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
This book is well written and researched thoroughly. - Goodreads
Wonderful ending as well. - Goodreads
The vocabulary was easy and the plot was simple. - Goodreads
The writing itself was very good. - Goodreads
Happy ending, though. - 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  - Emma Filbrun - Goodreads

Eloise Jarvis McGraw has got to be one of the best authors of children's historical fiction there is. We've read at least four of her books, and every one of them was a page-turner. The Golden Goblet ... Read full review

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