Kazembe Bediako, the electrifying new voice in urban historical suspense fiction, delivers his second explosive novel - Behutet: The Defeat of the Sebau, Vol. II - filled with heart-stopping action as Ra Heru Khuti, in his ancient warrior form, travels through time to fulfill his divine plan and avert a world disaster. A deadly secret lies buried beneath the red desert sands in ancient Kamit. Ra Heru Khuti must uncover the deadly secret to prevent the evil genius, Mortimer Sethe, from awakening and re-entering the world of man. The story takes place in three ancient cities. The novel begins in the city of Menefer amidst a historic vernal eclipse that covers the world with darkness for four days. Sethe, the equally evil grandson of Mortimer Sethe, seizes the moment of darkness unleashing the Sebau to spread confusion and terror as they attempt to establish the New World Order of the Sethian Confederacy. Then Ra Heru Khuti's mother appears in his dream with the message that she awaits his arrival in the ancient and holy city of Bambalasaam. Meanwhile in the city of Avaris, Sethe's headquarters, Sethe retains an imprisoned Ausara, daughter of the blind astrologer/sage Kheperaunghkti and heir to the ancient kingdom of Kalakun. Will Ra Heru Khuti and his allies successfully contain the Sebau in the city of Men Nefer, invade the Sethian city of Avaris to free Ausara and make it to the holy city of Bambalasaam? Join Ra Heru Khuti on his adventurous journey, answers revealed, with the turn of each page in Behutet: The Defeat of the Sebau, Vol. II. The Behutet Trilogy is an urban Kamitic genre - a true blend of the ancient with the present where dynamic characters transcend time. The Behutet Trilogy skillfully creates a new genre integrating Kamitic cosmology into contemporary lifestyle. History is being rewritten in front of our very eyes. A must-read!
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Descrizione libro Khianga Business Solutions, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria INGM9780984571512