I, the Sun

  • by Janet Morris
  • Narrated by Chistopher Crosby Morris
  • 24 hrs and 33 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

From palace coups in the lost city of Hattusas to treachery in the Egyptian court of Tutankhamun, that is the world of I, the Sun. This is the saga of the Hittite King Suppiluliumas, and rings with authenticity and the passion of a world that existed 1400 years before the birth of Christ.
They called him Great King, Favorite of the Storm God, the Valiant. He conquered more than forty nations and brought fear and war to the very doorstep of 18th Dynasty Egypt, but he could not conquer the one woman he truly loved.


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Eavesdropping on Ancient History

Where does I, the Sun rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

This audio book version is in the tippy tippy top of my audiobook list! This book takes a lot of time to get through and honestly, Christopher's voice is what makes this audiobook so great to me!

What did you like best about this story?

This is ancient history, as close to first hand as I can get! I had never dug into this time period and am now wanting to find more!

What does Chistopher Crosby Morris bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I am in love with a voice. THIS voice. Velvet soft, expressive, perfect pronunciations. Christopher's voice brings so much more to the story! His pauses and phrasing bring subtle nuances to the story that really do make it immensely better than just reading it!

If you could take any character from I, the Sun out to dinner, who would it be and why?

Kuwatna-ziti. He actually was my second most favored character in the book. I would find his story fascinating, as he was the one that witnessed how Tasmi grew into Suppiluliumas the great king! I see him as that uncle we all have that witness our failures and praise our triumphs. I bet he would have some epic stories of failures!

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- AppyGirl

Wonderfully Researched and Fantastic Performance.

What about Chistopher Crosby Morris’s performance did you like?

His voice is very rich and he adds perfect inflections of emotion into the performance.

Any additional comments?

This book is written like an autobiography of the Bronze Age Hittite king Suppiluliumas. Going in I knew absolutely nothing of the Hittites or much about the period. However, I, The Sun does not treat the reader as if they should know this time period and it keeps everything very clear to understand and follow.The first thing I realized with the book is Janet Morris's prose are outstanding. Seriously, this is one of the most well-crafted books I've ever read. The amount of research she did is also incredible. The novel is chopped full of little tiny details about everyday things that a person living in 1300 BC would have encountered. Normally I'd have expected an author that has done this much research to lay it on thick, causing the story to drag, but it never does.Christopher Morris' voice is wonderful for the role and he adds the perfect amount of emotion to his performance that adds to the whole experience.

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- Rev. Zombie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-09-2015
  • Publisher: Perseid Press