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Shadow Hawk
by Andre Norton




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Rahotep was the son of a noble Egyptian family, but an older half-brother had unjustly deprived him of his place at court and had secured his transfer to a distant desert outpost. There he led skirmishes against the Hyksos invaders who, in about 2000 B.C., had overrun Egypt and destroyed much of her ancient might.It was a time of intrigue and danger, a time when a young man might do great things. And Rahotep dared With his band of splendid Nubian archers, skilled in the arts of desert warfare, he joined the sons of the Pharaoh in the first organized attack on their oppressors and proved himself, against great odds, a valiant citizen and courageous warrior.Andre Norton combines authentic detail and careful research in a narrative filled with swift action, violence and high courage. Shadow Hawk vividly recreates the ancient world of Egypt and its people in an important moment in history.

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Overview

Rahotep was the son of a noble Egyptian family, but an older half-brother had unjustly deprived him of his place at court and had secured his transfer to a distant desert outpost. There he led skirmishes against the Hyksos invaders who, in about 2000 B.C., had overrun Egypt and destroyed much of her ancient might.It was a time of intrigue and danger, a time when a young man might do great things. And Rahotep dared With his band of splendid Nubian archers, skilled in the arts of desert warfare, he joined the sons of the Pharaoh in the first organized attack on their oppressors and proved himself, against great odds, a valiant citizen and courageous warrior.Andre Norton combines authentic detail and careful research in a narrative filled with swift action, violence and high courage. Shadow Hawk vividly recreates the ancient world of Egypt and its people in an important moment in history.


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  • ISBN-13: 9781680680232
  • ISBN-10: 1680680234
  • Publisher: Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency
  • Publish Date: February 2018
  • Page Count: 230
  • Reading Level: Ages 10-17
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.48 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.69 pounds


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