Hell hath no fury like a spider caught in its own web.
The gods, even in their rage, had never been more clear.
Either King Mursili II succeed in placing the Amarna bloodline back upon
the Egyptian throne or everything he has sacrificed, everything he has
lost will be for naught. Everything he has put those closest to him
through – Nacamakun, Idamun, his family – would be for naught. All of
his prayers and faith would be for naught.
Yes. Even in their vengeance, the gods had never been more clear.
It’s all or nothing. Either the prophecy is fulfilled and both Egypt
& Hatti find salvation or Mursili and his allies fail - plunging
both kingdoms into indescribable darkness.
Behold. Even in the terrible deafening silence of their abandonment, the
gods had never been more clear.
The time has come for judgment.
Grea Alexander is a female writer of African American, Native American and French descent who does not write her profiles in the 3rd person.
Born and raised in Houston, TX, I have successfully wormed my way across many a border and have, in effect, managed to infect all that I survey with my particular
brand of grea-ness. My books are very character-driven with a focus on flawed, dynamic, culturally-diverse characters and strong, smart female protagonists.