The golden goblet

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Coward-McCann, 1961 - Juvenile Fiction - 248 pages
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A young Egyptian boy struggles to reveal a hideous crime and reshape his own destiny.

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I enjoyed the character development and story line. - Goodreads
... and the ending does bring tears to your eyes.) - Goodreads
This book is well written and researched thoroughly. - Goodreads
The vocabulary was easy and the plot was simple. - Goodreads
The writing itself was very good. - Goodreads
Wonderful ending as well. - Goodreads
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It was an ok book. The description of Ranofer's emotions were kind of weak in the text and the events that were happening didn't give much of a suspenseful feeling as it was suppose to give, but overall, this was a good book.

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User Review  - Jonatan Hernandez - Goodreads

This book was ok because it was very informative about ancient Egypt. I also liked how this boy Ranofer is willing to do anything to get away from Gebu. I didnt like that it was awfully boring because ... Read full review

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Section 1
7
Section 2
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Section 3
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