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Title: The Price Of Forgetfulness

Genres: Mythology, fantasy, drama, thriller/suspense.

Rating: PG-13

Summary: What if the enemy of your an angry god bent on revenge? An original myth.

Writing status: Completed.

Writing date: Circa 2002.

Length: 8000+ words.

Content warnings: Fantasy violence, mild adult language, mild adult themes.

Copyright: This story and all characters, unless otherwise stated in the Disclaimers, are copyright © tehuti_88 and may not be used or distributed without permission. The reader is free to print out or download a copy of this story for offline reading as long as the author's copyright information remains upon it. Please do not distribute; if you wish to share this story, send a link to this page.

Disclaimers: Certain characters are from Egyptian mythology. Although aspects of this story are loosely based on Egyptian mythology and culture, artistic license has been taken as this is a FANTASY story. Please take note that this story was written around 2002 and that my writing style and understanding of the mythology I created may have changed vastly in the meantime.

Additional info: NA.

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Author's note: This short story ties in with the other Kemet short stories and/or the Kemet/Egyptian mythology as I make use of it in my writing; as such, it might not make much sense out of context. This is the final completed/rewritten story from the original City Of The Sun collection. I wish I knew why this particular theme keeps recurring in my works. Not really much else to say, as the story speaks for itself. An error--the measurement "feet" is used, something I would eschew in an ancient Egypt story today.

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This item is NOT looking for literary critique. I already understand spelling/grammar, and any style choices I make are my own. Likewise, I am NOT seeking publication, so suggestions on how to make this publishable are not being sought.

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If in the course of enjoying the story you do find something that you feel could use improvement, feel free to bring it up. Just know that that's not my primary purpose in posting this here.

If you have any questions about the story or anything within it, feel free to ask.

I do hope you enjoy!
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