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Frank Sinatra. Arthur Johnson. John Burke. With discreet assistance from her father, Isikara escaped with Tuthmosis through a secret passageway. The two used a senet board to navigate the tunnel, which led them through Tuthmosis's father's burial chamber and to the tomb's exit. Tuthmosis sought the help of a Nubian girl named Ta Miu, who provided them with supplies. Isakara and Tuthmosis disguised themselves as peasants, repeatedly avoiding detection by Wosret while escaping to the desert.
While in the desert, they were captured by Medjay nomads, who brought them to their camp at an oasis. There, Isikara and Tuthmosis met a rebellious girl named Anoukhet, who had a plan for them to escape together with an old camel tender. The escape did not go as planned, resulting in Isikara attacking and accidentally killing the nomads' leader, Naqada, before escaping. The group arrived at Syene , where the camel tender departed from the others. Anoukhet secured the remaining trio a delivery job, and they journeyed south.
As the three approached Nubia, Tuthmosis planned to ally with the Kushites by promising peace from Egypt if they helped him regain his throne. Tears of the Moon- Final Fantasy. The Terrace for Moonlight- Debussy. To the Moonlight- Edward MacDowell A Hungarian peasant folk song. The Golden Moon- Septimus Winner A medieval ballard later changed to Lament of the Black Eyed Troubadour.
Remake by The Marcels, Wolf Moon - Neil Young. Onassis 7. Ride On 8. Shades of Blue 9. The Leftovers Cheeeek that out dude. Lead RIFFs:. He acts extremely over protective, but in the next breath get's her So I had some serious issues with this book. He acts extremely over protective, but in the next breath get's her a fake ID and sends her off on her own to gamble?
And he also get's her and her guy friend their own shared room and sees no problem with this? There were also a lot of bits of random information that wasn't explained or just popped up out of no where. Oh, the main character has seizures? And where does she live again? And how old is she? Oh and she also likes to talk to wolves and "Trying to show the wolf that he is not dominant to" her because that's totally normal keep in mind that at this point she has no idea werewolves exist.
Oh and the people where she lives still no idea where that is are all afraid of her for some unknown reason? And she suddenly knows all this stuff about wolf behavior and thinks all this is weird The whole book was just really random and disconnected, as though no thought was put into the plot or flow of the book at all. For example in one day alone she hung out with the person who seems to be her only friend, then they separate in a huff.
Then they see each other later in the day. Then they get into an argument and separate again. Then later in the day he shows up at her house.
Then she leaves again 'cause she's mad at him. Then she get's hurt so she goes to his house so he can treat it cause that makes sense. Then because she's very minimally burned she stays the night at his house. Oh and then they're just settling down when the guy she was just with earlier when she was mad at her friend Then they go to sleep.
But in the morning her dad suddenly shows up at breakfast Anyways I was getting pretty frustrated. By this point I was getting whiplash. You know those old dramas where everything is all of a sudden really dramatic and the world is ending and then the next second it's like nothing happened, but then it's all drama again? That's this book. I honestly tried to get into this book. I wanted to love it, or at least not hate it, or hell just be able to finish it.
But it made me sad and mad and not in any way that you want a book to make you sad or mad. I do not recommend this book. Artemis thinks she is an ordinary human being. Unaware her seizures are her wolf trying to surface she is shocked and taken aback when Ares turns up and informs her she is infact half a werewolf; similar to him a prince of the werewolves.
She is unaware of what her other half is until its proven that people are trying to kill her. Final thoughts What happens is not detailed enough but if I say anymore it'l ruin it for others that want to read this. Things are majorly overlooked and I'm going to try and say how without spoiling it. He confirms hes behind it all and then its not mentioned.
She doesn't fight in my opinion hard enough to stop him and its left sort of on half. I assume still ongoing but its not clear. He just disappears. I get hes run from capture but theres no threats from him, nothing from her point of view. I didn't like him and I can see another reviewer thought her callous towards him but if you just think of someone as a friend, you don't have to be nice to them because they like you.
I see her as keeping him in his boundaries and she gets a bit unfriendly when he tries to push them. I just didn't get the point of him Hes around for a lot of the book. Are humans bad? Its not clear what side I'm fighting for. I'm on the humans side from what happens to them, I get the supernatural are trying to survive but it seems drastic. To me, I just don't like the supernatural.
I feel no loyalty towards them, I don't want them to win, I don't want them to live, I don't want her to be one of them or be with one of them. I'm confused. I get what this author tried to do, and for the most part it was fine but I feel more confused reading this, I was checking where I was in the book at certain parts wondering when it would end, would it reach a semi resolution and it doesn't.
We get a cliffhanger, fine a lot of YA authors do this but I have more questions coming into the next book which I won't be reading than I did starting this book. Would I read again? May 29, Kim Chappell rated it it was amazing. I was sucked into this book right away. Artemis is such a strong character that knows her dad is keeping something from her. She has been having strange dreams of a black wolf that turns in to a man but she doesn't believe in werewolves.
While on a trip with Darren her father and best friend Brett she sees the man in her dreams at the casino they are in. Darren makes them leave right away but she is so drawn to the man she doesn't want to leave. Once back at home her father still will not tell h I was sucked into this book right away.
Once back at home her father still will not tell her what is going on but the wolves from her dreams are now showing up around town. Artemis has never had many friends and soon learns that her father had keep her in the dark as to why.
She is part werewolf and they all can feel a predator in her. Brett never seemed to feel it, he is very protective over her and wants to be more than friends. Artemis only feels a brotherly love towards Brett.
She dreams of the wolf more but tells no one. Finally when they are caught in her yard with Brett almost shooting them does Ares the black wolf from her dreams shifts and tells her what they are, what she is He tells her soon she will change and be with them but she just can't wrap her head around all that is going on. Artemis decides to go with Ares to keep her town safe. He tells her they are destined mates and he doesn't understand why Darren never told her of her race.
Ares and Koda, a pack mate, try to fill her in on all they can but they are keeping lots of secrets. She wants the truth but people keep attacking them and she is still trying to fight her shift to werewolf not ready to except what she is. The entire time she feels a pull to Ares, yes he is one hot werewolf, but its more than his looks she feels as if she has known him forever.
Not understanding they mating she doesn't realize how strong the connection is between mates, till Victor the Vampire Prince explains a few things. Artemis is on information overload. While trying to deal with this Brett tries to save her even though she is save. Because he came into the werewolf village now he must die or change. Knowing Artemis would never forgive him for killing Brett, Koda changes him.
This book is full over attacks, several hot make out scences, and just a great story that sucks you in wanting more. It leaves you with a huge cliffhanger at the end. You have to have more I went from this book right into the second.
Great series, a 5 stars. Apr 19, Katelyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: own. Can I please just tell you that I still cannot believe how quickly Banks had me hooked to her Artemis Lupine series. I'm honestly still in shock! I took one look at this cover I'm ashamed to say and almost put the book right back down. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited.It does not take long to learn the mind and artistry of Banu Gibson after hearing her most recent CD, "You Do Not Know What's on My Mind." My favorite piece is "Truckin". Banu is so much in control of this piece that it leaves the listener with the revelation, that this lady is trucking to higher ground.5/5(1).