Black Pyramid by A.D. Stewart
When Ambers and Jonathan travel to Egypt to investigate a newly found pyramid, they have no idea that they are putting the future of the entire world in danger. They have stumbled upon an evil secret which has been hidden by the SandWalkers since 5091 BC. The fate of the world is up to the SandWalkers: Siaak, Myaten, and Kiros.
Stewart combines the past of the Ancient Breads of Egypt with present day seamlessly.
From page one the evil, magic, and action unfolds in such a way that you don’t want to put this masterpiece down. The characters are enchanting, full of life and clever. The witty and snappy dialog keeps you surging ahead in the novel.
Although, the SandWalkers are the handsome, muscled, magical stars of the novel, Ambers takes a leading role. I love her sassy! Whether you are a man or woman, there is sure to be a character that you will fall for and dream of taking home.
I believe A.D. Stewart is the next Stephenie Meyer or J. K. Rowling. I believe that Stewart’s writing surpasses both.
Cover Art Ang’lis
Model: Andrei Claude