Sphinx Princess by Esther Friesner

November 10, 2009 at 3:23 pm 2 comments

sphinxNefertiti captures your imagination from the first page in Esther Friesner’s Sphinx Princess. Proud and independent Nefertiti is considered the most beautiful women in all of Egypt. However when she catches the eye of her Aunt Tiye her life is turned upside down. She is forced to move into the royal palace and given a marriage sentence. Whether she wants to or not at the end of three years she will marry Thutmose, who will become Pharaoh when his father dies. While this is the dream of every Egyptian girl, Nefertiti must survive in the palace in her worst nightmare, marriage to a demon in disguise. This was a wonderful book, and I would recommend it to all readers, because when you read this book everything else just disappears.

Gracie, 10th grade, Briarcliff Manor


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