Alexander: Hall of the Gods.
Hall of the Gods is a new novel by G.M Masterson. Set in modern day Oxford, it also stretches its roots back to Ancient Egypt and the occult curses of the past. It is a good page turner, with a nice balance between action and factual embellishment of the story.
There are variety of interesting characters including the two most prominent characters; Frank Malone, the moody Irish professor; and Alexander, the childhood genius.
After setting the scene and introducing the key characters, the pace of the book hots up and becomes a good page turner. There are interesting perspectives on ancient Egypt set against the backdrop of modern Oxford.
If you want an intelligent action adventure I can recommend Alexander: Hall of the Gods. Once you have got into the story you will not want to put it down.
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