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User Review  - dragonasbreath - LibraryThing

This book makes an interesting read. It makes ancient Egypt approachable and understandable... and to the young girls it reminds them that regardless of what your society tells you - ANYTHING is ... Read full review

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User Review  - LisaMaria_C - LibraryThing

I loved this book from when I first discovered it in my teens. It's a novel of Hatshepsut, the only woman to ever reign as Pharaoh, and it's vivid and lush without ever being purple, conjuring up a ... Read full review

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User Review  - Kasthu - LibraryThing

I donít read much historical fiction set in ancient Egypt. I read Judith Tarrís Pillar of Fire (about Amunhotep); and another one whose name is escaping me at the moment; and Michelle Moranís books ... Read full review

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User Review  - nieva21 - LibraryThing

The beginning wasn't that good... but it has gotten really good so far especially with the journey that Hatshepsut, Thothmes and her father are making, taking her away from Senmut her love. Summary ... Read full review

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User Review  - Peggy72 - LibraryThing

While studying Ancient History in high school I will never forget coming across Hatshepsut, the second woman in Egypt's history to wear the Pharoh's double crown. This is her story set in the 15th ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Julia Gonzalez - Goodreads

I have reread this book like a hundred times and I never tire from it. I love the fact that this story is about a woman often unnoticed in history. Pauline Gedge's story is full of interesting ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Goodreads

I have reread this book like a hundred times and I never tire from it. I love the fact that this story is about a woman often unnoticed in history. Pauline Gedge's story is full of interesting ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Lara Hart - Goodreads

This is my desert island book. I first read it when I was 11 years old and have re-read it more than 100 times since. Although written as a romance, the feel of history coming to life permeates the story here. Hatshepsut, Senmut, Thothmes I, II and III are very real people. Excellent read. Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Goodreads

This is my desert island book. I first read it when I was 11 years old and have re-read it more than 100 times since. Although written as a romance, the feel of history coming to life permeates the story here. Hatshepsut, Senmut, Thothmes I, II and III are very real people. Excellent read. Read full review

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User Review  - grnpickle - LibraryThing

I thoroughly enjoyed this book on the life of Hatshesut, Egypt's only female pharaoh. It was engaging from the beginning to end. Read full review


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