September 14, 2009

Review: The Heretic Queen by Michelle Moran


Nefertari is the sole surviving member of the royal family when the palace goes up in flames. Her family was viewed as heretics and she was quickly overlooked. She had the opportunity to roam the palace and do as she pleased. When her aunt, Nefertiti visits the palace and decides to teach her about a queen's duty, Nefertari's life is forever altered.

I love to read about strong woman who not afraid to stand up when the time is right. This was a fantastic novel! Michelle, you rock!

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3 comments:

elnice said...

This is on the top of my list. I have been hearing great things about it.

BTW, you have been nominated
http://ellzreadz.blogspot.com/2009/09/heartfelt-award.html

Beth said...

I must add this to my WL!

I have an award for you:

http://bethsbookreviewblog.blogspot.com/2009/09/award-super-scribbler-award.html

Falling Off The Shelf said...

I just finished reading Cleopatra's Daughter and now I really want to read Moran's other titles. This one looks especially good, and I'm most definetly going to have to buy it as soon as I get the extra cash.