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The Woman Who Would Be Pharaoh by William  Klein
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Jan 06, 10

bookshelves: abandoned, adult-fiction

The writing, especially the details about ancient Egypt, was pretty accessible. However, I stopped around the 50-page mark. It seemed pretty trashy. The story was broken into several threads covering several classes in ancient Egyptian society. And each thread had an element of violence/sex/violent sex that was off-putting, odd, and distracted from the story.

I was repelled and had no desire to continue.
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