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Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

If you've read any historical romance novels, Pauline Gedge's Child of the Morning fits comfortably within the standard form: there is a beautiful, independent, intelligent woman who tries to fight ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Francoise McKay - Goodreads

This was the first book that introduced me to the works of Pauline Gedge back when I was a freshman in college. I have tried to read absolutely everything that Pauline Gedge has written since, and it ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Kate Long - Goodreads

Probably more 3.5 stars than 4. I had a little bit of trouble getting into this book at first, but I really enjoyed it once I did (maybe a few chapters in). On the negative side, I found the writing ... 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  - Shelley Schanfield - Goodreads

Another of Gedge's vivid and utterly believable recreations of the past. I knew nothing about Queen/Pharoah Hapshetsut; this book certainly provided a lot of information about her time and place ... 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  - Lisa - Goodreads

As a fan of Michelle Moran and a devotee of historical fiction, I expected to love this book. Wholeheartedly. Unabashedly. But several pages in, I found myself struggling not only to like it, but to ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Andrea - Goodreads

I had great expectations of this book. I have read all of Michelle Morans's wonderful books on ancient Egypt, and the subject of this novel is so fascinating - the only female Pharaoh, Hatshepsut. But ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Diana Wilder - Goodreads

Lusciously written, lots of detail - but I had trouble getting beyond the speeches of one of the characters: "She is not as beautiful as I, but she is well enough." "This is the place where you will ... Read full review

Review: Child of the Morning

User Review  - Rusty - Goodreads

Quite an interesting read. This is the story of Hatshepsut, daughter of Pharoah Thothmoses I. He also has a son, Thothmoses II. Gedge does a remarkable job of taking us back to the Egypt of Hatshepsut ... Read full review


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