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DOWNLOAD The Heretic ueen 108 ☆ In ancient Egypt a forgotten princess must overcome her family’s past and remake historyThe winds of change are blowing through Thebes A devastating palace fire has killed the Eighteenth Dynasty’s royal family–with the exception of Nefertari the niece of the reviled former ueen Nefertiti The girl’s deceased family has beRi is pushed aside an unimportant princess left to run wild in the palace But this changes when she is taken under the wing of the Pharaoh’s aunt then brought to the Temple of Hathor where she is educated in a manner befitting a future ueenSoon Nefertari catches the eye of the Crown Prince and despite her family’s history they fall in love and wish to marry Yet all of Egypt opposes this union betw. Awful awful awful This ranks way up on my list of Worst Books Ever Written The author didn't know if she was supposed to be writing historical fiction soft core and very unerotic porn or chick lit with all the name calling and backstabbing and gossiping There wasn't a single sympathetic character in the bunch and I especially hated her depiction of Ramesses Here's a guy who's supposedly head over heels in love with Nefertari and he can clearly see what an amazing diplomat she is and yet it takes him what two or three years to finally decide to make her his chief wife Even if this is how events actually progressed the author certainly didn't go to any lengths to make us understand the reasoning behind their actions They were all drab lifeless caricatures Not recommended at allPSBad writers evidently stick together I just saw a glowing review of this book by Susan Fraser King the author of the eually odious Lady Macbeth on 's website

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Een the rising star of a new dynasty and the fading star of an old heretical one While political adversity sets the country on edge Nefertari becomes the wife of Ramesses the Great Destined to be the most powerful Pharaoh in Egypt he is also the man who must confront the most famous exodus in historyNefertari tells her story simply humbly and in a clear voice that will attract readers– Romantic Time. I love historical fiction especially reading about women rulers Though I am mostly addicted to reading about the Tudors I wanted to read something differentThe Heretic ueen is the first Michelle Moran novel I read Looking at her other books Michelle seems to have a penchant for Egyptian women rulersThe Heretic ueen focuses on one of the lesser known ueens of Egypt Nefertari who was ueen Nefertiti's niece She is called The Heretic ueen since Nefertiti had abandoned the Gods Egyptians worshiped and instead had turned to a single God something which was never accepted by the peopleNefertari's childhood friend Ramesses II is made Pharaoh Her future is uncertain and bleak She fears being forgotten and left to a life of a lonely temple Priestess This is when Wosertit Ramesses' aunt takes Nefertari under her wing She hopes to make Nefertari Ramesses' Chief wife Conseuently dramatic events unfold that play a defining role in Egyptian historyEgypt and its rulers have always fascinated me Research into this novel must have taken a lot of time and effort I admire Michelle for that Her efforts show in the intricate way everything has been described the politics traditions rules the clothes the celebrations the art the architecture religion and so onThough The Heretic ueen is not completely based on true events it really doesn't matter because it makes the book intriguingNefertari was a very likeable character You can't help sympathizing with her She is caring intelligent brave strong and determinedThis book is very well written The plot was gripping from the first page itself Every character was well defined Lots of drama action and many tense moments will keep you enthralled The court intrigue the politics and the scheming have been vividly described Michelle makes ancient Egypt come alive in front of our eyesI could imagine everything she described I could feel see smell ancient EgyptI am looking forward to reading her other novelsOverallCompelling and engrossingRecommendedYes To all fans of historical fiction

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The Heretic ueenIn ancient Egypt a forgotten princess must overcome her family’s past and remake historyThe winds of change are blowing through Thebes A devastating palace fire has killed the Eighteenth Dynasty’s royal family–with the exception of Nefertari the niece of the reviled former ueen Nefertiti The girl’s deceased family has been branded as heretical and no one in Egypt will speak their names Neferta. Loved it loved it loved it I don't normally gush about a novel but I enjoyed this even than 'Nefertiti' I really didn't want it to end It was a vivid captivating page turner and I thoroughly enjoyed being immersed in the Ancient Egyptian world I have been interested in Ancient Egypt since my own school years then helping my sons with assignments on Ancient Egypt; the pharoahs the Gods their customs and burial practices I have always found their highly advanced civilisation fascinating Nefertari the orphaned daughter of Mutnodjmet and niece of the infamous Nefertiti is an absolute delight in this novelShe is kind hearted and moral like her mother but very strong and clever without being calculating I was caught up in the love story between Nefertari and Ramesses the Great Nefertari's battle to gain the respect and admiration of Egypt and her triumph over her family's checkered past I await Michelle Moran's next novel 'Cleopatra's Daughter' with much anticipation and great impatience