The Chronicles of Moses: The Man who would be Pharaoh By Paul Rodricks

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This is an epic Historical-Ancient Egyptian-Biblical fiction novel about the would-be Pharaoh forced into exile and torn apart from his beloved, who must struggle to avenge the injustice by challenging the might of his ruthless enemy and traitor, the Egyptian Pharaoh.
The narratives reveal the identity of the later Israelite leader. His achievements, failures and personal conflicts; his passionate love for the first royal woman in his life and his marriages to other women. How he set about compiling his new theocratic ideology based on the ancient cultures and traditions.
Besides the interesting disclosures about the belief system of the ancient Biblical Israelis, interwoven are sub-plots and events (including combat and battle scenes) relating to the intriguing characters, their personal and external conflicts, featuring in this epic narrative of the Egyptian-Biblical, Senenmut/Moses.
The epic The Chronicles of Moses, moves between the ancient Egyptian history available from the writings of the New Kingdom, the 18th Dynasty of the Pharaohs reign, and the character of Moses in the Bible.
Systematic research and plotting have resulted in plausible, exploratory and action-filled events which serve to regale, enlighten and challenge readers to revelations before unknown.
A Gripping Read!
By Piaras on February 21, 2015
This story had every element a good story should have. An exciting plot, attention to detail, but best of all fleshed out, well written and well rounded character development. There's an abundance of well illustrated scenes that really make you feel like you are right there in the story, and that's something I really look for in a good book.
A unique approach to the story of Moses
By Richard Stiller on December 13, 2014
A very unique and effective approach to the story of Moses. Paul Rodricks intertwines the story of Hatshepsut and Senenmut with that of Moses the deliverer of the Hebrews and the lawgiver. Because I like an original, conceptual approach to history I found it hard to put this book down. I read at night which helps me fall asleep, but in this task, the author failed. I found that The Chronicles of Moses kept me up late and thoroughly engaged. Woe is me! One big thing that gave the book depth was the obvious knowledge of the era (or period) and the geography.
Epic adventure
By Robert Krueger on December 10, 2014
This novel is action packed, an historical style novel that takes the reader on a compelling journey. The pages are filled with intrigue, conflict, military action, individual combat, politics, and love; all of which are enhanced by descriptions of people and cultures.
Great for the reader looking for a new genre
By Avid Reader on December 14, 2014
The story is full of vivid descriptions you can almost feel and experience the heat and the smells and sounds of the things going on. I enjoyed the maps that gave a good sense of where it all took place but the profiles of characters at the beginning were not quite necessary, one could gather that information as they read.
Over all it is a clean well written story with lots of new and interesting thoughts. I would highly recommend this for a first time reader looking for a new genre to read. Well Done. The Chronicles of Moses: The Man who would be Pharaoh

Despite what some Amazon reviews say, the abysmal lack of editing is a major distraction. This is difficult to read with all the errors. What should be a good story is so poorly done that it is almost impossible to read. I finally gave up. I wanted to like this book, but it felt like a first draft, not a first wished product. The author needs to hire a top notch editor and do a major rewrite. English This story just didn't work for me. I got to 67% and just couldn't finish it. English It was different! Not what I expected at all. Interesting though English