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There’s some profanity in the book, but not a lot, and no obscenity that I can recall. There’s a complication, though.

I had the feeling that he was pushing at that boundary, especially considering he quite happily inserted himself into the text, by name, as a purported “expert”. This leads to some funny moments as the two main protagonists argue about just how accurate Wilbur Smith was in the first book; one of them goes so far as to dismiss Mr Smith as a hack wi,bur who changes the historical record in order to include more sex and violence.

Open Preview See a Problem? It is about the archaeological quest and discovery of the lost Pharaohs Mamose’s tomb.

Most of the setting is modern-day Ethiopia where the two main characters search for the tomb and treasure told about in River God River Godthe first book of the trilogy. I’d read one of his other books previously, Warlock: His books are now translated into twenty-six languages and have sold over million copies.

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Sometimes it just becomes overwhelming – too many people are tortured, injured or killed carelessly for my tastes. A highlight is when he makes the historical accuracy of the first book in this series a topic of ongoing debate throughout this book. However, I don’t think it’s actually necessary to have read the previous book, unless you are interested in the fictional historical references about the places they’re visiting and the items they’re looking for.


Er zijn zeer geloofwaardige en boeiende personages, goed en eervol of helemaal slecht. There are very believable and engaging characters, good and honorable or totally evil. It’s a twisted loop whereby an author actually negatively critques his own work Paperbackpages. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I wasn’t enthralled like everyone else seems to have been, the whole story seemed a little lame.

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It was one of my favorite books last year and I’ve not been able to stock recommending it. The author does another intriguing thing in this book. As for historical accuracy Thanks for telling us about the problem. Wilbur Smith is the bestselling author of many novels, each meticulously researched on his numerous expeditions worldwide. The seventh scroll provides clues to Mamose’s Ethiopian resting place, with its treasures. Still, it was cute when they’d refer to The River God in this book and complain how Wilbur Smith changed too many things, etc.

What we got to wilbug through before is now seen through the eyes of history, includin “The Seventh Scroll”, by Wilbur Smith is the follow-up to “River God”, one of the best historical novels I have read in a very long time.

This book, I felt, was completely full of ridiculous ideas. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. All in all, I don’t think I would read his books as opposed to Clive Cussler’s. More twists and turns than the tunnels of a hidden tomb. Net geen vier sterren. He also provides convincing characters, a well-constructed plot, and realistic sometimes wryly humorous dialogue.

By smitu time I muddled through to the end I just wanted them to find the treasure and be done already. I papio strongly about this.

In fact, this book has put me entirely off reading, which rarely happens. If it’s interesting and holds my attention I’m pretty forgiving about a lot of things that might annoy another reader. I’m not a prude but it just seemed like the pervy fantasies of a sad old man. As the second book of Wilbur Smith’s Ancient Egypt trilogy, this book was smirh disappointing. For me, that wouldn’t be so bad if it was obvious from the start that it was an overblown and obviously fictitious idea of what’s possible; I’ve read enough fantasy to cope with worlds based on reality but in which things are performed that wouldn’t be possible within the real world.


I love multiple Points of View, but I’m of the opinion that the POV change needs to happen at a chapter break, or at least a section break within a chapter.

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Lists with This Book. In Seventh Scroll, we see an archeologist and an adventurer trying their best to decipher the scrolls of slave Taita. Leuk is dat de schrijver zijn eigen persoon en het verhaal van Vallei der koningen een rol geeft in het verhaal.

But while Nicholas, like Royan, wants himself and her to be first at the tomb, and is ethical enough unlike their competition to not hurt any innocents –and chivalrous enough to protect Royan as gallantly as she could wish– he has ambitions to add the find to HIS collection. To see what your friends thought of this book, please smuth up.

There really is a lot of sex and violence in Wilbur Smith’s books. Crazyforbooks added it Mar 28, Nothing better than an archaeological hunt for treasure. Thanks for telling us about the problem.