Book Reviews of Sands of Destiny

Sands of Destiny
Sands of Destiny
Author: Becky Lee Weyrich
ISBN-13: 9780821753118
ISBN-10: 0821753118
Publication Date: 5/1/1996
Pages: 430
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 5 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Paperback
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While vacationing in Egypt, Pia Byrd daydreams about living in ancient times. Spotting a golden eyed Greek sailer, she dares to add forbidden desire to her fantasies. Then, at a local marketplace, Pia finds herself drawn to a mysterious miniature crystal pyramid. Before she can protest, the handsome sailor buys it, breaks it in two, and gives her half. Suddenly bright colors surround her, and she is standing in a marble palace, dressed in a diaphanous gown. Before her is golden eyed Darius, a man with the face and form and the passions of a god. Caught between todays world and long ago time of primitive desires, Pia is transformed intoa queen and given a chance to find a ove that can span the ages, but can never be denied.
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Reviewer: Tamara (Atlanta, GA) -
This book takes you on a love roller coaster. It starts with a vacation that turns into the best adventure ever noted. Olympia, Pia Bird, desperately wants a piece of rock that is believed to be chipped from the great Alexander the Great. Ironically, the peddler that introduced the beautiful stone to Pia Bird has sold it by the time she found her father, to a handsome young man with golden locks named Darius. The golden haired hunk gives Pia a piece of tbe stone and from there the book takes you on an emotional roller coaster into the life of Cleopatra, The Great Julius Caesar, Mark Antony, Darius and Olympia. This book is filled with on the edge writing. The author exhibits a strong story into tbe life of Cleopatra and how she loved. Cleopatra exudes strength, courage and wisdom. Through this power, Olympia learns what it is to love. I enjoyed the way the book takes you back and forth from current day to noted history. I enjoyed the innocence in both Olympia and Darius. This is a fabulous book if you love on the edge fiction.