Repeating History: Book One
Both Aston and Grant have a talent for finding trouble—it’s what landed them at the Stanton School for Boys—but this time, their mischief might send them to a completely different world.
When they accidentally destroy their teacher’s priceless archaeological artifacts, he demands they replace them. And since the teacher in question is Merlin, refusing isn’t an option for the two boys. Thanks to Merlin’s magic, they’re about to become time travelers.
The first piece on their list is the Eye of Ra, a mystical amulet belonging to the young King Tut. Ancient Egypt is nothing like Aston and Grant expected, with its war, disease, and lack of modern technology. To survive, they must befriend King Tut and learn to trust him—and each other. In a primitive world, where death and danger wait around every corner, one thing is clear: revisiting history could cost someone their life.
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The Eye of Rae
I enjoyed the step back into history. The author made the pharaoh come to life. Visiting the pyramids and Sphinx was incredible.
Unexpected male bonding.
Not sure how to title this -was not expecting it to be a coming of age between two male characters and their love affair.
it would have been nice if that was mentioned in the synopsis of the book to give the reader a choice as to what they are exposed to and what they do not want to be exposed to.
Eye of Ra
This could be a great historical YA series. I believe readers need to be aware of the homosexual under-current.