In ancient Egypt, Thalia is pursued by two men, Count Ashtyn, who has made a vow to win her love and restore her heritage, and a dark figure who swears never to rest until she has taken her proper place as his bride.
|Series||A Leisure book|
|Contributions||Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||CPB Box no. 2840 vol. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||308 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||308|
|LC Control Number||2009389346|
"Filled with history and romance, Daughter of Egypt is a definite read." —Simply Romance Reviews. About the Author. Constance O’Banyon, a USA Today bestselling author, has more than forty books to her credit. A third-generation Texan, she lives in San Antonio with her husband, Jim/5(24). Daughter of the Gods tells the triumphs and tragedies of Egypt’s most successful female pharaoh. This novel shows a unique side to Hatshepsut. At first, she is reluctant and unwilling to be queen/5(). Daughter of the Gods is an epic story that unfolds the story of Hatshepsut, second daughter of Pharoh Thutmose I, wife of Thutmose II in 's BCE Ancient Egypt. In an interview at the back of the book, author Stephanie Thornton states that she likes to write about strong women and hopes it will draw readers to her stories/5. Asenath, Daughter of Egypt Paperback – January 1, by Marilyn Kay Stout (Author)/5(3).
The Daughter of Egypt will be put to shame; she will be delivered into the hands of the people of the north.” New American Standard Bible "The daughter of Egypt has been put to shame, Given over to the power of the people of the north." New King James Version. Mara, Daughter of the Nile holds up amazingly well for a 60+ year old YA book. Set in ancient Egypt, it's the story of Mara, a bright, feisty slave girl who unexpectedly finds herself forced to act as a spy for both sides of a conflict over the throne of Egypt. Either side is likely to immediately kill her if /5. Pharaoh's Daughter tells a surprisingly well-rounded tale about Moses sister--the one who offered to find a nursemaid when Pharaoh's daughter found baby Moses in the Nile. This sister, named Almah, is not your typical Hebrew pre-teen/5. However, comparing DAUGHTER OF EGYPT and MARA is like comparing apples and oranges. MARA, a book about the 18th Dynasty, takes place over years before DAUGHTER OF EGYPT. I hope Constance O'Banyon continues to write on ancient Egypt and Rome.5/5(3).
Daughter of the Gods tells the triumphs and tragedies of Egypt’s most successful female pharaoh. This novel shows a unique side to Hatshepsut. At first, she is reluctant and unwilling to be queen. She is unprepared for the role that was suddenly thrust upon her/5(). The pharoah’s daughter, unnamed in the Bible, ultimately becomes a huge figure in Jewish and Egyptian history, not by her name, but by her deeds and by her faithfulness to one of God’s chosen people. Hatshepsut’s death occurred in B.C. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Daughter of Egypt by Constance O'Banyon, , Leisure Books edition, in English Daughter of Egypt ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Daughter of Egypt. [Constance O'Banyon] -- In ancient Egypt, Thalia is pursued by two men, Count Ashtyn, who has made a vow to win her love and restore her heritage, and a dark figure who swears never to rest until she has taken her proper.