Publish date: June 7th 2011
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 291
Edition language: English
Though dry at times, I enjoyed this fictional account of Cleopatra's life. The first half of the book is my favorite, recounting Cleopatra's life when she is a young girl. Her later years felt rushed, and the ending was too abrupt for my liking. Full review to follow at www.mangamaniaccafe.com
Ok, so confession time: I'm a bit obsessed with Cleopatra. Or Kleopatra as I believe it should be spelled, but let's not get into that argument right now. There's mystery surrounding her that I love. Another confession: I don't really know all that much about her. Other than that she was queen of Eg...
Rating: 4.5This was my very first book by Carolyn Meyer and I wonder why I have never read anything by her before! Cleopatra Confessesis a chilling, fast-paced & fantastic retelling of the legend that is Cleopatra. Told from her early years to her early twenties, Cleopatra Confesses is an intriguing...
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