Child of the morning

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Dial Press, 1977 - Biographical fiction - 403 pages
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Reared by her Pharoh father to assume his throne upon his death, Hatshepsut - a real historical figure - has to contend with her weak half-brother before she can realize her dream.

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Wonderfully written... it was like walking through a door through time. Great start and even greater end...

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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

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Interview | Pauline Gedge
"Child of the Morning was my first novel. It was published in 1977. And at that time I was wearing my hair in a blunt cut and it was very dark: sort of a ... profiles/ gedge.html

Hatshepsut Bookstore
Child of the Morning by Dorothy Sharp Carter, Michele Chessare ... Child of the Morning is Pauline Gedge's historical fiction account of the life of Pharoah ... hatshep/ bookstore.html

Quill & Quire » Pauline Gedge profile
Gedge went on to write Child of the Morning in six weeks and arrived at a personal ... Child of the Morning won the contest, earning a spot on Macmillan ... authors/ profile.cfm?article_id=1379

Words at Large | CBC Radio | Pauline Gedge Interview
Her first book, Child of the Morning, won the Alberta Search-for-a-New Novelist .... You wrote Child of the Morning in six weeks and developed a personal ... wordsatlarge/ blog/ 2007/ 11/ pauline_gedge_interview.html

Ancient Egyptian Forum :: View topic - need a little help
Laughing Anyways, any ideas would be a lifesaver! Has anybody read Child of the Morning by Pauline Gedge? If so, what did you think? ... board/ viewtopic.php?p=15367& sid=86ef556df3c483b6ef282de32c9ad3e0

Pauline Gedge
Pauline Gedge is the award-winning author of the bestselling titles Child of the Morning, The Twelfth Transforming, Scroll of Saqqara, House of Dreams, ... g/ pauline-gedge/

Child of the Morning (The Hera Series) Od Pauline Gedge | librarything
Vše o Child of the Morning (The Hera Series) Od Pauline Gedge. librarything is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers. work/ book/ 742763

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... also wrote one of the best novels about Hatshepsut (the only female Pharaoh; Cleopatra was never "Pharaoh", only Queen), entitled Child of the Morning. ... forum/ religion-philosophy/ 70713-why-do-people-rely-nonsense-religion-3.html

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Child of the Morning [Books in Review]. 77 (Summer 1978): 103-106. Grace, Sherrill E. (Reviewer). Child of the Morning [Books in Review]. ... search.php?cmd=search& formsearch=Search& mode=fulltext& words=nightwood

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Hatshepsut has been my favorite since I read Child of the Morning by Pauline Gedge. She did an excellent job of historical research, although the rivalry ... archive/ index.php?t-84203.html

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