Mara, Daughter of the Nile by Eloise Jarvis McGraw

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Anyways, all in all a good book, I thought. I was caught up in the suspense of trying to keep up with the double-agent-ness and who she would end up staying loyal to. Towards the end, I became more concerned over whether or not she would be killed by either party once she was found out. I didn’t like that it wasn’t very easy to keep track of everyone’s name and who they were. I had to write down names and key words about them so I could remember.

I also liked that it took place in Egypt, because I’m a big fan of the Ancient Civilizations (and one day hope to learn to read hieroglyphs).

© Cori Endicott December 2008


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