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I was supposed to start college next year, but after being given a ticket to Cairo as a high school graduation present, I skipped the ceremony and jumped on the plane. My name is Mary Fallon. I'm 18 years old, and for as long as I can remember, I've been fascinated by ancient Egypt. I could never have imagined the experiences awaiting me here in the ancient land of the pharaohs, including having my first lucid dream. You see, I'm discovering that Spiritual Warfare isn't a video game but the reality we live in, both awake and asleep. You won't find the front lines on any map, because the battles are fought in our hearts and minds, and some of them can be dangerously enjoyable. It's a good thing I'm not fighting alone.

Author's Note: The books in this series are based on real dreams and experiences.

©2017 Maria Isabel Pita (P)2018 Maria Isabel Pita

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Deeply spiritual

This is a hard freview for me to write. I listened to this book days ago, and just tried to think about it so that I said everything correctly, I didn't want any confusion. This book was not what I expected. I was really slotted to read about some ancient mummy, and hat is not what I got.

This book is very spiritual, and it is more about revelations, awakenings, and finding oneself. The setting is so spot on I would have to guess that Pita has visited Egypt, or spent a lot of quality time in a museum or two checking out the Egyptian exhibits. Her character, Mary, goes through significant changes upon her arrival in the cradle of Civilization. You walk the path beside her, experiencing everything she does, and I'd like to think growing along with her too. There is some romance, and that's ok. That is really not my flavor of stuff, I prefer guns blazing and swords slicing, but it didn't beat me over the head and it was enjoyable.

Doubling up as narrator as well was a good idea. Pita is Mary. She lays everything out vocally, and holds nothing back. She is almost playing Mary as herself, because it is so believable. I don't know if she has narrated before, but she could do someone else's work justice. Maybe a good side job for her.

Anyway, this book is deep, emotional, spiritual, and waiting for you to listen.

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  • Heather
  • ABERDEEN, MD, United States
  • 02-28-18

Stick with this story...

This audiobook is interesting. I almost can’t put words to it . It’s not what you would expect and it’s different from just about everything else I’ve listened to. I felt like it was a little slow in the beginning but it gets better . I just had to stick with it a bit. The narration was great.

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Compelling Tale of Life, Land and Lucid Dreams

Fascinating book that lures you in with the author's vast knowledge of Egypt's history. Really enjoyed the Maria's narration. Her spirited recount of experiences while in Egypt brought the vivid descriptions to life.

While listening, you feel as if you're right there by Maria's side. You see the tombs, artifacts, sunrises and feel the stifling desert day. In addition, many interesting facts are revealed along the way; like why the Egyptians are drawn in a two-dimensional manner.

Because Maria is a confident narrator, she blurs the line between consciousness and sleep. At first, I found the lucid dreams to have more of a faery-tale quality ~ as if they were a montage of future hopes and wishes.

After hearing further dreams, their significance is evident. Think of them as a map ~ historical, physical and spiritual.

If you ever wanted to visit Egypt, you may wish to start with "The Spirit of Imhotep: Lucid Dreams & Spritual Warfare, Book 1"

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Fills you mind and senses

Would you consider the audio edition of The Spirit of Imhotep to be better than the print version?

I only have the audio book and its a very rich experience

What did you like best about this story?

The blend of physical and spiritual realms in a believable way, delivered by Maria in a voice that is liquid gold.

Which scene was your favorite?

The very end...... not telling.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

Filled my senses and encouraged several lucid dreams

Any additional comments?

Where to start, I got this book and my first thoughts being that it might be aimed at a younger audience and most likely female and so started listening with some apprehension on what to expect.
It was a pleasant surprise to find that I was partly right and so very wrong. The story develops in an interesting way with a young female and the opportunity she is offered, is loaded with false leads, historical fact and supported with a good dose of entertainment and suspense. There are elements of lucid dreaming that hold my interest, and these are woven into the story in a way that is interesting and like the story itself leads on into deeper themes and thoughts.
I listen to audio books on long drives and found it hard to avoid playing this one on the shorter daily trips around town but did manage to save it for the longer drives. The Spirit of Imhotep was a great listen and as expected Maria’s voice is liquid gold and made for a lovey experience.
The weaving of dreams and lucid dreaming into the plot makes for added interest and as a dreamer the story seeded some nice lucid dreams. One very special dream of religious significance appeared to me a little before I heard it narrated in the book and this was a high point of another winner from Maria
Book one of a series, keen to follow on as the rest are available and see how Mary copes with a lot more physical and spiritual challenges

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  • Sandy
  • Santa Monica, CA 90405
  • 04-04-18

A well written beginning of Mary's adventure

I enjoyed reading the details of Mary's travels in Egypt and felt it was somewhat culturally and historically educational about the country. I also liked that there are dreams in the book and now I want to learn more about lucid dreaming. This story has a romance and religious aspects that grow more central as the story develops. The characters are real and I can imagine everyone of them!

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Amazing Book

Would you listen to The Spirit of Imhotep again? Why?

Loved his story would recommend this book to others to read you will love it also has wonderful narration loved the pitch and tones in the narrations voice keeps you very interested.

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Another winner!

Once again Maria Isabel Pita weaves a wonderful story while using her experience of lucid dreams. Here Mary Falcon goes to Egypt to visit her friend who is working there, for her this is a dream come true as she always been fascinated with Egypt. But many things happen along with discovering the enjoyment of Egypt and some of the dangers she and her friends are confronted with. This is a must read or listen to the novel, it will keep you entertained and wanting more.

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Interesting story...

This book was not at all what I expected, but I enjoyed it. It took me a few chapters to get into it but once I did, I couldn’t stop listening....very interesting premise. Maria Isabel Pita’s narration is excellent! I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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Great narration

I received this audio book for free in exchange for my honest review. While this is a well written story with impeccable narration, I didn't care for it due to it's numerous religious overtones. I'm not a religious person so it didn't appeal to me.

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