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KIYA: Rise of a New Dynasty

Narrated by: Dara Rosenberg
Length: 9 hrs and 34 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (60 ratings)

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How steamy is it? Simmering

Publisher's Summary

Tut has grown into his position as Pharaoh, but he is a wild young man. Naomi fears for him, not only because of his recklessness, but because he has put his trust in Ay - the man determined to destroy Naomi - despite her and Horemheb advising against it.

Meanwhile, death and slavery hang over Naomi and her family. With fear of the booming Hebrew numbers causing talk of enslaving them, conscription is reinstated and Naomi fears for the lives of her other children. Especially since Ay's children are now adults, and just as dangerous as their father. They threaten to take Itani, conspire against Tut, and push for power.

But Tut is in trouble. While Ay's daughter draws Horemheb's attention, and Naomi deals with the struggles of her family, everyone's distraction could spell death for the young Pharaoh.

©2014 Katie Hamstead (P)2014 Audible Inc.

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Her voice

She is not consisted in the tone she uses for each character... So annoying, I like the voice of the Kindle reader a lot better

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Horrible Narrator

Her voice was so grating that I couldn't even listen to the book. A waste.

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Enjoyable and kept interest

I especially enjoyed the tidy ending! This trilogy was a entertaining read!
excellent reader too.