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Titans of War

By: Wilbur Smith, Mark Chadbourn
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Summary

Global bestselling author of River God and The New Kingdom, Wilbur Smith, returns with the next epic book in his Ancient Egyptian series.

A RUTHLESS ENEMY. A CIVILISATION IN RUINS. A QUEST FOR SALVATION.

For over fifty years Egypt has known nothing but war and devastation at the hands of the Hyksos, a bloodthirsty barbarian people from the distant east who continue to advance, crushing armies in their wake. Times are desperate, but throughout the conflict, a brave resistance fights on under the great Taita, a slave who has risen far beyond his ranks.

Piay, entrusted into Taita's care by his parents at the age of just five, has been trained to become a great spy, unmatched by any other. Determined to prove his worth, he embarks on a dangerous mission to the north - to Mycenae and through the heart of Hyksos land and across the great sea - to find allies to help defend Egypt. As the situation becomes increasingly precarious, and the fate of the kingdom is hanging in the balance, can Piay succeed in his quest or will this mean the end of the glory that is Egypt once and for all?

©2022 Wilbur Smith and Mark Chadbourn (P)2022 Bonnier Books UK

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yet another brilliant book

a great tail with twists and turns. Introducing new characters and the tail ties in perfectly with other books in this series.

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Lacking

Wilbur Smith books have always painted better scenes and wildlife descriptions than this.

Story was so so, and the baddie motivation not plausible. Main character a bit of a pleb.

I have read every Wilbur Smith book, som several times. This one stretched it for me.

Smith was a man not a brand!

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Great Adventure

As per normal Wilbur Smith doesn’t disappoint, Not the best Egyptian adventure but still cracking.

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Exciting

A bloody good read!! Exciting till the end, the story did not let me down

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excellent !!

Wilbur at his best ! leaves you wanting more, which hopefully can happen !! look forward to further adventures !!

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What a Fantastic Book

I have read all the Egyptian series and this one was as good as the rest. A fitting finale
👍👍👍👍👍

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Brilliant

Anther great book from Wilber Smith In the Egyptian series ad can’t wait for the next one.

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V poor

Very poor effort by Mr Smith. No tie in with other books and very sparse on detail

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Utter Rubish

I wish we could let the Grand master rest in power.
Everything about this book was horrible.
From the story to the narrator.

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was good but bit juvenile even for Wilbur smith

story was a little boring, main character was not likeable and it was quite childish

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