The Tale of Nefret

The Tale of Nefret

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by M L Bullock
     
 

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Twin daughters of an ancient Bedouin king struggle under the weight of an ominous prophecy that threatens to divide them forever. Royal sibling rivalry explodes as the young women realize that they must fight for their future and for the love of Alexio, the man they both love. The Tale of Nefret chronicles their lives as they travel in two different directions. One

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Twin daughters of an ancient Bedouin king struggle under the weight of an ominous prophecy that threatens to divide them forever. Royal sibling rivalry explodes as the young women realize that they must fight for their future and for the love of Alexio, the man they both love. The Tale of Nefret chronicles their lives as they travel in two different directions. One sister becomes the leader of the Meshwesh while the other travels to Egypt as an unwilling gift to Pharaoh.
From the desert to the throne room, The Tale of Nefret is the first book in The Desert Queen trilogy, the fictional story of Nefertiti, Queen of Egypt.

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ISBN-13:
9781522764144
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
01/17/2016
Pages:
226
Sales rank:
733,415
Product dimensions:
5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.48(d)

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The Tale of Nefret 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
This is a tale born and weaved through the harsh sands of the Sahara, of tales weaved within the cool oasis's called home of the people's. The tale is one of intrigue , hope, fear, love, and endless possibilities only ancient sands and cities lost would know. The author makes this tale seem like it could be true since it is lovingly written. Even though many stories and history was lost to the fire of the ancient library of Alexandria and buried beneath the sands of time it read like a story told by the camp fires of ancient people and the will to survive. I loved it and highly recommend it. The story captured my heart, while drawing me in, and made me want more. I purchased the rest of the series when the last page was read.