The BookBanter Facebook Group is closing in on a thousand members, so here’s the next BookBanter Boon to get us over the hump and reaching that special goal. This time it’s another special twofer, and I’m giving away two books by John Grisham: a finished copy of Theodore Boone: Kid Lawer and an advance reader copy of Ford County: Stories.
The rules are the same as before:
- You need to be a member of the BookBanter Facebook Group.
- You need to leave a comment on this post. It can be about BookBanter, about your favorite food, what you like to do for fun, or how much you want to win this BookBanter Boon!
Entries will be accepted until the group hits 1000 members, and then I’ll make an announcement when the competition will end and then I’ll pick the lucky winner.
The Oxford University Press, as many of you scholars already know, is famed for producing inimitable compendiums and texts that anyone interested in history or literature simply must own. And the have done it again with The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt. While the book is pretty small for encompassing an entire civilization of dynasties, gods, beliefs, and thousands of years of ancient happenings, it nevertheless somehow manages to do the job. With tons of black and white photos, as well as many colored plates, together with an interesting and detailed text. The Oxford History of Ancient Egypt tells the reader much more than they can ever hope to know about the most mysterious of ancient civilizations.
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Originally published on October 21st, 2002.
Originally published in the Long Beach Union.