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Ney from Egypt's Black Land across the deadly heat of the Red Land over the sea to the legendary kingdom of Punt There in the god's own valley she must confront the bleakness of fate the totality of loss and the terrifying frailty of eternity L M Ironside's celebrated saga of the Thutmosides continues with Book Three Sovereign of Sta That ending TT I think my only complaint with this book is how Neferure went for a dive off the deep end She killed her own father for crying out loud Everything else everyone else was absolutely perfect Especially Thutmose oh I loved him And his new wife Thank heavens for strong capable men and strong capable women like them Now to grab the final book and finish the series Ty jesteś moje imię confront the bleakness of fate the totality of loss and the terrifying frailty of eternity L M Ironside's The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy celebrated saga of the Thutmosides Complete Amber Sourcebook continues with Book Three Sovereign of Sta That ending TT I think my only Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet complaint with this book is how Neferure went for a dive off the deep end She killed her own father for Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, crying out loud Everything else everyone else was absolutely perfect Especially Thutmose oh I loved him And his new wife Thank heavens for strong Detective Wanda Wolfe capable men and strong Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości capable women like them Now to grab the final book and finish the series

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Hatshepsut has fulfilled her divine destiny and taken the Pharaoh's throne But she knows her position is precarious In all Egypt's long history never has a woman ruled as king and Hatshepsut must use all the cleverness and bravery at her disposal to keep the reins of power from tangling in her fist As she wrestles with foreign enemie LM Ironside is proof that indie publishing is a force to be reckoned with Granted I ve got horror stories but often than not the independentself published books I ve come across have been top notch Ironside s She King historical fiction series has truly kept me spellbound and it s going to be tough waiting for the next book I found that I enjoyed her take on ueen Hatshepsut Here is a powerful yet flawed ueen seeking to do the right thing according to maat or truth It was also interesting to see the relationship between herself and coregent Thothmes In many books it s often been depicted as adversarial which was used to explain the defacement of her monuments and temples after she disappeared However modern archaeologists aren t so certain it was Thothmes who ordered such defacing actually it depends on which one you askNeferure was so tragic and I felt sorry for a young woman not suited to rule the way her mother did In an interesting way she reminded me of her ancestor the Heretic King Akhenaten in that both were concerned with spiritual matters rather than temporal onesEagerly awaiting the next book KING cleverness and bravery at her disposal to keep the reins of power from tangling in her fist As she wrestles with foreign enemie LM Ironside is proof that indie publishing is a force to be reckoned with Granted I ve got horror stories but often than not the independentself published books I ve Ty jesteś moje imię come across have been top notch Ironside s She King historical fiction series has truly kept me spellbound and it s going to be tough waiting for the next book I found that I enjoyed her take on ueen Hatshepsut Here is a powerful yet flawed ueen seeking to do the right thing according to maat or truth It was also interesting to see the relationship between herself and The Many Lives of Fitzwilliam Darcy coregent Thothmes In many books it s often been depicted as adversarial which was used to explain the defacement of her monuments and temples after she disappeared However modern archaeologists aren t so Complete Amber Sourcebook certain it was Thothmes who ordered such defacing actually it depends on which one you askNeferure was so tragic and I felt sorry for a young woman not suited to rule the way her mother did In an interesting way she reminded me of her ancestor the Heretic King Akhenaten in that both were Jadę sobie. Azja. Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet concerned with spiritual matters rather than temporal onesEagerly awaiting the next book

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S and domestic politics her heart becomes ever troubled Her daughter Neferure distant and strange since infancy is chosen by one goddess in particular Hathor the Sovereign of Stars she who wears seven faces and not all her faces are gentle Her fight to retain her hold on power peace and Neferure will carry her on an incomparable jour Sovereign of Stars the next instalment in L M Ironside s She King series is an utterly fantastic read It is engaging but still offers a seemingly authentic Ancient Egypt and populated with complex characters with complex relationships Following on from the previous instalments in the She King series The Sekhmet Bed The Crook and Flail Sovereign of Stars tells the story of Hatshepsut Egypt s most renowned female pharaoh during her years as kingGood news everyone you re not going to have to listen to me complain and rant about how Ironside handled Hatshepsut s relationship with Thutmose III Far too often in fiction about Hatshepsut this relationship is depicted as bitter rivals with one thrown into the role of irredeemable villain and the other as the wronged but rightful king Instead Ironside gives their relationship a depth rarely seen depicting their bond as a mother and son bond There are times when Hatshepsut and Thutmose clash yes but it s done in a believable way a natural progression of their characters and their relationship This is so rare in Hatshepsut fiction that I was tempted to give Sovereign of Stars five stars solely for that effortBut Sovereign of Stars earned that five star rating in other ways Once Ironside s depiction of Ancient Egypt feels realistic and authentic It s very rare that this feat is pulled off in Ancient Egyptian historicals yet Ironside s Egypt feels so natural and real that it s simply extraordinary This is not only true for the setting but also the people who populate itIronside s characters are rich and detailed given flaws I loved that despite Hatshepsut being the daughter of the god Amun was still given flaws she s paranoid and prideful to the point of arrogance neglectful of her daughter and I liked that Thutmose III was not just reduced to a war hungry wannabe soldier as he so often is that Neferure was unlikeable but also sympathetic Neferure s relationship with her mother Hatshepsut was a roller coaster of a ride multifaceted and difficult Neferure is a slippery figure in Egyptian history with no one knowing uite what happened to her or the roles she played in Hatshepsut s court Ironside s choices may be controversial but they make for such an interesting story that I personally can than live with I enjoyed that Neferure s fate was left up in the air though part of me longs for retributionIn all honesty if I hadn t read the historical notes beforehand I wouldn t have noticed that Ironside did set a few events earlier in time But knowing I didn t mind this especially as Ironside did explain in the notes why she did it and these changes do propel the story forward I did take issue with the decision to send Hatshepsut to Punt I accept that there s a very slim possibility that Hatshepsut travel to Punt with during the famous expedition there in her reign But like I said it s a very slim possibility along the lines of well we don t have any evidence that she did but we have nothing explicitly stating that she didn t and I didn t feel the story really justified the change from history I understand why it s tempting for any author writing about Punt to try and find a way around the fact that Hatshepsut in all likelihood didn t travel to Punt The Punt expedition is a pretty big deal especially when we talk about Hatshepsut but if you play it by the book you have to deal with the fact that Hatshepsut is pretty much an observer and bystander having a hand in the decision and the planning but then only witnessing the departure and the triumphant return But while I m glad that Ironside was able to give us a vivid recreation of Punt and introduce us to Ati I didn t really feel like Hatshepsut s journey to Punt added much to the story except to allow Thutmose and Neferure to act out while Hatshepsut was away and to foreshadow the disasters to come for Hatshepsut Despite this small niggle Sovereign of Stars is completely brilliant a sheer joy to read I am little saddened that this seems to mark the end of Hatshepsut s story but I look eagerly forward to reading The Bull of Min next year Cotas Claim chosen by one goddess in particular Hathor the Sovereign of Stars she who wears seven faces and not all her faces are gentle Her fight to retain her hold on power peace and Neferure will The Captured Princess (Taken by Vikings, carry her on an incomparable jour Sovereign of Stars the next instalment in L M Ironside s She King series is an utterly fantastic read It is engaging but still offers a seemingly authentic Ancient Egypt and populated with Pamięć - brzemię i uwolnienie. 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About the Author: Libbie Hawker

Libbie was born in Rexburg Idaho and divided her childhood between Eastern Idaho's rural environs and the greater Seattle area She presently lives in Seattle but has also been a resident of Salt Lake City Utah; Bellingham Washington; and Tacoma Washington She loves to write about character and place and is inspired by the bleak natural beauty of the Rocky Mountain region and by the fascina



10 thoughts on “Sovereign of Stars The She King #3

  1. says:

    I’m afraid I have to say I’m disappointed again I feel bad writing that when I read Libbie Hawker’s debut book The Sekhmet Bed a few years ago I thought it showed promise although it had some problems mainly being hampered by the sisters’ rivalry designed to appeal to mainstream publishers and after re r

  2. says:

    LM Ironside is proof that indie publishing is a force to be reckoned with Granted I've got horror stories but often than not the independentself published books I've come across have been top notch Ironside's She King historical fiction series has truly kept me spellbound and it's going to be tough waiting for the next book I found that I enjoyed her take on ueen Hatshepsut Here is a powerful yet flawed ueen seeking to do the rig

  3. says:

    Crossposted on BooklikesIn her afterword to this third volume of the She King Series Ironside apologizes for playing a little fast and loose with history She doesn’t play as fast or as loose as Philipana Gregory and unlike Gregory that afterword discusses the changes and presents the reality In many ways the apology i

  4. says:

    Sovereign of Stars the next instalment in L M Ironside's She King series is an utterly fantastic read It is engaging but still offers a seemingly authentic Ancient Egypt and populated with complex characters with complex relationships Following on from the previous instalments in the She King series The Sekhmet Bed The Crook and Flail Sovere

  5. says:

    The story of Hatshepsut first woman pharaoh in the Thutmose Dynasty was compelling and informative She ruled for 22 years and oversaw extensive

  6. says:

    I loved this third installment of this series I finished it too uickly This is one of those stories where you want it to be longer b

  7. says:

    This is the third book from the series The She King In this story Hetat triumphantly rules as She King and besid

  8. says:

    That ending TT I think my only complaint with this book is how Neferure went for a dive off the deep end She killed her own father for crying out loud Everything else everyone else was absolutely perfect Especially Thutmose oh I loved him And his new wife Thank heavens for strong capable men and strong capable wo

  9. says:

    Another fascinating tale Libby does it again Egyptian court intrigue and masterful descriptions so powerful you ca

  10. says:

    this one just got pushed to the backburner it got really dark near the end poor Hatet

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