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Noah's Wife by T.K. Thorne
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Oct 26, 2010

it was ok
bookshelves: historical-fiction, middle-east, kindle
Read from March 09 to 11, 2011


-The heroine and especially her banter with Noah. Laughed out loud when she told him he stank upon meeting him.

-Her relationship with the bird and other animals. I thought that was beautiful.

-The book is extremely well written.

-Despite the fact it is about Noah, the book is not preachy or Christian at all. It's simply a story and it chronicles a time when people were torn between Mother Godess and Father God..


-I grew very bored as the heroine (I can't spell her name without looking back at the book. Pardon me) roamed and traveled the woods either with her captors or in her attempt to get away from them.

-Mother Godess this, Mother Godess that.. strange rituals and women claiming to be priestesses... not my thing. There came to be so much of it by the 60% mark that I began to skim.
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15.0% "I can't believe she told Noah he stinks.. Nice! LOL"
30.0% "I'm surprised by how little religious this is.. and pleased. I was a bit worried, but this doesn't preach at all."

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