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The author of the international triumph "Ramses" returns to the passion and mystery of ancient Egypt in this third volume of the "Stone of Light" saga. Inside a forbidden village deep in the mountainous desert, Nefer the Silent crosses paths with Paneb, a farmer's son who harbors the lofty dream of entering the fabled Place of Truth. Can these fledgling young heroes save t The author of the international triumph "Ramses" returns to the passion and mystery of ancient Egypt in this third volume of the "Stone of Light" saga. Inside a forbidden village deep in the mountainous desert, Nefer the Silent crosses paths with Paneb, a farmer's son who harbors the lofty dream of entering the fabled Place of Truth. Can these fledgling young heroes save the Pharaoh from a murderous plot?


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The author of the international triumph "Ramses" returns to the passion and mystery of ancient Egypt in this third volume of the "Stone of Light" saga. Inside a forbidden village deep in the mountainous desert, Nefer the Silent crosses paths with Paneb, a farmer's son who harbors the lofty dream of entering the fabled Place of Truth. Can these fledgling young heroes save t The author of the international triumph "Ramses" returns to the passion and mystery of ancient Egypt in this third volume of the "Stone of Light" saga. Inside a forbidden village deep in the mountainous desert, Nefer the Silent crosses paths with Paneb, a farmer's son who harbors the lofty dream of entering the fabled Place of Truth. Can these fledgling young heroes save the Pharaoh from a murderous plot?

30 review for Paneb the Ardent

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kübra Yağmur Aslanhan

    Serinin ilk kitabında on altı yaşındaki deli dolu bir genç olan Cesur Paneb, ne kadar büyürse büyüsün içindeki atılgan deli dolu yanı bastıramıyor. Bir laf var ya yedisinde neyse yetmişinde odur, diye Cesur da o insanlardan biri. Cesur'un manevi babası olan Suskun Nefer'in sonu da çok acıydı. Hak etmediği bir sonun kurbanı oldu. :( Serinin ilk kitabında on altı yaşındaki deli dolu bir genç olan Cesur Paneb, ne kadar büyürse büyüsün içindeki atılgan deli dolu yanı bastıramıyor. Bir laf var ya yedisinde neyse yetmişinde odur, diye Cesur da o insanlardan biri. Cesur'un manevi babası olan Suskun Nefer'in sonu da çok acıydı. Hak etmediği bir sonun kurbanı oldu. :(

  2. 5 out of 5

    Judith Ray

    This book kind of reminds me of - for lack of a better comparison - a heart monitor with a screen that shows evenly spaced peaks and valleys: CRISIS...crisis averted...CRISIS...crisis averted...CRISIS...crisis averted...and so on and so forth throughout the entire story. Unfortunately this translates into repetitiveness to the point of being predictable. The suspense is there, but it never lasts for more than 10 pages. Granted, there is somewhat of a surprise in store at the very end of the book This book kind of reminds me of - for lack of a better comparison - a heart monitor with a screen that shows evenly spaced peaks and valleys: CRISIS...crisis averted...CRISIS...crisis averted...CRISIS...crisis averted...and so on and so forth throughout the entire story. Unfortunately this translates into repetitiveness to the point of being predictable. The suspense is there, but it never lasts for more than 10 pages. Granted, there is somewhat of a surprise in store at the very end of the book, but even that is treated with nothing more than an "Oh well, the Brotherhood must survive at all cost". I would call it quits here, but I purchased the entire series as a set at the used bookstore. So I guess I'm off to read the 4th and final installment.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Katka Olajcová

    Faraón je mŕtvy! Nech žije faraón! Ale ktorý? Po Merenptahovej smrti nastupuje na trón jeho syn Seti II., ktorému sa ale nechce podriadiť jeho syn Amenmes. A tak má Egypt dvoch faraónov. Seti II. vládne severu a Amenmes juhu, ale ani jeden z nich nechce byť agresorom a tak sa vlastne nič nedeje. Mehy však hrá na obidve strany. Nemôže predsa prísť o svoje miesto a vplyv! Miesto Pravdy si žije podľa svojich pravidiel a nech sa deje čokoľvek, je verné pravidlám bohyne Maat. Nech sa Neferovi, Panebovi Faraón je mŕtvy! Nech žije faraón! Ale ktorý? Po Merenptahovej smrti nastupuje na trón jeho syn Seti II., ktorému sa ale nechce podriadiť jeho syn Amenmes. A tak má Egypt dvoch faraónov. Seti II. vládne severu a Amenmes juhu, ale ani jeden z nich nechce byť agresorom a tak sa vlastne nič nedeje. Mehy však hrá na obidve strany. Nemôže predsa prísť o svoje miesto a vplyv! Miesto Pravdy si žije podľa svojich pravidiel a nech sa deje čokoľvek, je verné pravidlám bohyne Maat. Nech sa Neferovi, Panebovi, Klára hocičo prihodí, všetko dopadne dobre v ich prospech. Paneb počas tejto knihy pretrpel asi 4 falošné obvinenia. Navyše sa veľmi nečakane počas knihy spomína, ako všetci pripravujú Neferovi hrobku. Hmm... ktovie, čo by to len mohlo znamenať...? Na konci okrem toho "nečakane" umiera Seti II. (pričom Amenmes zomrie asi v poslednej tretine) a na trón nastupuje Siptah, nenápadný, veľmi múdry a politickými predstaviteľmi neovplyvniteľný kráľovský pisár, s ktorým bude vládnuť manželka Setiho II. Tausert. Znova nám autor približuje život Egypťanov, ich zvyky, spôsob výroby liekov, farieb.... Navyše má Christian Jacq asi veľkú záľubu v osloch, ktorí sa volajú Severný vietor (v pentalógií Ramzes a, ak si správne pamätám, aj v tetralógií Strom života, by sme našli osla s takýmto menom). Čaká ma záver. Vyhrá Miesto Pravdy? Čo to trepem, jasné, že vyhrá... Ale ako...?

  4. 5 out of 5

    Mina S

    Biraz kendini tekrar etmeye basladi

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elif

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  6. 5 out of 5

    J. Else

    While Jacq is extremely knowledgeable about the time period, throughout all his books, all the characters are extremely formal. The characters have wants and dreams, but they speak so seriously. It would be nice to hear a person crack a joke. I sometimes feel like I'm reading Egyptian Shakespeare instead of a modern novel. I think this becomes the biggest criticism of his work, which is otherwise quite gorgeous and remarkable. But there is a coin flip to this... what I love about his work is how While Jacq is extremely knowledgeable about the time period, throughout all his books, all the characters are extremely formal. The characters have wants and dreams, but they speak so seriously. It would be nice to hear a person crack a joke. I sometimes feel like I'm reading Egyptian Shakespeare instead of a modern novel. I think this becomes the biggest criticism of his work, which is otherwise quite gorgeous and remarkable. But there is a coin flip to this... what I love about his work is how alive the culture feels. Details are rich. He makes the society come alive more than any other author has with this time period. Everything about the culture makes sense too. Explanations for rituals and beliefs are clear. Yet, even with spiritual magic interwoven in the book, I feel like I'm reading about a living society as the cultural depth is as deep as an ocean! Its so strange that the overall feel of the culture is so immense and then to come against a wall reading the stoic characters and their lines. I do see character depth. They will make me smile or get frustrated, and I sense personality to a degree. But theres not a lot of personal depth. The character of Tausert is quite different in this book than when we first met her. I wanted more of her development. I also wanted more about what happened to Amenmessu's mother and how Tausert became queen. Amenmessu felt like a cardboard cutout versus a true character. I wanted more of the family dynamic between Amenmessu and Tausert and why he hates her so much. A LOT happens in Jacq's stories from plots against the builders to natural disasters to clashes between workers. I'm always kept interested. Its a complex plot that does not read as such. And the ending... wow... I did not think Jacq would go there! Usually, the villains hatch a plot, get excited, count their chickens, but then are thwarted by some divine or character intervention. But this time... they actually succeeded! I did not expect it. But I am glad Jacq did it because I really felt no weight to the villain's schemes. And what a blow to start book 4 with! Cannot wait to pick up the next book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Janitsy

    Another series from Christian Jacp. This series of for tells the story of the craftsmen and women of ancient egypt who designed and built the tombs for the kings and queens of egypt. They follow the main character Paneb from his first innitiation into the order as a young man and his subsequent rise within the society. A lot of insight to the stuggle for power, greed, and over human nature both good and bad. also a lot of action, as well as thoughts on the idea of power of nature on humanity as Another series from Christian Jacp. This series of for tells the story of the craftsmen and women of ancient egypt who designed and built the tombs for the kings and queens of egypt. They follow the main character Paneb from his first innitiation into the order as a young man and his subsequent rise within the society. A lot of insight to the stuggle for power, greed, and over human nature both good and bad. also a lot of action, as well as thoughts on the idea of power of nature on humanity as well as inanimate objects.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Christine Van Heertum

    plus d'intrigues et de suspens que dans les 2 premiers volumes. Un peu à la manière de Columbo : on sait qui sont les méchants (sauf un qui reste dans l'ombre) et on se demande comment ils vont être démasqués ... plus d'intrigues et de suspens que dans les 2 premiers volumes. Un peu à la manière de Columbo : on sait qui sont les méchants (sauf un qui reste dans l'ombre) et on se demande comment ils vont être démasqués ...

  9. 5 out of 5

    Nan

    Cool plot, but it’s notorious that the author, besides of being a good Egyptologist, is a lustful man, cuz he describes a lot of explicit sexual scenes. Though it helps you know a lot of Egypt, it’s still filthy

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mariana

    A sad ending for the series.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Carobe

    Paneb den ivrige.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Elli

    Preferred the Ramses series but this wasn't bad - gives a nice feel for the tradesman class while the Ramses was obviously nobility skewed. Preferred the Ramses series but this wasn't bad - gives a nice feel for the tradesman class while the Ramses was obviously nobility skewed.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Oscar Riba

    Get on with it already! Some parts are really interesting... Others a bore

  14. 5 out of 5

    Karen

    Paneb as a character continues to develop - the ending is a shock

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sandra Azevedo

    Adorei!! Excelente investigação ... forma de escrita... realmente o autor escreve de uma forma que fica na memória! :)

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gosia

    i kto jest zdrajcąąąąąąąąąąą????? kto zabił Nefera??? to ja go zabiję! :P coraz bardziej wciąga, jeszcze tylko jedna część...:D

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ana

  18. 4 out of 5

    André

  19. 5 out of 5

    Janet

  20. 5 out of 5

    Misuzasun

  21. 5 out of 5

    Camille Mrn

  22. 4 out of 5

    Victor

  23. 5 out of 5

    Faiza Hasan

  24. 5 out of 5

    France Proulx

  25. 4 out of 5

    Khayman

  26. 5 out of 5

    Stenella

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandro

  28. 4 out of 5

    Luano Chaves

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tina

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sacha

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