Kirkus Reviews delivered its review of "Imhotep" yesterday. They liked it: "While the undergirding premise of the plot is wildly fantastical, the author has a peculiar talent for rendering the implausible in credible terms. In addition, the depiction of ancient Egypt is masterly executed, both authentic and accessible, with the narrative including Tim's descriptions of the landscape ("He saw in the distance the green of the Nile's valley, richer and darker and fuller than he remembered it. And along the river, rising from its banks he saw a city of mud brick homes surrounded by a thick white wall: The long-dead city that Tim knew as Memphis"). But the real draw of the book is its characters, especially Tim, drawn in lushly substantive terms."
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