The Twelfth Transforming

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Harper & Row, Jan 1, 1984 - Fiction - 407 pages
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The reign of Pharaoh Akhenaton is troubled by a struggle for power involving the pharaoh's proud mother, his uncle, the leader of Egypt's army, and the beautiful Nefertiti.

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I'm rereading this book after finishing the: ("Twice Born", "Seer of Egypt", "King's Man") trilogy. I first read "Twelfth Transforming" many years ago, probably when it was first published. I've long ... Read full review

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More like 3.5 stars... Originally gave it 4 stars but thought more about it and I'm veering more towards 3 now. Warning to those who haven't read it yet: this book is rife with incest and includes ... Read full review

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Pauline Gedge's books have been published in several languages and have won many awards. Her first novel, Child of the Morning, was an international best seller. She won the Writers Guild of Alberta Best Novel of the Year Award for The Twelfth Transforming. She lives in Alberta, Canada.

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