"Our eyes were riveted to each other as it came to life in my belly, taking me further and further into the night, the pleasure and oblivion of the outside world."
Alia is a great reporter who is not afraid of anything: she has had her share of incredible events and all-too-real horrors in life. This report on exceptional archaeological excavations in Egypt should allow her to relax and take a step back.
Who better for a nocturnal visit of the funerary city than a gorgeous and mysterious guide who seems to know everything about its occupants? Anen takes Alia on a sensual and passionate journey into the heart of ancient Egypt and its traditions. But is it all real?
Born in Montreal to a Breton father, Chrystelle LeRoy’s family owned a zoo from which she derives a passion for observing animals and nature. As an adult, she became a historian, working for museums in Canada and France before specialising in digital writing where she won several awards. She introduces a dose of exoticism into her novels, often built on a background of historical reality.