Twilight in Babylon Babylon a city of legendary richness a civilization as sophisticated as it is decadent provides fertile and fabulous backdrop for the final installment of the time travel series that began in ancien

  • Title: Twilight in Babylon
  • Author: Suzanne Frank
  • ISBN: 9780446611657
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Paperback
  • Babylon a city of legendary richness, a civilization as sophisticated as it is decadent, provides fertile and fabulous backdrop for the final installment of the time travel series that began in ancient Egypt, transported us to a doomed Greek island inhabited by Gods, traveled to the court of the Biblical king David, and culminates with a historical adventure of epic propoBabylon a city of legendary richness, a civilization as sophisticated as it is decadent, provides fertile and fabulous backdrop for the final installment of the time travel series that began in ancient Egypt, transported us to a doomed Greek island inhabited by Gods, traveled to the court of the Biblical king David, and culminates with a historical adventure of epic proportion.When Chloe and Cheftu find themselves in Babylon, they again step into lives not their own Cheftu is an Aryan soldier, Chloe a beautiful Jewish goldsmith From their relative positions, they are plunged into the intrigues of a city on the edge of invasion, as the fiery young Cyrus, future emperor of Persia prepares to seize Babylon First, however, the would be sovereign must find three sacred golden objects, objects shrouded in mystery and invested with mythic power Objects that Chloe just happens to possess The wisecracking heroine now uncomfortably pregnant with twins becomes the inadvertent object of a massive and deadly treasure hunt, as a doomed ruler, a future King, a prophet and several armies join a search for a magical prize Blending Biblical narrative, ancient legend, high adventure and a heavy helping of passion, Twilight Over Babylon will delight fans of fantasy, history, and romance alike.

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    1. The first three books in this series are among my all-time favorites so I was thrilled when this 4th installment came out. Parts of it were OK but then it went positively evangelical and full of Bible babble. Chloe and Cheftu apparently had a hand in all the important Old Testament stuff like Sodom & Gomorrah, tower of Babel, Hanging Gardens, etc etc. While the middle of the book was good, much of the rest was extremely weird and "fuzzy". An unsatisfying conclusion to what had been an exciti [...]

    2. Anything I say is a spoiler! I loved this book (I would, I'm the author) -- it's different than the others, because Mesopotamia is so different from the other cultures, but Chloe and Cheftu are in prime adventure mode and it was fun to piece together an ancient mystery's solution.

    3. Umpteenth reread 8/19/13: I love the way Frank mixes up ancient history, a hot love story, biblical allusions, and reflections on modern politics and society. These books are easy to read for enjoyment, but if the reader turns her brain on, there is plenty of meat and depth as well. I love how each book makes me feel like I'm immersed in the various ancient cultures. If you like history as via time travel, I recommend this series to you.Re-read once again 9/12/16. Now I'm off on a rabbit trail o [...]

    4. This was the final adventure for our time travelers Chloe and Cheftu. At the end of the last book they were living in Jerusalem. Chloe is burned in a house fire, dies, and ends up traveling to Mesopotamia. She enters the body of a marsh girl who is surviving a great flood and lands in the city of Ur. Months later Cheftu ends up in the body of En Kidu a fertility priest. Soon after she arrives a new star is discovered in the sky, a solar eclipse is predicted, and all the rulers are scurring about [...]

    5. Hm I don't really know what's my opinion this book.Strange, I think. More strange because I don't have there was a lot of important or rememberable stuff on it.It had a lot to do with religious stuff and while there was a lot of this in the previous books, too, I had no trouble keeping up. But here well. I never read the bible.I don't really liked this one and it was a fight to go through with it but I hate not end a book.Furthermore I am not satisfied with the end. I think Frank neglected ongoi [...]

    6. Time traveler Chloe despairs of being reunited with the love of her life, Cheftu, when she lands in the body of a marsh girl in ancient times. She struggles to fit in as she rises in rank but then has to flee when targeted for a human sacrifice. Chloe and Cheftu end up in the ancient city of Babylon where the purpose of their time traveling sojourns becomes clear.This story was harder to get into than the others in the series. Too many characters and switching viewpoints were confusing at first, [...]

    7. The last two books in this series have left me wondering why the author chose to write a fictional story based on fiction. The bible as history? Really? Then again, I do enjoy mythology and so I tried to read it in that light, but the seriousness with which the characters seemed to take these beliefs appeared to be, to me at least, the actual belief in the bible as historical fact by the author bleeding through. It comes off oddly when trying to show up the wickedness of the populations being de [...]

    8. When last we heard from Chloe and Cheftu, they were settling down in King David's Jerusalem. Frank's final installment of their journey, Twilight in Babylon, the fourth book, was difficult to find but I'm so glad I did. Like the second book in this series, this one was hard for me to get into. Less of Chloe herself was first seen in her new body. The time period, ancient Sumeria, also held my interest less. But once Chloe found her own consciousness, and with the appearance of Cheftu, the story [...]

    9. Hunh?She lost me again. The best description for this book is jumbled boredom with random spurts of interesting. It almost makes me feel like book three was written by a ghost writer, the style seemed completely different.

    10. I like this bookChloe si adorable, and her husband tooeir journey throuth time finished in Babylon, where thay stay for the rest of the days :D

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