Lady of the reeds

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Soho Press, 1995 - Fiction - 513 pages
27 Reviews
An accomplished historical novelist tells the story, set in ancient Egypt, of an intelligent, ambitious woman named Thu, who leaves her native village aboard the boat of a prophet and eventually becomes a powerful concubine of Ramses III.

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Review: Lady of the Reeds (Lady of the Reeds #1)

User Review  - Adrianna - Goodreads

Still not quite sure how I felt about this novel. I was really enjoying it until about the end, but I don't want to give any spoilers. Thu is quite ambitious and ruthless for a peasant Egyptian girl ... Read full review

Review: Lady of the Reeds (Lady of the Reeds #1)

User Review  - Eva - Goodreads

Absolutely loved it ! From the first to the last page. Can't wait to read House of Illusions.. Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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