WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE POWER TO REWRITE HISTORY FALLS INTO EVERYONE'S HANDS?
A new Egyptian god has dawned. Pharaoh Neenho's sixteenth birthday brings the promise of innumerable festivals. Neenho, along with Kade and Assim, are looking forward to endless days of celebrations and, most importantly, the P ret Games Neenho may carry the pain of the past, but he is ecstatic to celebrate in his kingdom with the surrounding tribes he has aligned with. Even better, the water goddess is coming to Asir All is perfect, except the gods of Egypt have already interfered with Neenho's plans. Set, a formidable god in all of Egypt, is after The Book of Thoth, Egypt's written record that can be guided in any direction the author sees fit. With the help of Egypt's lower and upper goddesses, Wadjet and Nekhbet, Set also enlists the gruesome lioness, Sekhmet, and her lethal human deities, the Cuh'et, to take the Book of Thoth and rewrite Egypt's history, not only how man came to be but the creation of the gods. The battle for the book leads to a new world when an unexpected author sends the gods, all deities, Neenho, and Izzi into the Book of Thoth to live rewritten tales.