When ancient Egypt’s High Priest, Nesatum discovers a magical disk sent to earth by the Fool; a child god of major mystery, he takes it to his unrequited love, a seer, called Mutemwia. Mutemwia prophesises mankind's doom, should the disk not be hidden from three other magical weapons: a sword, a cup and a wand.

Pharaoh Nectanebo II is presented with the disk during an assembly at karnack temple. He is guided on a cerebral journey with the Fool, where he has an epiphany: to love is greater than to evolve. Upon his return, he foresees an army approaching Egypt...

In a race against time the three of them are on a mission to hide the disk, and survive.

A free short story by MICHELLE MOORE

The Justice Of Re

“When teenage sisters, Chione and Maibe practice the mysterious art of divination in ancient Egypt, a fight for survival ensues between a stranger and their uncle Haafiz, after a Pharaoh’s tomb is found.”


 

 
 

A free short story by MICHELLE MOORE

The Justice Of Re

“When teenage sisters, Chione and Maibe practice the mysterious art of divination in ancient Egypt, a fight for survival ensues between a stranger and their uncle Haafiz, after a Pharaoh’s tomb is found.”

The Fool

Set in ancient Egypt, the author's knowledge of this era is exceptional. The first chapter pulls you in and keeps you turning the pages. The exquisite writing and descriptions make this book a must read.

susangfrompa, Jan 2018

MICHELLE MOORE

Born in London, England, Michelle Moore first became inspired by ancient Egypt when she was six years old during a visit to the British museum. Many years later Michelle engrossed herself in the Thoth Tarot by Aleister Crowley and travelled to Luxor, where she fell in love with the temples at Karnack.

Michelle was inspired to write her paranormal story ‘The Fool’ by combining her beliefs in the Thoth tarot system and her love for Egyptian culture, which led to six years of dedicated research between her husband going away on deployment and her looking after their son.

In 2016 Michelle was published in an anthology for The Salisbury Writer’s Circle after studying under a renowned playwright, Ms. Jayne Woodhouse. A hard copy of the ‘Secret Garden’ is on permanent display in an ancient cemetery in Salisbury.

MICHELLE MOORE

Born in London, England, Michelle Moore first became inspired by ancient Egypt when she was six years old during a visit to the British museum. Many years later Michelle engrossed herself in the Thoth Tarot by Aleister Crowley and travelled to Luxor, where she fell in love with the temples at Karnack.

Michelle was inspired to write her paranormal story ‘The Fool’ by combining her beliefs in the Thoth tarot system and her love for Egyptian culture, which led to six years of dedicated research between her husband going away on deployment and her looking after their son.

In 2016 Michelle was published in an anthology for The Salisbury Writer’s Circle after studying under a renowned playwright, Ms. Jayne Woodhouse. A hard copy of the ‘Secret Garden’ is on permanent display in an ancient cemetery in Salisbury.