If that's really all you're looking for. More avid Egyptologists may find all of this a little too light for their tastes, but 'Son of the Light' has its moments. The description and dialogue is simple and easy to follow; for anyone who is relatively new to ancient Egypt or historic fiction, it's probably a good book to start with.
Historical inaccuracies can be found here and there, but action is plentiful and the pace is fast. I'll admit I found it difficult putting this down! It's gripping, but lacks any essense of the ancient civilisation. Characters are flimsy and the villians are very two-dimensional, the kind of baddies you'd find in a fairytale. The only characters that stood out to me were Seti and Iset, but it was only just so. This first book of the Ramses series is good, but the sequels just don't live up to it at all. Dialogue and descriptions become weaker. It doesn't take very much for you to find the repetition in situations annoying and mediocre.
A good read, overall, and in some parts a little bit average. Don't expect to learn anything about ancient Egyptian culture in it; this book should simply be read for the sake of enjoyment.