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This is a hard freview for me to write. I listened to this book days ago, and just tried to think about it so that I said everything correctly, I didn't want any confusion. This book was not what I expected. I was really slotted to read about some ancient mummy, and hat is not what I got.
This book is very spiritual, and it is more about revelations, awakenings, and finding oneself. The setting is so spot on I would have to guess that Pita has visited Egypt, or spent a lot of quality time in a museum or two checking out the Egyptian exhibits. Her character, Mary, goes through significant changes upon her arrival in the cradle of Civilization. You walk the path beside her, experiencing everything she does, and I'd like to think growing along with her too. There is some romance, and that's ok. That is really not my flavor of stuff, I prefer guns blazing and swords slicing, but it didn't beat me over the head and it was enjoyable.
Doubling up as narrator as well was a good idea. Pita is Mary. She lays everything out vocally, and holds nothing back. She is almost playing Mary as herself, because it is so believable. I don't know if she has narrated before, but she could do someone else's work justice. Maybe a good side job for her.
Anyway, this book is deep, emotional, spiritual, and waiting for you to listen.
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Would you listen to The Spirit of Imhotep again? Why?
Loved his story would recommend this book to others to read you will love it also has wonderful narration loved the pitch and tones in the narrations voice keeps you very interested.
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