second to none. Characterisation does not falter within this second novel meaning that the readers are able to pick up exactly where they left off and are immediately thrown back in to Joey’s world. This world has been immaculately constructed, allowing the reader to picture each scene clearly without the need for long, descriptive passages that would take away from the fast paced nature of the storyline. I was initially wary of reading this book as I enjoyed Mona Lisa’s Secret enormously and wanted to end with that flavour but Last Secret Chamber matched it in all aspects. I would certainly recommend this book but I do suggest reading Mona Lisa’s Secret first as the initial knowledge was required to fully understand the plot and relationships

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ikomon Emmanuella

    I got this book from the author via Booktasters for an honest review. It was an educative read with alot of information. The book opens with a man held hostage by his partner, the partner is greedy and impatient, he wants more and can't wait to convince Benjamin. Benjamin, his girlfriend and Boyce are brought in to the scene. They travel to meet Youssef and the book unravels.... the Great Pyramid, treasures, artifacts, scrolls you name it.. the while nine yards of an Egyptian 'mummy' kinda thing I got this book from the author via Booktasters for an honest review. It was an educative read with alot of information. The book opens with a man held hostage by his partner, the partner is greedy and impatient, he wants more and can't wait to convince Benjamin. Benjamin, his girlfriend and Boyce are brought in to the scene. They travel to meet Youssef and the book unravels.... the Great Pyramid, treasures, artifacts, scrolls you name it.. the while nine yards of an Egyptian 'mummy' kinda thing. I sincerely loved the historical part, very much. The parties move into a different dimension and interact with other species whose language they didn't understand. Eventually, the get back to earth. For those interested in artifacts, archeology and history, this one is for you with a dash of romance to spice it up.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jane Blanchard

    After reading Phil Philips' Mona Lisa Secret, I couldn't wait to read the sequel, Last Secret Chamber.  This later novel is so crammed-full with puzzles, ancient mysteries, and theories about the human origin that I wanted the author to slow down the pace so I could enjoy it more fully. In my opinion, the author provided the solutions too quickly leaving me dissatisfied. I also felt that characters were underdeveloped and not in keeping with the first book, especially Joey who comes across more After reading Phil Philips' Mona Lisa Secret, I couldn't wait to read the sequel, Last Secret Chamber.  This later novel is so crammed-full with puzzles, ancient mysteries, and theories about the human origin that I wanted the author to slow down the pace so I could enjoy it more fully. In my opinion, the author provided the solutions too quickly leaving me dissatisfied. I also felt that characters were underdeveloped and not in keeping with the first book, especially Joey who comes across more as a buffoon than a hero. In spite of these objections, I enjoyed the read and recommend the book to those who enjoy Egyptian history, mysteries, and thrillers.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Brooklyn Tayla

    eCopy of this book provided by Book Tasters and the author in exchange for an honest review. Oh, I wanted to like this. I hoped that Joey would have grown up since the events of book one, would've treated Marie better. I mean he's not horrible towards her but there's a scene where he and Boyce poke fun at her appetite and it clearly bothers her and that's just not cool in my opinion! Also, I feel like this was just the same as book one, just a different antagonist and historical point of view. T eCopy of this book provided by Book Tasters and the author in exchange for an honest review. Oh, I wanted to like this. I hoped that Joey would have grown up since the events of book one, would've treated Marie better. I mean he's not horrible towards her but there's a scene where he and Boyce poke fun at her appetite and it clearly bothers her and that's just not cool in my opinion! Also, I feel like this was just the same as book one, just a different antagonist and historical point of view. The writing just kind of stays at the same level and didn't keep me hanging or even caring what happened to Joey or Boyce- too many close calls become predictable.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Kirk Rydberg

    I admit to not reading the first book in this series before this one. But that is ok. This book, while referring to the first book a few times, stands on its own. And it is good! Just enough historical facts to make everything believable. Characters are likable and develop nicely through the pages of the story. You get a very good feel for each of the three main characters as the book progresses (reading the first in the series would have helped explain any holes or questions the reader may have I admit to not reading the first book in this series before this one. But that is ok. This book, while referring to the first book a few times, stands on its own. And it is good! Just enough historical facts to make everything believable. Characters are likable and develop nicely through the pages of the story. You get a very good feel for each of the three main characters as the book progresses (reading the first in the series would have helped explain any holes or questions the reader may have). Thoroughly enjoyed this and look forward to reading the other two books in the series...so far.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sadia Afroj

    To be honest, I finished the book quicker than many other books I read before. I must say the author knows how to raise and keep up the excitement throughout a whole book. I didn't even know I had been holding a breathe until I finished. And I must, thank the author for the pictorial references as well as the maps. These were extremely helpful to understand things better. Worth reading if you want to have a thrilling journey to a different world ahead! (Sorry for the little spoiler..couldn't hel To be honest, I finished the book quicker than many other books I read before. I must say the author knows how to raise and keep up the excitement throughout a whole book. I didn't even know I had been holding a breathe until I finished. And I must, thank the author for the pictorial references as well as the maps. These were extremely helpful to understand things better. Worth reading if you want to have a thrilling journey to a different world ahead! (Sorry for the little spoiler..couldn't help..)

  13. 5 out of 5

    Subhajit Das

    I loved this book and the thrill of the story. The way the incident has taken places in the pages of the book, left me amazed and jaw dropping. A definitely recommendable book to them who love to read ancient Egyptian History and thriller. I was deeply engrossed with this book. Definitely recommendable.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Terrytracy Watts

    Reading books in the middle of a series generally cause problems to some readers. It did for me ,because I feel like I missed something. So I got a off my high horse and went back and read book one. It’s like reading Harry Potter book four . You know you have to go back. Moving along, I love this series,partly because of the and the graphics. These help me to enjoy the books more. The interaction between the lead characters is a nice touch. I could see Scott Brick narrating this book.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Michele

    Number of stars 5 out of 5 I love the mystery, romance, drama, and I love the ancient Egypt history. This book will take you back in time and keep you guessing till the end of the book. I really do love this book and I do recommend this book to anyone who love history/mystery/drama.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Thato Mahlatsane

    The last secret chamber, it's a fascinating and mind-blowing book that will give goosebumps while you read on, as much as it is fiction but you'll be able to relate to the current situation and make you wonder what really lies above in the universe. Great book and worthy of reading if you are intrigued about life and where it all began. The last secret chamber, it's a fascinating and mind-blowing book that will give goosebumps while you read on, as much as it is fiction but you'll be able to relate to the current situation and make you wonder what really lies above in the universe. Great book and worthy of reading if you are intrigued about life and where it all began.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ferda Ak

    If you like Dan Brown's books,you'll like this one too. As you follow the adventure,you learn so much about the ancient Egyptian culture,and the pyramids. There are illustrations and photographs which help you picture the places and artifacts. A very nice thriller. If you like Dan Brown's books,you'll like this one too. As you follow the adventure,you learn so much about the ancient Egyptian culture,and the pyramids. There are illustrations and photographs which help you picture the places and artifacts. A very nice thriller.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ellen White

    Youseff was now impatient after two years, he now wants the key in the safe. Benjamin and him had been friends for ages. If he hadn’t needed the money his rich friend had, he would have done it alone. Now he had the possession, and the look of greed and hate, wanting the limelight,and the end of a friend. For Joey it was his long lost uncle. Joey, Marie his girlfriend,and Boyce a friend go to Egypt, looking for answers. Then they are lured into a trap as you go thru the wonders of Egypt. Great h Youseff was now impatient after two years, he now wants the key in the safe. Benjamin and him had been friends for ages. If he hadn’t needed the money his rich friend had, he would have done it alone. Now he had the possession, and the look of greed and hate, wanting the limelight,and the end of a friend. For Joey it was his long lost uncle. Joey, Marie his girlfriend,and Boyce a friend go to Egypt, looking for answers. Then they are lured into a trap as you go thru the wonders of Egypt. Great history, plot and characters. Enjoyable series, that keeps one interested to the end.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kathy

    Excellent adventure fun and secrets

  20. 5 out of 5

    Carla

    Murder leads to discovery When Joey's uncle is killed, another journey of the three friends begins. Who killed Uncle Ben? What will they find at the Cairo Museum? Will they escape to see another day? Just when one problem is resolved, another takes it place. Murder leads to discovery When Joey's uncle is killed, another journey of the three friends begins. Who killed Uncle Ben? What will they find at the Cairo Museum? Will they escape to see another day? Just when one problem is resolved, another takes it place.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Dave

    Fast paced adventure Many likenesses to Indiana Jones stories. Fun read and completely outrageous in it's story. Linked to it's predessor with many references to that storyline Fast paced adventure Many likenesses to Indiana Jones stories. Fun read and completely outrageous in it's story. Linked to it's predessor with many references to that storyline

  22. 5 out of 5

    Ruchika

    Couldn’t keep the book down. Great historical mystery, takes you on a quest into the world of pyramids and hidden treasure. If you like your mysteries served with a slice of Egyptian magic, this is the book for you.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jaye E. Frazier

    Secrets A look into the secrets of the pyramids, and treasures. And the plight of tomb raiders. It also gives you a glimpse at different worlds and civilizations and their effect on our world.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lonnie Milholland

    Entertaining This was a fascinating story. Fast paced, just like the Mona Lisa book. Keeps you going. Joey, Marie, & Boyce head to Egypt to meet Joey’s uncle. It gets a little crazy after that. Indiana Jones kind of crazy. Looking forward to the next adventure

  25. 4 out of 5

    pamela boseman

    Last secret chamber What a exciting read. The characters were very entertaining. The book was very fast paced. I could hardly put it down can't wait to read more from the author. Last secret chamber What a exciting read. The characters were very entertaining. The book was very fast paced. I could hardly put it down can't wait to read more from the author.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne T. Miller

    Both Joey Peruggia novels are fast pace, and thought provoking! Combo of the Indiana Jones movies, and Dan Brown novels! Couldn't put these books down !! Please Mr Philips, more of this series Both Joey Peruggia novels are fast pace, and thought provoking! Combo of the Indiana Jones movies, and Dan Brown novels! Couldn't put these books down !! Please Mr Philips, more of this series

  27. 4 out of 5

    Rosemary

    The Last Secret Chamber - a review by Rosemary Kenny Joey Perrugia travels to Egypt with his girlfriend, art connoisseur Marie and pal Boyce, following the murder of his Uncle Terry and the 'inheritance' of Terry's quest for the Last Secret Chamber, that supposedly reveals the whereabouts of a fabulous hidden treasure. When Marie is kidnapped and held hostage for information and assistance in locating the treasure, Joey's in turmoil. Can he find the vital clue and recover the treasure, or has he lo The Last Secret Chamber - a review by Rosemary Kenny Joey Perrugia travels to Egypt with his girlfriend, art connoisseur Marie and pal Boyce, following the murder of his Uncle Terry and the 'inheritance' of Terry's quest for the Last Secret Chamber, that supposedly reveals the whereabouts of a fabulous hidden treasure. When Marie is kidnapped and held hostage for information and assistance in locating the treasure, Joey's in turmoil. Can he find the vital clue and recover the treasure, or has he lost Marie for ever? What secrets do Tutankhamen's death mask and the Sphinx reveal? What do Joey and the others find in the chamber? How do they use this information - and with what result? What happens at the Museum of Cairo? Where is the secret relating to St Mark uncovered? Who else is involved in the ancient mystery? This book is a 5 star winner for fans of Stargate and Dan Brown's books, although everyone who reads it will be enthralled, as I was. Don't delay, get your copy today!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael Mardel

    Last secret chamber by Philips. I was given a copy for an honest review. At first, I was checking to see if I had read this story before and/or had done a review. But no, it was the same characters from 'Mona Lisa's secret'. Joey, Marie and Boyce endure an inordinate amount of conflict. Held at gunpoint, they are forced to find this last chamber and Joey is shot in the leg which adds to his troubles. We learn a lot about Egyptian history and Philips regales the reader with out of this world imag Last secret chamber by Philips. I was given a copy for an honest review. At first, I was checking to see if I had read this story before and/or had done a review. But no, it was the same characters from 'Mona Lisa's secret'. Joey, Marie and Boyce endure an inordinate amount of conflict. Held at gunpoint, they are forced to find this last chamber and Joey is shot in the leg which adds to his troubles. We learn a lot about Egyptian history and Philips regales the reader with out of this world imaginings. Add a touch of romance to Joey's perfect setting. A page turner at the end.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Beverlee Henderson

    OMG! This book is awesome. You are in for a treat. I read this book in one sitting. Couldn't put it down. Great story, great characters. OMG! This book is awesome. You are in for a treat. I read this book in one sitting. Couldn't put it down. Great story, great characters.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Patricia A Spring

    Fast paced action/adventure story The story is fast paced and interesting, my only issue with it was it seems like Boyce is too young and only partially trained for his job with a foreign intelligence service and Joey also seems rather unprepared for the adventure. When the three arrived at Stonehenge they should have been half dead, needing a hospital, not able to travel to Cairo but other than each character taking turns being terrified but able to joke and fool around, it was an enjoyable read Fast paced action/adventure story The story is fast paced and interesting, my only issue with it was it seems like Boyce is too young and only partially trained for his job with a foreign intelligence service and Joey also seems rather unprepared for the adventure. When the three arrived at Stonehenge they should have been half dead, needing a hospital, not able to travel to Cairo but other than each character taking turns being terrified but able to joke and fool around, it was an enjoyable read.

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