The Castors of Giza

The Castors of Giza In the golden age of Egypt the glory of the kingdom is rising to unprecedented heights The united kingdom is thriving and expanding and great stone monuments are rising from the fertile banks of the

  • Title: The Castors of Giza
  • Author: Chris Hambleton
  • ISBN: 9781475104424
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • In the golden age of Egypt, the glory of the kingdom is rising to unprecedented heights The united kingdom is thriving and expanding, and great stone monuments are rising from the fertile banks of the Nile The Fourth Dynasty of Kemet is growing stronger under its ambitious new leader, Pharaoh Khufu His father, King Sneferu has established a legacy of extravagant monumenIn the golden age of Egypt, the glory of the kingdom is rising to unprecedented heights The united kingdom is thriving and expanding, and great stone monuments are rising from the fertile banks of the Nile The Fourth Dynasty of Kemet is growing stronger under its ambitious new leader, Pharaoh Khufu His father, King Sneferu has established a legacy of extravagant monuments and massive building projects, and his son will not allow himself to become a lesser king With the science of pyramid construction now perfected, Khufu has determined to build the grandest monument of all time the Great Pyramid Itennu, a rising official for the new king, has been commissioned for a critical mission to discover and secure new mineral resources in the arid eastern wilderness And construction of the new pyramid cannot begin unless the expedition succeeds Over the course of his journey, Itennu encounters a man who will profoundly change the way he sees the world, a man who has been promised to become the father of many nations.

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  • Chris Hambleton

    I began my first book titled Project Exodus in the fall of 1992 when I started college This was before the days of Print On Demand publishing POD and the book ended up being shelved when my engineering coursework became difficult Fast forward to 2005, when I had taken up an interest in studying the Antediluvian Age and the Ice Age that followed I looked around for a book that accurately portrayed it, and since the few I found at the time weren t what I was looking for, I decided to go off and write my own A few outlines later, I found that I had come up a framework from which many books could be written.Meanwhile, the situation in the Middle East began to heat up with the Iraq War, and the subsequent nuclear race of Iran I felt led to write another book detailing the roles of these nations among others according to my views and interpretations of the Bible And thus The Time of Jacob s Trouble was born.While that book was going through the publishing process, I went back and re visited Project Exodus and ended up re writing most of it, keeping only the rough plot and a handful of scenes This was later renamed Endeavor in Time and happened to be published a week or so before the first book was released.In the spring of 2010, I was able to go on a study tour in Israel which had a deep impact on my understanding of the land and the Jewish people Soon after I returned to the States, I began researching Israel s history again and decided to rewrite The Time of Jacob s Trouble into a trilogy, which has been released in 2011.I m also the creator and owner of the EzekielWatch website, which tracks the latest news and developments in the Middle East, along with a comprehensive study of the Ezekiel 38 39 prophecy and dozens of news links to the nations involved in the future invasion of Israel.

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  • Is a combination of Biblical history and a fantasy book; the author extracts different theories about the ancient Egyptians days and their lives living in the surrounding lands. This story surrounds one certain Pharaoh who is appointed to the throne of Kemet: Khufu. His father was a master builder and command that the slaves build majestic pyramids, the burial site for royalty. The Pharaoh wants to be honored by the underworld gods and decides to best his father and create the greatest pyramid a [...]


  • *I received this book as a Goodread's First Reads Giveaway I'm so happy that I got a chance to read this book! I love historical fiction and Egypt is one of my favorites within that genre. This book is mixture of biblical and historical fiction (fantasy also if you see events of the bible as fantasy). Although this book does have heavy biblical references and influence, it's not annoying. For me, I'm not a Christian nor do I believe in the bible, so when I read or hear things that are heavily bi [...]


  • Interesting historical novel, not a romance but true historical fiction, set in ancient Egypt and Old Testament times, and covering some of Abram/Abraham's travels and the building of the Great Pyramid of Giza. So how was that big sucker built? The author uses Joseph Davidovits' theory of dissolving the limestone and casting it in place, which to my lazy mind, at least, certainly beats the idea of hauling tons of stones up various ramps. Only the granite chunks used in the King's Chamber would h [...]


  • “The Castors of Giza” by Chris Hambleton blew me away. At first I thought it was just another good book about ancient Egypt but the more I read the harder it became to put down. I was totally captured in the story.The author did an excellent job of tying the various storylines together. What started out as a story about the building of the Great Pyramid took on new meaning when the author brought Abram and Sarai and the Biblical story of their trip to Egypt into the story. I love when an aut [...]


  • Chris Hambleton has done it again! This is another novel that is full of scientific facts and Biblical history along with a story line to keep you turning the pages. Mr. Hambleton flawlessly weaves Abraham and Sarah into the stories of the pyramids. I really enjoyed the Biblical passages at the end of the book along with commentary from experts in the field of stone casting and archaeology. The book definitely held my interest and I recommend it to people who are interested in Christian Fiction, [...]


  • In Castors of Giza, Hambleton weaves a story with a fascinating perspective on Egypt, the story of the Pyramids, and Abraham. Castors of Giza is well written historical/biblical fiction. The character's are well developed and their individual story lines flow together well. My only criticism is that the ending seemed less developed than the rest of the story and could have had more detail. -Note I did receive this book as part of a good reads giveaway, but the review expressed is 100% my own.



  • Am interesting and very plausible take on how the pyramids might have been built interwoven with the biblical story of Abraham. Loved it!


  • How to build a pyramid? This novel offers an answer to the age old question plus a bit about Abram and Sarah's time in Egypt. The appendices are informative.




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