This is the second book in the Oracle Prophesies series by Catherine Fisher. It's set in a world that is the same mix of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Greece as in the first book (The Oracle). I liked the first book so much that I wanted to read the second in the series and I haven't regretted that decision.
However, just as I may have said in my review of the first book, I see very little of Greece in the book's cultural setting (some names, basically). To me, it's mainly Egypt, but there's also a confusing goddess that seems to be more inspired by Native American or perhaps (I'm not that knowledgeable when it comes to the latter) Polynesian or African culture. Of course, that in no way ruins the enjoyment of the book.
I like the main character, Mirany, who is a priestess, enough to be able to relate to a her. The other characters are interesting too and the setting and the plot are well written. I don't know what else to say except that I can recommend this to people who like fantasy that isn't 'the usual'. It's not that different, but different enough, I suppose I should say.