Synopses & Reviews
"The Cat of Bubastes" which is set during 1250 BC is one of G. A. Henty's most popular works. When the Rebu nation is conquered by the Egyptians and their king is killed, the young prince Amuba is carried away as a captive to Egypt, along with his faithful charioteer, Jethro. When the young prince accidentally kills the successor to the Cat of Bubastes, one of the most sacred animals in Egypt, the two are forced to flee and attempt to return back to their homeland. A captivating tale of adventure set during the height of the Egyptian empire, "The Cat of Bubastes" will entertain and delight fans of the historical fiction genre.