Sons of the Sphinx
she could die over 3300 years from home!
Tackle the elements & evil of Ancient Egypt...
A history-changing battle...
A Travel Thriller...
Fifteen-year-old Rosa doesn't see dead people...
She hears them & talks to them.
When she agrees to help King Tut's ghost find his lost queen & clear his family's name, she doesn't count on falling for him.
In Ancient Egypt, Rosa discovers finding Tut's queen is not as easy as she thought...
She & Tut must also outwit an evil pharaoh determined to stop them...
Even if it means one of them must die.
- Paperback | 188 pages
- 129 x 198 x 10mm | 191g
- 14 Oct 2014
- Silver Quill Publishing
- United Kingdom
Recommended for fans of historical YA." Historical Novel Society
"Sons of the Sphinx is an engaging work of fiction that incorporates many fascinating historical facts that are skillfully intertwined within the pages of a truly terrific read. Sons of the Sphinx comes highly recommended and has earned the Literary Classics Seal of Approval." Literary Classics
"Cheryl Carpinello is a very talent writer that has you living the lives of these characters as you're reading this story, you can almost smell the spices or the perfume that's in the air or feel the sun on your skin will traveling through the desert." An Amazon Review
"...Sons of the Sphinx is a riveting madcap ride through a fascinating time in Ancient Egypt's history. Readers meet not only King Tut but his controversial father, King Akenhaten, and his famous stepmother, Queen Nefertiti. Insights are given into ancient life, and Egyptian mythology is explored. Best of all, the story is both fun and educational." An Amazon Review
"A definitely different take on Egyptian lore and when a long dead pharahor makes an appearance in a young high school girl's room, she's really not ready for what comes next. It was a quick read with some humor and sarcasm in a good way(of course)." An Amazon Review
"CROSSING THE SANDS OF TIME--The author has done a marvelous job of negotiating the disputed points of this era and woven them into a seamless time travel historical adventure for middle grade, teen readers and adults. Her characters are well-developed and manage to appear authentic in both the ancient and modern time periods." An Amazon Review