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Hatshepsut's Hideaway - Book 3 of Meredith Pink's Adventures in Egypt by [Deal, Fiona]
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4.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
Book 3 of 7 in Meredith Pink's Adventures in Egypt (7 Book Series)

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  • Print Length: 357 pages
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars 33 customer reviews
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An easy holiday read for anyone with an interest in ancient Egyptian history. Facts woven into fiction seamlessly, I especially like the local modern references.
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This is the 3rd book in a series that follows the adventures of Meredith (Merry to her friends!) whilst visiting present day Egypt. I was hooked from the first pages of book 1 and have been avidly following her adventures ever since. The story unfolds at a rate of knots with many twists along the way as we follow Merry around Egypt new and Egypt old. And nowhere is a lot older as we visit many of the world famous sites picking up a great deal of knowledge along the way. The author, Fiona Deal, has a real passion for her subject and expresses this passion with honesty, verve and a great deal of humour. I can't think of another series that I found as gripping! My fear is that Ms Deal has tied up the loose ends so well that Merry may not be seen again. I hope I'm wrong - I'm already experiencing withdrawal symptoms. The revelation towards the end is original and entirely plausible. Has Ms Deal solved a mystery that has puzzled archaeologists for decades?
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This is the third book in what I hope will turn into a series of books. The first three seem to stand as a trilogy, and you'd definitely need to have read the first two, rather than launch straight into this one. In Hatshepsut's Hideaway we follow Merry and Adam on another madcap adventure around Egypt's amazing historical sites. This time the adventure includes a Nile cruise. I really enjoyed this part of the story and the escapades that take place along the way. The pace of this third book is perhaps slightly slower than the first two ? I liked this as it allowed time for the relationship between Merry and Adam to develop. As ever with these books, there's plenty happening and some interesting characters along the way. As one of the characters says, Merry has a quite amazing ability to be on the spot when ancient discoveries are to me made. I guess without this there wouldn't be a story, and I liked the way the author weaves the past into her modern stories. As with the others, this is an escapist read, an enjoyable romp of a book. That said, the historical side seems well researched and adds enough depth for those interested in Egypt and its fascinating history. For those giving Egypt a miss as a holiday destination at the moment, I'd definitely say these books can take you there in your imagination. The author seems to have a love of Egypt and its people, past and present, that comes to life on the page. In Hatshepsut's Hideaway all the loose ends seem to have been pretty well tied up, but there's a suggestion of more stories to come in the last line of the book. I hope so.
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This is the third book in what I hope will turn into a series of books. The first three seem to stand as a trilogy, and you'd definitely need to have read the first two, rather than launch straight into this one. In Hatshepsut's Hideaway we follow Merry and Adam on another madcap adventure around Egypt's amazing historical sites. This time the adventure includes a Nile cruise. I really enjoyed this part of the story and the escapades that take place along the way. The pace of this third book is perhaps slightly slower than the first two ? I liked this as it allowed time for the relationship between Merry and Adam to develop. As ever with these books, there's plenty happening and some interesting characters along the way. As one of the characters says, Merry has a quite amazing ability to be on the spot when ancient discoveries are to me made. I guess without this there wouldn't be a story, and I liked the way the author weaves the past into her modern stories. As with the others, this is an escapist read, an enjoyable romp of a book. That said, the historical side seems well researched and adds enough depth for those interested in Egypt and its fascinating history. For those giving Egypt a miss as a holiday destination at the moment, I'd definitely say these books can take you there in your imagination. The author seems to have a love of Egypt and its people, past and present, that comes to life on the page. In Hatshepsut's Hideaway all the loose ends seem to have been pretty well tied up, but there's a suggestion of more stories to come in the last line of the book. I hope so.
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I have just finished reading Hatshepsut's Hideaway which I thoroughly enjoyed. It is another really well written story, full of intrigue, following the further adventures of Meredith and Adam, with a few more characters added for good measure. I particularly liked the 'know it all' Eleanor, with the 'unco-ordinated dress sense'. They are, of course, still being pursued by the dastardly Hussein. The former close friendship of the adventurous pair, blossoms into a real love affair, as the plot unfolds. Ms. Deal certainly knows how to weave a good story, along with her truly amzing knowledge of ancient Egypt, which I so enjoy. It is well constructed and combines the present political situation in Egypt, along with the incredible historic details of almost 4,000 years ago.
So, the question is ... Will there be further adventures amongst the tombs with Meredith and Adam ? I do hope so - Ms. Deal's books are a great read and I highly recommend them.
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