The Harmony of Isis

The Harmony of Isis This is an alternate Cover Edition for ISBN ISBN Maggie discovers a powerful pendant made by a Freemason at the end of his life and her dreamworld begins to break into he

  • Title: The Harmony of Isis
  • Author: Catherine M. Walter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 269
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is an alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10 0615837530 ISBN13 9780615837536.Maggie discovers a powerful pendant made by a Freemason at the end of his life, and her dreamworld begins to break into her waking moments The pendant s curious symbols are the key to understanding the deep connections between the foundation of the Masonic Fraternity, the gods of an ancient EThis is an alternate Cover Edition for ISBN10 0615837530 ISBN13 9780615837536.Maggie discovers a powerful pendant made by a Freemason at the end of his life, and her dreamworld begins to break into her waking moments The pendant s curious symbols are the key to understanding the deep connections between the foundation of the Masonic Fraternity, the gods of an ancient Egyptian myth, and the rural landscape of her beloved alma mater Her college town s original settlers were Masons who chose the area for obscure reasons related to the pyramid builders Maggie s visit there pulls her into an adventure thousands of years in the making as the gods in the myth come alive, reaching through time to further their goals The HARMONY OF ISIS weaves a thread of love through all of human history Written by an anthropologist, it connects several memorable places on earth with a multi layered approach that answers some of the most puzzling questions ever posed.

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    1. Until reading The Harmony of Isis, it was difficult to think of ancient civilizations in anything other than abstract terms. Walter, an anthropologist by trade, brought to life the world of the Pharaoh and ancient Egypt in her gorgeously woven tapestry of a tale that juxtaposes the ancient with the modern, the light with the darkness, and the good with the evil. She humanizes people whom we are only used to seeing in heiroglyphic drawings by making them “real” people with pain, fear, joy, je [...]

    2. Free book for honest review. juliesbookreviewThe Harmony of Isis is an unconventional, yet curiousfantasy/romance novel. Maggie, a museum curator, finds herself entrenched in a love triangle with two hunky rock star brothers. Her plight is somehow reminiscent of the relationship between Isis, Osiris,and Typhon in ancient Egypt. In fact, the author hints that Maggie may herself be a reincarnation of Isis,and that one of the boys is actually Osiris, Isis’ true love, who was murdered by Typhon in [...]

    3. I don't think that any of the following contains spoilers - in that it's stuff you'll pick up in the first few pages. And it's not like I've said that Maggie lives in a world (view spoiler)[ where dreams come true. (hide spoiler)]I'm sitting at my day job writing this review because that's where I do my best work.“The Harmony of Isis” is not a normal read for me. I don't tend to go for Paranormal. [Those of us in the know abbreviate paranormal to “PN,” which is counter-intuitive because [...]

    4. Wasted TimeThe writing is very simplistic, the storylines very shallow. When I obtained this I had hoped for a bit more depth to Nephthys account. Instead this was more like reading some sort of summary of an afterthought regarding a "forbidden" sexual experience. I am not denying the truths which she basis her story on, instead I am saying how she presents it is without depth, or consideration It's not a short story, merely a few pages of summarized fantasy A waste of time & a disrespect t [...]

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