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The Journey To Thebes

The Journey To Thebes

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Cate By _cmturner_ Completed

Complete ✔ Archaeologist Daniel Sterling risked his career and reputation in order to save an artifact from the clutches of a tomb robber. Now faced with unemployment and snubbed by his colleagues, he isn't sure what he should do next until he catches wind of more grave robbing schemes. Inspired by Daniel's endeavor, his friend Faris Al-Rashid teams up with him to beat the grave robbers to their next target: a royal tomb in The Valley of the Kings. Yet when the magnetic Aisha joins their expedition, the vulnerable artifacts are the least of Daniel's worries . . .
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This story is the property of C. M. Turner. Characters and events are entirely fictional creations of the author's imagination. No part of this work may be copied without the author's prior consent. Plagiarism is illegal and will be prosecuted.

Wow, this is awesome! I can see why it won, hehe. I love your use of foreign terms, it really makes the story seem exotic, and the curse seems really cool. @goldenmedallionawards
most_bay most_bay Mar 28
Amen! I think messing with graves in general is a bad thing! But ancient ones are even more dangerous!
most_bay most_bay Mar 28
I think thieves are smarter nowadays. They know it's not just about the jewelry. smuggling mummies brings money too!
KenWallin KenWallin Jul 06
Off to a great start. The opening pulls you in and right away you are caught up in the adventure. I'm already getting a good vision of the characters. A compelling ending draws you straight into the next chapter. You just have to see what happens next.
I'm gonna cry!! As a kid this was my dream job in secret! Egypt has always grabbed my attention. You're details and descriptions are quite marvelous too!
Backstabbing is 3 ... 2 ... 1 ...
                              Because this is definitely worth more than whatever Daniel is paying him. >>