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4 thoughts on “The Nile Conspiracy (Legends of the Winged Scarab, #5)

  1. Jim Bennett Jim Bennett says:

    Thriller with suspense surprise twists and several brilliantly executed action seuences That’s a synopsis to which sexual tension and political manoeuvering can be added The story continues in an alternate world in which the caldera under Yellowstone has erupted Most of America and a fair bit of the northern hemisphere are in ruins the former pushed back almost to the Stone Age Against this backdrop Egyptian politicians and military figures confer against a planned Ethiopian dam a project which will ruin the fertility of the NileThose who have read earlier volumes in this series will recognize several key actors Those who have not will be filled in as the story progresses Borg is an expert in this If you’re scrolling for the tiny carps maybe a typo Back to the good stuffBorg’s background information is always exactly right Yellowstone could become a surprise like Mount St Helens only very much larger Egyptian and Russian words are correct As always google or Wiktionary anything you’re not sure of To add to the enjoyment there is a bit of the supernatural added in and it plays into the plot so naturally you just have to believe it ‘Suspension of disbelief’ my creative writing teacher would call this Everything worksMy personal guidelines when doing any review are as follows five stars means roughly eual to best in genre Rarely given Four stars means extremely good Three stars means definitely recommendable I am a tough reviewer This is a splendid thriller Five stars it is and clearly recommended Enjoy

  2. Christoph Fischer Christoph Fischer says:

    The Nile Conspiracy by Inge H Borg is another strong effort in her exciting and fresh Legends of the Scarab Series While I'm not usually a fan of conspiracy thrillers this one touches on a real issue the sharing of water and natural resources A previous book in the series was set in an apocalyptical world and opened uestions of how the future of humanity might be shapedWith her finger so tightly on the pulse of time the story had me at 'Nile' and never let off Political agendas archaeological and personal interests come to play The story itself is really good I've warmed to the characters as much as I have grown fond of the skillful way in which Borg uses language Highly intelligent and gripping this is one of her finest

  3. Joseph Spuckler Joseph Spuckler says:

    The Legend of the Winged Scarab continues in book five of the series The Nile Conspiracy We see the return of Jonathan Naunet and former pharaoh of the Cairo Museum Egyptian Jabari El Masri Several other previous characters return including a favorite of mine Vergil a sly and crafty character who acts in own self interest In the previous books Borg forms a story surrounding regional political events like the revolution in Egypt that overthrew Mubarak and natural events like the Khamsin and Sirocco All the natural phenomena used in the stories are real In a previous book the supervolcano the Yellowstone Caldera erupted causing a great disruption in the world order and removing the United States from position power In this story Egypt is still trying to seek stability after the revolution and dealing with a major threat to its existence Ethiopia is is constructing the Grand Renaissance Dam on the Nile which is a threat to Egypt’s water supply Ethiopia is the source 85% of the Nile’s water of which Egypt counts on for 80% of its water needs This provides the catalyst of the story and what draws all the characters together from familiar characters to Egypt’s top leadership There is action and adventure all within the reader’s willing suspension of disbelief much like a Clive Cussler novel The two storylines of protecting Egypt’s water supply and the uest for control of the fifty ancient golden tablets and their meaning also continues Their location is known but they are simply out of reach The story also includes some mythology going back to the first book which took place before the Egyptian civilization This although adding a supernatural aspect to the book creates a stronger tie into the story and the events The story is fast moving and the storylines tie in nicely The writing is clear and pulls heavily from real events Borg does her research well and takes the current political situation and ties it in with real or possible natural effects Even though the writing is fiction the reader can pick up real world issues like the effects of Ethiopia building the world’s largest hydroelectric dam on the river that has been a source of life in North East Africa and center of an ancient civilization I liked this series from the beginning It’s smart It makes the reader want to research aspects of the story It is not your average cookie cutter fiction or actionadventure series; it holds your attention and has you looking into current events and history It is a series you actually become involved in

  4. Deba Deba says:

    The Nile Conspiracy Legends of the Winged Scarab Book 5 Kindle Edition The Nile Conspiracy takes the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance as its basis for some fictional subversive action by Egypt in its conflict with Ethiopia when diplomacy fails Throw in the Lost Labyrinth of Egypt an ancient underground maze its documented existence vehemently being denied by Egyptian government officials and my protagonists from the previous three modern day books of the series get enough action adventure to battle temptation bad boys and the elements Not to mention El Hanash the crystal snake – and the curse of the mysterious ‘Khepri’ an ancient unknown people living around 6500 BC These are the words of the author but I could not have said it any betterI was given this book by the author for my honest review I have to say it is a great read and follows in the scope of the Legends of the Winged Scarab I loved them all and I honestly believe you will too That is why I am recommending them to you Start at the beginning of the series They are all great reading

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The Nile Conspiracy (Legends of the Winged Scarab, #5) ❰PDF❯ ✅ The Nile Conspiracy (Legends of the Winged Scarab, #5) Author Inge H. Borg – Riveting adventure and international intrigue find Naunet and Jonathan Wilkins back in Egypt where the construction of The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam portends a catastrophe of biblical proportion Riveting adventure and international intrigue find Naunet and Jonathan Wilkins back in Egypt where the construction of The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance The Nile PDF \ Dam portends a catastrophe of biblical proportions Imagine the mighty Nile running dry due to human interference The novel is based on the construction of a huge Ethiopian dam on the Blue Nile Egypt's lifebloodAmidst their struggle to save an ancient site the archaeologists are caught up in a dangerous conspiracy The site of their explorations becomes a death trap when desperate politicians decide to turn an ancient underground labyrinth into an emergency reservoirWill the combined recklessness of two governments explode into the annihilation of the inhabitants living along the NileIn The Nile Conspiracy several characters good and evil from the series’ preceding volumes are once again pitted against each other the elements and time Borg captures the struggles of an economically depressed Egypt by skillfully combining the challenges of her post apocalyptic world with the awe inspiring legends of an ancient cultureThis is Book of Inge H Borg's historical fiction series about the mystery of Ancient Egypt the Legends of the Winged ScarabBook is Khamsin The Devil Wind of The Nile BC Book Sirocco Storm over Land and Sea a modern day action adventure thriller After the Cataclysm is Book The Crystal Curse is Book While all books can be enjoyed as stand alone novels some important background information will be lost if not read in seuence.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 260 pages
  • The Nile Conspiracy (Legends of the Winged Scarab, #5)
  • Inge H. Borg
  • English
  • 27 March 2014