Top critical review
Predictable and Lightweight.
Reviewed in the United States on May 4, 2019
Hard to find anything good about this book. The premise is based on an Egyptian myth about a princess/queen who leaves Egypt and flees to eventually Ireland and Scotland bringing with her a magic plant that cures the plague. This plague, resurrected in a secret facility by captured scientists, is being used by a demented woman to further her vision of a male-free world by rendering women capable of bearing only female children. Our heroes are constantly, and I mean constantly, just escaping certain death and are always, and I mean always, finding some amazing archeological artifact, including the magic plant in an underground cave complete with mummy, boat, and bag of the magic herbs/plants. Too ridiculous for words though the authors use many to describe these outlandish situations. A total waste of $15.00. Mad at myself...