Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Egypt's Sister by Angela Hunt Review

Egypt's Sister
A Novel of Cleopatra
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by: Angela Hunt


You Don't Know Her Name. The World Remembers Only Her Greatest Friend: Cleopatra.

Raised together in the Alexandrian palace, Chava, the Hebrew daughter of the royal tutor, and Urbi, an Egyptian princess, become as close as sisters--and rivals with their dreams of greatness. When Urbi unexpectedly ascends the throne as Queen Cleopatra, Chava believes their bond is strong enough to survive. But absolute power has a way of changing everything.

The ultimate betrayal rips Chava from everything she's ever known and sends her to the lowest rung of Roman society where she must choose between love and honor, between her own desires and God's will for her life, if she hopes to rise again.

I received a complimentary copy.

Cassandra's Review-  As a reader, I thought this book was first very interesting, but then as I went into the folds of the chapters it became this great story.  It covers everything that a reader who is into the genre, would expect and crave.   The author certainly created this for more advanced readers and ages.

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