Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Review -- Hieroglyphs by Kit Wylde

Title: Hieroglyphs

Author: Kit Wylde

Genre: Paranormal/Light Romance

Published August 2010 by Wild Child Publishing

Length:  63 pages

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

About the book:

When a new hieroglyphic alphabet is discovered on an ancient Egyptian scroll, expert archaeologist Joslyn Wetherly is called in to decipher it. Joslyn is obsessed with the scroll, and that obsession threatens her marriage.

But soon her life is threatened as the secrets of the scroll prove dangerous. Before Joslyn realizes what is happening, she is embroiled in a rivalry between two long-dead pharaohs, their Egyptian gods, and past life karmas.

Will Joslyn survive the secrets revealed in the scroll? Or will she be the next victim of the ancient feud?


Kit Wylde takes readers on an amazing journey with this captivating Egyptian paranormal adventure. Archaeologist
Joslyn Wetherly is a dedicated professional torn between a job that takes her away from a husband she loves and who seems resentful of her career. My absolute favourite part was the time travel back to ancient times. The details were delightful and I fell under the spell. I only wish there had been more scenes with such information and description. This is a charming story with a little bit of everything, mystery, romance, history, intrigue, magic and malevolence. I would suggest anyone who has day-dreamed of pyramids or past lives should definitely pick this one up because it will be a hard one to put down. It has been days since I finished reading this story and yet I still feel the connection.

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