Publish date: July 10th 2007
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Pages no: 463
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, African Literature
, Egyptian Literature
Intriguing, but around the halfway mark becomes a bit meh3.5
It's not a bad book, but it's not Pauline Gedge. Narrator here is too much of a prefect princess.
Ambition, greed and treachery abound in this telling of the controversial Pharaoh Amunhotep and his consort, Nefertiti. Together they turned Egypt on her head (and quite possibly the pharaohs in their tombs), as they committed heretical acts against the prevailing political and religious dictates o...
"And what do you think information can do?" I called after him. "In the wrong hands," he replied over his shoulder, "it can do anything." Thankfully this book was from the point-of-view of Nefertiti's sister, Mutnodjmet, because based on the portrayal of Nefertiti in this book if it had been from h...
I don't think this book is one of the best literary books in existence, and I'm not sure if I would recommend it to other people. However, I really did love reading this book. I read it way past my bedtime and could not put it down. "I'm just going to read for 30 minutes," I told myself. Yes, I read...