Meet Sudi, Mari and Dalila, three girls living in Washington D.C. who find out they have one thing in common: they're descendants of Egyptian pharaohs. In this four-part series, based in Egyptian mythology, three 15 year-old girls inherit magical powers of transformation, the ability to cast spells, and the responsibility of protecting the world from the evil forces.
This first book follows Sudi as she and her new friends discovers their true identities. At first she fights her faith, insisting that Abdel, a Hour Priest tasked with training the girls, has the wrong person. As events unfold, she reluctantly accepts her faith realizing that is now out of her hands.
Ewing, author of Daughters of the Moon, weaves Egyptian mythology in an interesting tale. While the books are an easy read and the writing is quiet simple, those that enjoy Egyptian history will enjoy watching some come to life.
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