Discovering Exodus Lost
As a writer I also have to read to improve my work and also for inspiration. Because I write fantasy I tend to read alot of science, occult and history books. My bookshelf seriously had my parents worried and scared dates away at the end of the night. All for the sake of my art! It’s fine because while in search for that spark I discover great books that fill me with knowledge and force me to ask questions which leads to answers which then leads to writing.
I’ve recently discovered or should I say found Exodus Lost by SC Compton. Before I get into the book I want to tell you a bit about the author, because his made me appreciate the book even more.
As a child, living in the rainforests of Peru with his grandparents, he spent time exploring Incan ruins in the nearby Andes. As an adult and a scholar he has traveled to archaeological sites in Egypt, Mexico, Greece, Israel, and Turkey and to relevant museum and library holdings across Mexico, Europe, and America. He has dedicated fourteen years to the research and writing of this book!
I thought to myself “This had better be good.”
Well it certainly was! Actually it was amazing. I can not believe this is a nonfiction book. Of course the author offers footnotes and reference notes to prove support his research. If you have ever wondered about the mysteries of Ancient Egypt and how they related to the civilizations that resided in Mexico then this book is definitely for you.
The author’s writing style is smooth and less academic than a text book this allows it to be read as a story. A mind-blowing story because of the fact that it’s true and it actually happened! I’m trying to find another book to compare it to but I can’t really think of one. Exodus Lost is unique not only because of the thought and effort put into it but because of the way it presents information and mysteries that you may always wondered about.
Discover Exodus Lost
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