Summary: Christian Jacq ends this series with a great book
Comment: I have enjoyed the Stone of Light books for many years now and am sad to see this series come to an end. However, I think that the Place of Truth was a wonderful end to this great series.
Christian Jacq had created a great mystery in the past tree books. I picked up each book and read it with eagerness trying to figure out who the traitor was inside the brotherhood. Well this time he keeps you waiting until almost the last page, keeping the suspense there right up until the end.
This book has all of the things that I look for in a Christian Jacq book, good character interaction, so action, and a great story.
All in all this was a fitting end to a great series of books. I would highly recommend reading this entire series.
Summary: This is Ok
Comment: I've read the book. It's good but not as good as the great Ramses series.
Summary: my review
Comment: In this final chapter of the series the whole story unfolds and we are able to find out who are the enemies and the true benefactors of the Place of Truth.
I really enjoyed reading this last book and the author always keeps the pace and the reader's interest. The characters are as alive as the first book and the whole description of everyday life and mysteries on ancient egypt are very vivid.
Summary: Great Ending
Comment: This is the last book of the section 'the stone of light'. The author had done a good job that he had made a excellent ending. It is unexpectable ! But if you just read this book but not the other 3 books of the section, you might not understand it easily.
Summary: wont let you down
Comment: Im a younge passionate Christian Jacq fan who fell in love with the people of Ancient Egypt many years ago, and Im always on the look out for a decent Egyptian novel.
Upon reading the first pages of the 'Stone of Light' series I could not stop.
Throughout these four amazing novels Christian Jacq developes the plot, one of mystery and suspense. The characters each have their own place in the Palace of Truth and Christian Jacq developes upon these characters until you feel you know them personally.
This book is truely a great read for anyone who wants a trip back in time to learn about the ancient craftsman from Deir-El Medina or 'The Palace of Thruth'.