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The Last Camel Died at Noon by Elizabeth Peters
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Mar 09, 2010

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Only because this novel was selected by my reading group did I persevere to the end, reading every word. The novel dragged, bogged down by monotonous fluff. Toward the end of the novel, there was some interest as to which handmaiden was to be trusted, Amenit or Mentarit. Also, how Tarek would get Amelia and Emerson out of the Holy Mountain, a ancient civilization that the current 1897 world did not know existed. This is my first Amelia Peabody book to read. Therefore, based solely on this book, I definitely do not understand the reader enthusiasm reflected in the majority of Amelia Peabody book reviews.

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