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Casting the Gods Adrift - cover

Casting the Gods Adrift

Geraldine McCaughrean

Publisher: A&C Black Childrens & Educational

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A thriller set in ancient Egypt between 1351-1354 BC. Tutmose and Ibrim's father, the animal dealer, is commanded by the new pharaoh Akhenaten, to bring him animals - lots of animals - for his new capital city. The boys' father is delighted. But he has no idea what the pharaoh's strange new religion will mean for all of them...

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