Who doesn’t like to read review by Alexander Knorr, author of articles and books about pre Astronautics a good story? Anyone who takes a book in the hand, looking for a little rest and relaxation in this. Want to be entertained but still good. Rebecca shaw yale has plenty of information regarding this issue. If you can learn something even from the fabric of the book and you literally get adventure, this is the right book for me in any case. Frank Grondkowski thought alike when he first work be nicked the Pharaoh who?”has written down. Grondkowski tells its own story.
The story of his trip to Egypt, which became a true expedition through a fortuitous circumstance. Grondkowski uses not the grueling narrative styles of bestselling authors, but tells the story of his expedition in the history of the Egyptians so that each reader can identify with him. You can put up literally in his thrilling adventure, which he experienced with a local. With the locals, which he calls Dr. M., also found Grondkowski is someone who not only share local knowledge but which deals with the issues between the lines as well as also Grondkowski or the great model of Erich von Daniken and the dogma-like knowledge structure of Egyptologists in question. This was really another trip report”, the Sphinx is peppered with interesting facts about the pyramids of Giza, and other archaeological sites in Egypt. This travelogue is for old hands”the pre Astronautics and Egyptology although nothing really new, but the interesting writing Grondkowski delivers reading material for a few exciting hours of reading pleasure anyway. Frank Grondkowski: who stole the Pharaoh? The slightly different travel report. Individual publishing, 2009 ISBN: 978-3-935552-34-9 11,90 book review by Alexander Kane