Meanwhile, Daniel's lady friend Gaille has been lassoed in to touring a television archaeology crew through a lesser-known area of important archaeological finds, but finds their steps thwarted by the local tourist police steering them away from certain spots. They, too attempt a night-time exploration and get into even more trouble than Daniel! Now he has to try to rescue Gaille while avoiding his would-be assassin and a variety of legal and government authorities. The Exodus Questis truly an Indian Jones type adventure for the New Millennium!
Will Adams' style of writing, with short sections usually ending in a cliff-hanger, and each section rolling into what is happening in another locale with the other characters. One would think that it would be easy to find a place to stop in such a book, because there's always a good break, but it made me keep reading because I wanted to know how the storyline that had just had a break would play out. This one kept me up well into the night! I also liked all of the ancient Egyptian and Jewish history in the book, comparisons of stories from different mythological traditions, and reading about the objects of daily life that were being excavated and how they might have been used.
The Exodus Questis a must-read for lovers of thrilling adventures and history.
Official FTC Disclosure: I received no compensation for this review, other than an uncorrected advance copy from Hachette Publishing.