EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq


  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 409
  • Le fils de la lumière
  • Christian Jacq
  • Italian
  • 11 June 2020
  • 9788804430308

Christian Jacq Æ 3 review

review Le fils de la lumière × eBook or Kindle ePUB Randissimo faraone il figlio della luce che portò all'apogeo la gloria del suo paesee ne diffuse la sapienza Christian Jac esperto di eg. Although this book isn t as half awful as its seuels it s still pretty damn awful Maybe the author isn t to blame it could be just a case of poor translation into English which explains its flat prose and cringingly bad dialogue If not I m amazed at how Jac is able to get these books published His history s pretty much on the money I won t deny I learned uite a lot about Ancient Egypt just from reading these novels but in that case maybe the guy a respected Egyptologist I later found out should just stick to a non fiction about the life of Pharaoh Ramesses the Great I m sure it would have made for eually enjoyable reading A lot of the scenes lack the emotional depth that should come with writing Jac seems to think describing religious rituals and stocktaking what was in a genuine ancient Egyptian granary makes up for the virtually non existent sense of life in the time of Pharaoh SetiA lot of the characters are two dimensional and never get the chance to develop at all through the story With maybe the exception of Iset the Fair I couldn t develop any sense of empathy with any of the characters That s probably the main problem for me with this book I noticed later in the series that conflicts a lot of them nothing than cartoonish villains plotting away for 60% of the books became circular and extremely repetitive I m looking back on this series in retrospect but when you compare works like this to Jac s other novels it s not difficult to see he keeps rehashing them same material over and overI give this book 2 stars partly because I adore Ancient Egypt whatever the uality of writing and also because the novel makes for very light almost unconscious reading for those days when you need to pass a few hours in the backseat of a car Casos De Direito Galáctico E Outros Textos Esquecidos reading these novels but in that case maybe the guy a Tales of the Unquiet Gods respected Egyptologist I later found out should just stick to a non fiction about the life of Pharaoh Ramesses the Great I m sure it would have made for eually enjoyable Heart Attack reading A lot of the scenes lack the emotional depth that should come with writing Jac seems to think describing Timekeepers How the World Became Obsessed With Time religious The Blue Hour rituals and stocktaking what was in a genuine ancient Egyptian granary makes up for the virtually non existent sense of life in the time of Pharaoh SetiA lot of the characters are two dimensional and never get the chance to develop at all through the story With maybe the exception of Iset the Fair I couldn t develop any sense of empathy with any of the characters That s probably the main problem for me with this book I noticed later in the series that conflicts a lot of them nothing than cartoonish villains plotting away for 60% of the books became circular and extremely SQLアンチパターン repetitive I m looking back on this series in The Stone Carnation retrospect but when you compare works like this to Jac s other novels it s not difficult to see he keeps American Goth (Goode-Grace #1) rehashing them same material over and overI give this book 2 stars partly because I adore Ancient Egypt whatever the uality of writing and also because the novel makes for very light almost unconscious Further Problems with Pleasure reading for those days when you need to pass a few hours in the backseat of a car

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review Le fils de la lumière × eBook or Kindle ePUB Prima puntata della saga di Ramses l'avvenimento letterario dell'anno una serie che ha venduto oltre tre milioni di copie La storia del g. I was in middle school when i bought this book and read it in the same day In fact i read the entire collection that day from early morning to late evening 12 hours of nonstop reading and i didn t regret one second of it It was a miracle that they translated it into Romanian because honestly speaking i don t get on well with French and French doesn t get on well with meI haven t reread this book since then but to my 12 13 year old brain this book and the others from the Ramses Series was a masterpiece OK i do admit of having a weak spot for any type of book which focuses on Egypt but Ramses the Great has been a favorite of mine since the beginning The characters were well constructed and had a certain magic of their own the plot kept me with my eyes nearly glued to the paper until i was sure the ink would probably remain stamped on my eyeballs the details the world construction and the amount of research into that period made me gain a very big dose of respect for this author and this book I was dead tired but kept on reading and sometimes rereading several pages that i liked most I loved the characters lived the story along with them experienced their emotions and made me as a reader feel completely engrossed in it In my opinion this is one of the essential reuirements for a well written book And this series didn t fail me in this aspect True it probably won t make me feel exactly the same now after all these years if i pick it up again and start rereading it since i have read a looot and broadened my horizons but this don t change that i absolutely adored everything about these books I laughed with the characters i cried with them and otherwise experienced everything in those hours while i read the books They might not seem so epic to other people but to me they have been the reason i later on picked up every book i spotted or managed to put my hand on and read it with the same zeal and devotion All in all the Ramses series is a must on my list and on my bookshelves Definably unforgettable after all this yearsI know a lot of people won t share my enthusiasm and love for these books but it s one person s point of view i for one adore anything Egyptian and i do admit my review might have been slightly or so influenced by this But it is still a big favorite and i recommend it to anybody who shares my passion for Egypt and the times of old

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review Le fils de la lumière × eBook or Kindle ePUB Ittologia trasferisce nelle storie costruite attorno a personaggi realmente vissuti le scoperte venute alla luce con gli studi più recen. A few mixed feelings about this book the first in a five part series chronicling the life of one of the great Egyptian Pharaohs For starters it s an exceptionally easy read It s been translated from the French in a very simplistic style even so than the translations of Valerio Massimo Manfredi which makes flying through the pages pretty effortlessUnfortunately this simple style is also the book s downfall It s an extremely straightforward and rather shallow novel occupied with telling rather than showing A group of half a dozen characters interact in various ways and so the story plods on without changing in pace or tone at any point in the story There s no action no tension just endless here and now moments in the lives of those involvedOn the plus side the book does bring to life the Egyptian era I loved Jac s simple uncluttered descriptions of life in this age and there s a real wealth of detail waiting to be discovered here The characters although fairly transparent are also interesting to read about Ahmeni the loyal scribe Moses the man with strange ideas Iset the Fair and the sinister scheming Shanaar Ramses himself is a uite engaging chap tooHistorical accuracy isn t always important here Homer appears in the story even though he lived approximately 400 years after the events described here It s of a what if scenario I guess either that or the dates were sketchy in the twenty years since this book was researchedSo I was left with an odd mix of feelings after this I felt really let down by the ending which just abruptly cuts off without tying up any of the plot threads many of which have been building up since the book s opening forcing you to go on to the next book to find out what happens A cliffhanger I could understand but this isn t that just a cleaver s chop as if the five books were written in one whole narrative and then randomly separatedThe text is enjoyable enough to read and I liked the descriptions and the elements of Egyptian society I learnt about There s some treachery and conspiracy stuff going on in the background which also kept me reading even if it is over egged But the book is far from a great there are too many flaws here for that


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    read · eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Christian Jacq Christian Jacq Æ 3 review EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq Le Fils de la Lumière The Son of The Light Ramses #1 Christian Jac The Ramses Series The story of the greatest Pharaoh in historyThe Son of Light 1995The Temple of a Million Years Formerly published as The Eternal Temple 1995The Battle of Kadesh 1996The Lady of Abu Simbel 1996Under the Western Acacia 1997Each volume encompasses o

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq free read Le fils de la lumière This is one of the worst books I've ever read People eating croissants and calling on the police in ancient Egypt is bad enough but the black and white portrayal of the characters and the stilted writing though that may have been bad translation I dunno killed the book completely

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    free read Le fils de la lumière Christian Jacq Æ 3 review EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq I was in middle school when i bought this book and read it in the same day In fact i read the entire collection that day from early morning to late evening 12 hours of nonstop reading and i didn't regret one second of it It was a miracle that they translated it into Romanian because honestly speaking i don't get

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq Christian Jacq Æ 3 review read · eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Christian Jacq Although this book isn't as half awful as its seuels it's still pretty damn awful Maybe the author isn't to blame; it could be just

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    read · eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Christian Jacq EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq I read this series in turkish when I was in high school and I remember it blew my mind Not only because I'm an Egypt fan but also it was written uite beautifully It was extremely engaging and I remember I couldn't put it down until t

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq read · eBook or Kindle ePUB Æ Christian Jacq free read Le fils de la lumière Don't' expect to learn much about the life of Ramesses II from this book it is full of historical speculations and mostly historically inaccurate

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq I can't even begin to remember where I heard about this book but boy am I glad that I did I was entranced by this novel which is about Ramses before he became king of Egypt It begins with the first time that Ramses meets his father the Pharoah of Egypt and Ramses is fourteen years old From then on Ramses is never sure if his father is training him to be the next Pharoah or whether his destiny might lie as something other than king

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    EBOOK or KINDLE (Le fils de la lumière) ☆ Christian Jacq A little slow I am unsure if I will bother ordering the next instalment in the series I feel I should to see if the pace picks up given the developments in the first novel I and maybe this is unfair to compare bu

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