Eye of the Moon

  • Title: Eye of the Moon
  • Author: Dianne Hofmeyr
  • ISBN: 9781416910671
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eye of the Moon When Isikara discovers the beautiful Queen Tiy of Egypt has been killed and her eldest son Tuthmosis is facing the same fate she finds herself on the run with the young prince to get help to return
    When Isikara discovers the beautiful Queen Tiy of Egypt has been killed and her eldest son, Tuthmosis, is facing the same fate, she finds herself on the run with the young prince to get help to return him to his rightful place on the throne of Egypt.

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      Published :2019-02-22T17:54:04+00:00

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    329 Comments


    1. One of the best Egyptian books I've read, amazing ending and great storyline. Anyone looking for a good book I recommend this one to the fullest!

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    2. "Eye of the Moon" is a captivating historical fiction novel set in Ancient Egypt. I enjoyed every minute of it! Hofmeyr's excellent use of foreshadowing kept me turning the pages, wanting to know what was coming next. I'm excited to start the second book in this series, and definitely recommend "Eye of the Moon" to anyone who's interested.

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    3. Egyptian set story of Isikara and her adventure with the pharaoh's son.

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    4. Plenty of action, including warfare and other graphic violence, recalled in first-person by a strong FMC who (no spoiler, this) has had two fingers chopped off to stop her from shooting a bow. Her three sidekicks are equally bold in their quest for personal and political justice in 18th Dynasty Egypt. (The story aims to flesh out the few facts--and claims--that archaeology gives us about Pharaoh Thutmose IV, turning them into a cohesive and spellbinding adventure. I'm not an ancient Egypt freak, [...]

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    5. Unfortunately, this is a Did Not Finish as, though it was full of clear research on the author's part, I got weary of the romance cliches (seriously, getting jealous because Love Interest just looked at another pretty girl? So old and I've seen it way too many times before), and the characters felt too two-dimensional, and mostly there to further plot or be the classic villain, love interest, or ally. Also, I highly questioned Thutmosis having *blue* eyes, when there probably wasn't any mixing w [...]

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    6. Nice read for 4th-6th graders.

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    7. Good take on that time period and a good read for the Kane Chronicles lovers. Plan on reading the second one.

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    8. hay naku sana makita ko na ung sequel nito ang tagal ko na hinahanap wala pa din ako makita :ptssssssssssssss.

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    9. Great Egyptian adventure

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    10. The best story set in ancient Egypt ive read, other storis have wither been too ovr the top and violent x

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    11. It was like hold doing all of Egypt in my hand

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    12. I REALLY liked this book. Adventure, romance what more could you want?! Oh, and it's set in Ancient Egypt! Even better. If I could, I'd give it 4 1/2 stars.

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    13. Attention all readers! This book will blow your mind if your the type of person who likes the adventrous books like Indiana Jones books. This is a book where every page is an adventure.

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    14. Ancient Egypt is one of the periods of history I find fascinating and this book was just brilliant, as well as having everything a book should have.

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    15. see my full review atswordandsandalkids

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    16. Rating: 3 / 5This book is honestly just ok. I'll admit that I didn't know what the intended audience was age-wise, and so I was a bit surprised to find that the story was written as being more simple than the original summary on made it seem, and of course the text was bigger and the content altogether more "innocent". If I were younger, I would probably like this book a bit more. I don't dislike it or anything, but there's really very little to be said about it. The characters areh, so-so. The [...]

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