Kiya - David Franklyn - Bøger - Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agenc - 9781681810225 - June 17, 2016


David Franklyn

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The novel Kiya is set in Kemet (ancient Egypt) during the reign of King Akhenaten. It tells the story of Kiya, a Nubian girl, who loves Akhenaten, as well as her brother Kashta's love for Nefertare, and her son Tut's love for Ankh. The narrator of the story, Kahta, his wife Nefertare, and her father Intef are fictional characters, while the others are based on real historical figures. Most of the events described in the book are true stories. This is a tale of destiny, the pursuit of dreams, and the unpredictability of fate. It is also a love story that tells of other love stories; an account telling the joys of life and the tragedy of death; and a story about the human condition, unchanged from time immemorial. David Franklyn grew up on Grenada with a curiosity to find out what lay beyond the horizons surrounding the Caribbean island. An avid reader, he discovered other worlds through reading, one being ancient Egypt. He now lives in Nairobi, Kenya. Publisher's website: http: //

Media Books     Paperback Book   (Book with soft cover and glued back)
Released June 17, 2016
ISBN13 9781681810225
Publishers Strategic Book Publishing & Rights Agenc
Pages 148
Dimensions 152 × 229 × 9 mm   ·   226 g
Language English  

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