Tyldesley pieces together as clear a picture as possible of the pharaoh's life, death and afterlife, using expert insight and a wealth of evidence to illuminate a compelling character and his universe.
[A] spirited and interesting account that sifts through the surviving evidence and seeks to combat the widely held belief that Tutankhamun was an insignificant king
Highly readable . . . the importance of discovering the truth - rather than the myths, rumours and scandals of the past century - comes to the fore.
[An] authoritative history . . . A thoughtful new account of Tutankhamun's life and afterlife.