I have read the book, and found it amazing. I have the utmost respect for Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett, with their thorough research, and not being swayed by the so called academics. At last some normality to the chronology of of ancient Egypt and the surrounding area. Why is it that for so long, the academics on this subject, follow eachother like sheep, with no sensible ideas. Now the truth is out, and using this book as a guide, history can now be researched without all the confusing muddled chronology. The book goes on to prove what I have always thought, and that is duplication of pharaohs under different names, and that the history of Egypt is not as old as has been made out in the past. No dark ages (as the academics use when they run out of ideas) either here, or anywhere else. If I have one fault with this book, it is not the writers, but the publishers. In one section, about 7 pages are repeated 10 pages futher on, and the phraseology throughout the book, with spelling mistakes and word ommisions makes it frustrating at times. The publisher is to blame for this by not proofreading and cutting corners, as the mistakes mentioned are glaringly obvious. However it didn't detract from what is a groundbreaking research into a very confused subject. I recommend this book highly to all who would like to know the answers to some important questions. (By the way I haven't forgot the important contribution of Grant Berkely, who wrote out the information on behalf of Wilson & Blackett.