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At the beginning of the 20th century, a young unknown pharaoh remained, beneath his golden mask, in the darkness of a tomb deep in the Valley of the Kings. His name was Tutankhamun. He had lain undisturbed for a thousand years until two men, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon, discovered the tomb and wrested him from obscurity in an attempt to solve his riddle. Christian Jac At the beginning of the 20th century, a young unknown pharaoh remained, beneath his golden mask, in the darkness of a tomb deep in the Valley of the Kings. His name was Tutankhamun. He had lain undisturbed for a thousand years until two men, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon, discovered the tomb and wrested him from obscurity in an attempt to solve his riddle. Christian Jacq tells the incredible true story of the strange curse of Tutankhamen which was to cause havoc among its unfortunate victims for the next half-century.


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At the beginning of the 20th century, a young unknown pharaoh remained, beneath his golden mask, in the darkness of a tomb deep in the Valley of the Kings. His name was Tutankhamun. He had lain undisturbed for a thousand years until two men, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon, discovered the tomb and wrested him from obscurity in an attempt to solve his riddle. Christian Jac At the beginning of the 20th century, a young unknown pharaoh remained, beneath his golden mask, in the darkness of a tomb deep in the Valley of the Kings. His name was Tutankhamun. He had lain undisturbed for a thousand years until two men, Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon, discovered the tomb and wrested him from obscurity in an attempt to solve his riddle. Christian Jacq tells the incredible true story of the strange curse of Tutankhamen which was to cause havoc among its unfortunate victims for the next half-century.

30 review for The Tutankhamun Affair

  1. 4 out of 5

    Joie de Livre

    The perfect historical book that didn't bore me for even a second and that I completely devoured page by page,chapter by chapter. The disadvantages of historical books are that they usually are big but slow and that they can info-dump and don't have really lively characters,plot or dialogue,but this book had all this and included witty remarks and speech. I felt like everything was happening right in front of my eyes and I was stunned by the beauty of the whole story and the writing. On another not The perfect historical book that didn't bore me for even a second and that I completely devoured page by page,chapter by chapter. The disadvantages of historical books are that they usually are big but slow and that they can info-dump and don't have really lively characters,plot or dialogue,but this book had all this and included witty remarks and speech. I felt like everything was happening right in front of my eyes and I was stunned by the beauty of the whole story and the writing. On another note,I was really saddened and disgusted by the way people treated a passionate genius who gave his soul to Egypt like Carter.I hope that Carter at least died happy and I'm glad that he fulfilled his dream. 5/5 stars!!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fearless

    Haftasonları gezmek bahanesiyle okuma zamanından calsada volta gec bitirmedim. Carter ve Carnarvon Kontu için bu mücadele ve azim, basarabileceklerinin farkında olmaları ve firavuna olan saygıları onları birleştiriyor. Ve bizim gözlerimizi yasartiyor. Hele sonlara doğru Carnarvon'bin ölümü, Cartera olan düşmanlık yüzünden onu linç etme girişimi gözlerimi yaşarttı. Tek istediği dürüstlük kazanç olmadan firavuna hak ettiği saygıyı ve özeni vermek olan birine bence gerçekten çok alçakça davranildi. H Haftasonları gezmek bahanesiyle okuma zamanından calsada volta gec bitirmedim. Carter ve Carnarvon Kontu için bu mücadele ve azim, basarabileceklerinin farkında olmaları ve firavuna olan saygıları onları birleştiriyor. Ve bizim gözlerimizi yasartiyor. Hele sonlara doğru Carnarvon'bin ölümü, Cartera olan düşmanlık yüzünden onu linç etme girişimi gözlerimi yaşarttı. Tek istediği dürüstlük kazanç olmadan firavuna hak ettiği saygıyı ve özeni vermek olan birine bence gerçekten çok alçakça davranildi. Her güzel şeyin bir sonu vardır ama bu kitabın sonu özellikle Carter için güzel ve huzur dolu bir dinlence oluyor.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Beautiful retelling of a forgotten hero. This book is written exactly how I imagined Carter to be. Absolutely splendid!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Barbara

    Simply delightful! I loved it to bits. Being an archaeologist I appreciated even more the descriptions about the excavation and the recording of artefacts. The details are amazing and offer a better understanding of the events which surrounded the discovery and early study of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Christian Jacq's books are always good but this one is mesmerizing. Simply delightful! I loved it to bits. Being an archaeologist I appreciated even more the descriptions about the excavation and the recording of artefacts. The details are amazing and offer a better understanding of the events which surrounded the discovery and early study of the tomb of Tutankhamun. Christian Jacq's books are always good but this one is mesmerizing.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Célina

    B O R E D. Even years later, I remember the boredom.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

    While there are facts in this book, Jacq seems to have filled out the information available with his own experiences as an Egyptologist and a Frenchman's romantic point of view. Far from detracting, it gives Howard Carter a soul that I doubt he had in real life. HC was definitely a thief as some proclaim him in this book; his butler revealed a false wall in his house filled with Ancient Egyptian artifacts. While there are facts in this book, Jacq seems to have filled out the information available with his own experiences as an Egyptologist and a Frenchman's romantic point of view. Far from detracting, it gives Howard Carter a soul that I doubt he had in real life. HC was definitely a thief as some proclaim him in this book; his butler revealed a false wall in his house filled with Ancient Egyptian artifacts.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Socrate

    În pofida rănilor, a primejdiilor ce o amenință, a droaiei de turiști care îl făceau pe Howard Carter să roșească, Valea Regilor și-a păstrat misterul intact. Cu fiecare dintre călătoriile mele îl simt tot mai intens. Aici, cum observa Champollion, vorbește glasul strămoșilor. Pentru a-l asculta, nu rareori i se întâmpla să stea închis într-un mormânt, îmbibându-se de texte și reprezentări al căror mesaj rămâne mereu esențial. La prima vedere, Valea Regilor, „marea preerie”, înseamnă țărmuri tăia În pofida rănilor, a primejdiilor ce o amenință, a droaiei de turiști care îl făceau pe Howard Carter să roșească, Valea Regilor și-a păstrat misterul intact. Cu fiecare dintre călătoriile mele îl simt tot mai intens. Aici, cum observa Champollion, vorbește glasul strămoșilor. Pentru a-l asculta, nu rareori i se întâmpla să stea închis într-un mormânt, îmbibându-se de texte și reprezentări al căror mesaj rămâne mereu esențial. La prima vedere, Valea Regilor, „marea preerie”, înseamnă țărmuri tăiate cu precizie, piatră arsă de soare, o insulă de stâncă aridă, cu desăvârșire lipsită de vegetație. O primă vedere, prea sumară însă. Superficialul, ca și efemerul nu-și găsesc locul aici; persistă, în schimb, ceva din spiritul faraonilor celor trei dinastii ale Noului Regat. Tot aici se găsesc și sălașele de pe urmă ale celor care i-au slujit cu credință: vreun mare preot, un vizir, un argat sau o doică, fără a uita de câini, maimuțe, ibiși, mumificați cu toții, după tradiție, având asupra lor cele de trebuință pentru călătoria în lumea de dincolo. Doar mormintele faraonilor sunt împodobite și au pereții acoperiți cu texte. În timpul unicei sale călătorii în Egipt, la scurtă vreme după ce descifrase hieroglifele, Champollion a înțeles caracterul spiritual al puterii monarhice a faraonului și rolul esențial pe care Valea Regilor îl avea în păstrarea acestuia, dincolo de moarte și de timp: În timpul vieții sale, asemenea soarelui în mersul său de la răsărit la apus, regele trebuia să fie dătătorul de viața și lumina al Egiptului, izvorul tuturor îndestulărilor materiale și morale de trebuință locuitorilor săi. Mort, faraonul a fost, prin urmare, comparat cu soarele la asfințit, coborând spre întunecata Emisfera Sudica, pe care trebuia să o parcurgă pentru a renaște apoi la răsărit și a readuce lumina și viața în lumea de sus (în care trăim), tot astfel cum regele defunct avea și el a renaște, fie pentru a-și urma reîncarnările, fie pentru a rămâne să trăiască în ceruri și a se contopi cu Amon, Părintele Universal. (scrisoare din 26 mai 1829)

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laurie

    Le livre était très lent. Je pensais qu'il allait surtout se concentrer seulement sur Toutankhamon et sa découverte, alors qu'à la moitié du livre, on ne l'a toujours pas trouvé... On suit Howard Carter (cet homme même qui a découvert Toutankhamon dans la vraie vie !) depuis ses 17 ans jusqu'à ses plus de 50 quand il découvre enfin le tombeau du Pharaon, ce qui provoque les longueurs. En vérité, on ne parle pas seulement de l'affaire Toutankhamon, mais de la vie de Howard Carter et ses péripétie Le livre était très lent. Je pensais qu'il allait surtout se concentrer seulement sur Toutankhamon et sa découverte, alors qu'à la moitié du livre, on ne l'a toujours pas trouvé... On suit Howard Carter (cet homme même qui a découvert Toutankhamon dans la vraie vie !) depuis ses 17 ans jusqu'à ses plus de 50 quand il découvre enfin le tombeau du Pharaon, ce qui provoque les longueurs. En vérité, on ne parle pas seulement de l'affaire Toutankhamon, mais de la vie de Howard Carter et ses péripéties jusqu'à ce qu'il trouve enfin le Pharaon. Néanmoins, comme Christian Jacq est égyptologue, l'histoire est très fiable et je ne peux que l'apprécier !

  9. 5 out of 5

    Megan

    I always enjoy seeing Egypt through the eyes of Christian Jacq. I've said before how much I wish I could read his works in their native French. A translation can easily detract from the feel of a novel, and there were a few times in this book where I paused; thrown by a word choice or sentence structure. I maintain that the translation style of Mary Feeney in Jacq's Ramses series was superior, despite a few anachronistic idioms here and there, but The Tutankhamun Affair read well overall. To be I always enjoy seeing Egypt through the eyes of Christian Jacq. I've said before how much I wish I could read his works in their native French. A translation can easily detract from the feel of a novel, and there were a few times in this book where I paused; thrown by a word choice or sentence structure. I maintain that the translation style of Mary Feeney in Jacq's Ramses series was superior, despite a few anachronistic idioms here and there, but The Tutankhamun Affair read well overall. To be fair, it's hard to go wrong when you put me and Egypt together.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Virginia Abreu marques

    Um escrita maçuda e errática, muitas vezes difícil de acompanhar e entender.... 2 estrelas pela temática e pesquisa exaustiva do autor. Não recomendo....

  11. 4 out of 5

    mdl

    https://www.nationalgeographic.fr/his... https://www.nationalgeographic.fr/his...

  12. 4 out of 5

    Czarny Pies

    Je donne quatre étoiles a ce roman malgré le fait que je suis convaincu qu'il est bourré de mensonges, omissions et exaggérations. C'est que j'adore l'art Egyptien. En plus des nombreuses visites aux salles d'art egyptien au Louvre, British Museum et Metropolitan Art Museum, j'ai assisté aux deux expositions importantes sur Toutankhamon qui ont lieu dans les quarantes dernières années. Ce roman m'a donne des excellents souvenirs de mes heures passées dans les musées et les salles d'exposition. S Je donne quatre étoiles a ce roman malgré le fait que je suis convaincu qu'il est bourré de mensonges, omissions et exaggérations. C'est que j'adore l'art Egyptien. En plus des nombreuses visites aux salles d'art egyptien au Louvre, British Museum et Metropolitan Art Museum, j'ai assisté aux deux expositions importantes sur Toutankhamon qui ont lieu dans les quarantes dernières années. Ce roman m'a donne des excellents souvenirs de mes heures passées dans les musées et les salles d'exposition. Surtout, il m'a fait revivre ma visite à l'exposition de 2009 organisée par National Geographic ou le guide audio narré par Harrison Ford a carrément comparé Howard Carter à Indiana Jones. L'affaire Toutankhamon a pour thème la grande passion d'Egypte qu'a vecu Carter qui a découvet le tombeau et Lord Carnavon qui a fourni les fonds pour ses recherches pendant plus que quinze ans. L'auteur admire ouvertement les deux hommes. Il livre un récit fascinant sur les efforts de trouver le tombeau et leurs relations personnelles. En plus, il y a une analyse subtile sur la société et politique Egyptienne entre 1880 et 1935. Les conclusions et les jugements de Jacq me semblement tres douteuses à bien des endroits. Il donne un portrait très negative des Egyptiens qui selon lui voyaientt dans les tresors de Toutankhoman seulement des objets à vendre et qui n'avaient aucum respect pour leurs qualités artistiques et spirituelles. Aussi, il y a des places ou Jacq raconte des évenéments qui semblent etre des inventions incongrues. Par exemple, Jacq raconte qu'a Carter avait l'intention pendant une certaine periode de se convertir à l'Islam afin d'épouser une maitresse egyptienne. Plus tard, Carter tombe amoureux de la fille de Carnarvon et c'est seulement l'intervention d'un Carnarvon outré qui empeche les deux amoureux à se marier. J'ai bien du mal à croire que les deux événements ont vraiment eu lieu dans la vraie vie de Carter et j'aurai souhaité qu'ils n'ont pas été dans l'intrigue. Malgré mes reserves, le roman est passionant du debut à la fin et tres riches en details. Je reccommende ce roman fortement à tous ceux qui visité l'exposition sur Toutankhamon de National Geographic.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Aline

    Je viens tout juste d'achevée la lecture de ce magnifique ouvrage. Je ne sais pas comment dois-je le décrire.... C'est plus qu’un livre; à vrai dire, c'est une collection des souvenirs et aventures de Mr. Howard Carter, un simple peintre anglais qui s'est retrouvé en Egypte par coup de chance et qui par la suite y est resté toute sa vie à la poursuite d'un pharaon oublié, devenant ainsi le plus célèbre archéologue de tout les temps. Cet homme qui a vécu en Egypte depuis l'age de 18 ans en travaill Je viens tout juste d'achevée la lecture de ce magnifique ouvrage. Je ne sais pas comment dois-je le décrire.... C'est plus qu’un livre; à vrai dire, c'est une collection des souvenirs et aventures de Mr. Howard Carter, un simple peintre anglais qui s'est retrouvé en Egypte par coup de chance et qui par la suite y est resté toute sa vie à la poursuite d'un pharaon oublié, devenant ainsi le plus célèbre archéologue de tout les temps. Cet homme qui a vécu en Egypte depuis l'age de 18 ans en travaillant comme peintre aux sites de Luxure au compte des différents archéologues. Pendant se temps, il a acquit des connaissances en matière d'archéologie mais c'est seulement son intelligence qui l'a guidé vers de nouveaux horizons et lui a permis d'appliquer de nouvelles méthodes en archéologie. "Toutankhamon", ce glorieux pharaon dans sa dynastie mais qui est peu connu et nul trace de son règne ou même de sa tombe ne figurent dans les archives des musés de Caire ou au service des antiquités. Mais cela n'a guère affaibli l'esprit et le courage de Howard, car avec l'aide d'un comte anglais, il a pu maintenir son rêve en vie. Des années de travail sans relâche et d'énormes efforts employés à la recherche d'une tombe que personne ne savait si vraiment elle existait; mais Howard, était certain qu'elle existait. Il a formé une équipe solide et compétente qui obéissait à chaque ordre et qui n'a pas cédé un jour à croire à son chef. Après plusieurs déceptions et plusieurs obstacles, ils ont parvenu à dénicher les premières traces de cette tombe bien dissimulée. Et quelle découverte!. c'était la dernière tombe découverte à la vallée des rois et la première tombe inviolée avec un seau intact. Dieu à récompensé Howard et a couronné des années de recherche avec cette découverte. On parle jusqu'à nos jours des trésors et des objets précieux que contenait la tombe de Toutankhamon. Un récit magnifique des événements établi par mon préféré "Christian Jacq" un autre chef-Oeuvre, chaque ouvrage est meilleur que le précédent. Merci pour tes efforts, t'es le meilleur <3 J’espère avoir bien résumé ce merveilleux livre et d'avoir été utile en fournissant quelques informations pour les futurs lecteurs. *Belkadi Fatiha*.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Sylia Baraka

    que dire sur ce livre ? comme c'est le premier livre sur la mythologie égyptienne que j'ai lu.. encore plus que cela la découverte d'un tombeau intacte dans une période ou la vallée des rois n'avaient plus rien a donner plus rien a délivrer de si "secret" . Dans ce livre on apprend a connaitre un certain Howard Carter, la naissance de sa passion et son amour inconsidéré pour son travail, l’égyptologie, la vallée ou un certain petit prince devenu grand roi y réside encore, jusqu'à ce qu'il a décou que dire sur ce livre ? comme c'est le premier livre sur la mythologie égyptienne que j'ai lu.. encore plus que cela la découverte d'un tombeau intacte dans une période ou la vallée des rois n'avaient plus rien a donner plus rien a délivrer de si "secret" . Dans ce livre on apprend a connaitre un certain Howard Carter, la naissance de sa passion et son amour inconsidéré pour son travail, l’égyptologie, la vallée ou un certain petit prince devenu grand roi y réside encore, jusqu'à ce qu'il a découvre. Mais a quel prix, tant de sacrifices, tant d'heures passées a scruter toutes les possibilités. Dans cette vie on vous laissera jamais tranquille, le fait que vous soyez passionnée dérangera toujours quelqu'un. vivez pour votre passion et ils seront la pour vous arrêtez pour vous l'enlever, Howard Carter a du a faire a des gens les plus vils et les plus médiocre que l’humanité a donné naissance. Mais malgré cela il y avait eu quelque uns qui ont su le comprendre et l'aider dans sa tache jusqu'à son lit de mort. Un livre, une histoire, une vie... La vie de Howard Carter mérite d’être connu de tous et Cristian Jacq narre si bien son aventure.

  15. 5 out of 5

    I.M.BookMeIn

    I had the pleasure to go on this delightful journey. Traveling in time through books is my favourite hobby. I enjoyed this well written book with a "spiritually romantic" touch. Once you're on board you're guaranteed a beautiful adventure. I had moments when I was completely charmed, nervous, excited and even as angry and infuriated as H. Carter. Sometimes, the circumstances of a discovery are equally important. This is definitely one of them. It's worth noting however that Christian Jacq has com I had the pleasure to go on this delightful journey. Traveling in time through books is my favourite hobby. I enjoyed this well written book with a "spiritually romantic" touch. Once you're on board you're guaranteed a beautiful adventure. I had moments when I was completely charmed, nervous, excited and even as angry and infuriated as H. Carter. Sometimes, the circumstances of a discovery are equally important. This is definitely one of them. It's worth noting however that Christian Jacq has completely taken the side of HC and is telling the events from this position. Therefore, a complementary fact check is always needed in order to be more "historically objective".

  16. 4 out of 5

    byAx

    Scoprendo Tuta Il romanzo tratta un evento storico di impareggiabile interesse, che l'autore è riuscito solo parzialmente a suscitare; ha smarrito un po' il senso della scoperta, togliendo al lettore proprio quel legame che avrebbe dovuto tenerlo abbracciato alle pagine. Da leggere per farsi un quadro degli avvenimenti che hanno portato alla scoperta del faraone più famoso di tutti i tempi, non tanto per riviverne il fascino. Scoprendo Tuta Il romanzo tratta un evento storico di impareggiabile interesse, che l'autore è riuscito solo parzialmente a suscitare; ha smarrito un po' il senso della scoperta, togliendo al lettore proprio quel legame che avrebbe dovuto tenerlo abbracciato alle pagine. Da leggere per farsi un quadro degli avvenimenti che hanno portato alla scoperta del faraone più famoso di tutti i tempi, non tanto per riviverne il fascino.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    I really enjoyed this exciting lead-up (albeit a translation)to the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, even though I knew what was going to happen! It was intriguing to take on board a positive perspective of Howard Carter, who is portrayed as an almost spiritual, non-materialistic "Egyptophile", unlike so many uncomplimentary accounts of his adventures in the Valley of the Kings, where he is depicted as a ruthless gold-digging (literally!)treasure-hunter. Now I just have to go to Egypt! I really enjoyed this exciting lead-up (albeit a translation)to the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb, even though I knew what was going to happen! It was intriguing to take on board a positive perspective of Howard Carter, who is portrayed as an almost spiritual, non-materialistic "Egyptophile", unlike so many uncomplimentary accounts of his adventures in the Valley of the Kings, where he is depicted as a ruthless gold-digging (literally!)treasure-hunter. Now I just have to go to Egypt!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Werehare

    3/10 Come ho già scritto in altre occasioni, se il Jacq saggista è piacevole e - per quel poco che me ne intendo io - esaustivo il Jacq scrittore di narrativa è atroce. Questo romanzo ha l'unico pregio di trattare di argomenti affascinanti e di raccontare una storia che è pur sempre cultura personale, ma tutto il resto a cominciare dallo stile è abominevole. 3/10 Come ho già scritto in altre occasioni, se il Jacq saggista è piacevole e - per quel poco che me ne intendo io - esaustivo il Jacq scrittore di narrativa è atroce. Questo romanzo ha l'unico pregio di trattare di argomenti affascinanti e di raccontare una storia che è pur sempre cultura personale, ma tutto il resto a cominciare dallo stile è abominevole.

  19. 5 out of 5

    silvia

    ao fim de cem paginas desisti deste livro. Gosto muito de literara historica e sou fascinada pelo egipto por isso pensei que fosse gostar deste livro. Contudo o estilo literario de Christian jacq é demasiado maçudo, esteril e artificial. Não me seduziu nada.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Angel Serrano

    Howard Carter tuvo una obsesión: descubrir y proteger la momia de Tutankhamon en el Valle de los Reyes, junto a Luxor en el alto Egipto. Este libro narra su epopeya, acompañada de la inestable situación de un país en busca de su independencia.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Aurélie Knit & Read

    On dira ce qu'on voudra sur Christian Jacq, qu'il écrit pour le grand public, qu'il prend trop de libertés avec la réalité historique, etc... Il est surtout un très grand conteur, et je n'ai pas pu lâcher ce livre avant de l'avoir fini. On dira ce qu'on voudra sur Christian Jacq, qu'il écrit pour le grand public, qu'il prend trop de libertés avec la réalité historique, etc... Il est surtout un très grand conteur, et je n'ai pas pu lâcher ce livre avant de l'avoir fini.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Henna

    Excellent book if you have visited Luxor and Valley of the Kings! I wish I had read this before my trip..

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jayne

    I love Christian jacqs books as his egyptian facts are all correct. Sometimes the english translation has not been done well. This is one of the good ones.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenna

    Che dire? Un libro molto interessante, da leggere assolutamente prima di partire per un bel viaggio in Egitto (che purtroppo non farò mai 3 ) o se si è particolarmente attratti dall'egittologia :) Che dire? Un libro molto interessante, da leggere assolutamente prima di partire per un bel viaggio in Egitto (che purtroppo non farò mai 3 ) o se si è particolarmente attratti dall'egittologia :)

  25. 4 out of 5

    Olga

    Kokonaisuudessaan ihan ok. Liian monessa kohtaa eteni tosi hitaasti. Kiinnostavia faktoja. Hyvin kuvailtu, kun usein tuli ihan ärsytys niitä ihmisiä kohtaan.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Suvi

    I think I like his novels set in ancient Egypt more but I enjoyed this one too. The finding of Tutankhamun is one of the most exciting things in egyptology.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nickie

    Lu et partagé il y a longtemps. J'en ai gardé un beau souvenir d'une histoire humaine, de l'envie que Toutankhamon ne meure pas, même si on connait l'Histoire avec h majuscule! Lu et partagé il y a longtemps. J'en ai gardé un beau souvenir d'une histoire humaine, de l'envie que Toutankhamon ne meure pas, même si on connait l'Histoire avec h majuscule!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Terri M.

    Exciting to a point, but after the discovery of Tut's tomb, which you know has to happen, the novel really drags without much fulfillment in the end. Exciting to a point, but after the discovery of Tut's tomb, which you know has to happen, the novel really drags without much fulfillment in the end.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Leighah

    Yeah gave a good insight into Carter and Canarvon.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Aurore

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