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I think its great how she knows so many languages. I think this book is for anyone 8 and older.
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Im only half done and I think its unbelievable. Mossface7 More than 1 year ago This book is second in line of my favorite Royal Diaries books. WHen I first picked it up, I was like, "Okay, this book is about some Egyptian girl from a couple thousand years ago.
How boring! THis is really interesting! Guest More than 1 year ago I enjoyed this book greatly but I couldn't believe all the killing! The epilogue was interesting about how Cleopatra was the only one to live the longest but she only lived to age 39!
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Still it was a very good book. I'm not sure if I cared for the authors constant second guessing of the horribleness of life in Egypt. For example, Cleopatra wonders if she will continue with the bloody executions, and she frowns on the chained up men forced to row across the sea, anyone who could keep a leopard as a pet in her room would understand power and bloodsport. Pictures are also included in this book and a family tree, the author admits that it is a confusing one, and was she right!
People seemed to like to name their children after themselves and call them something else, making for very confusing history. This just took 2 hours to read and I really enjoyed it. The reader is immediately captivated by the life of 12 year old Cleopatra - her father, Ptolemy has disappeared fearing for his life, and her sister, Trypthphaena has assumed reign of the kingdom.
Ultimately she learns that Trypthaphaena and her supporters are out to kill her and Ptolemy. Cleopatra is also gravely concerned about her father's alcoholism and his ability to rule Egypt, and gradually she realizes that she must rise to meet the challenges of ruling an empire and become Queen of the Nile. The reader can relate to Cleopatra's fears and worries while trying to maintaining an air of confidence at most times.
Cleopatra's diaries are rich with detail and the reader can practically feel what it is like to be in the comfort and luxuries of an Egyptian palace, to experience the excesses and slums of Ancient Rome, and to truly relive the culture and lifestyle of the time. The language suggest that although Cleopatra is only an adolescent, she is highly educated and has many resources at her disposal to learn Latin, about other cultures - truly a royal lifestyle.
The journals also communicate themes that are relevant to modern times - navigating through a dysfunctional family, coming of age, and development of a self-identity. The author provides resources as an afterword with art and pertinent historical figures that support the details featured in the journals.
Great historical fiction book for ages Interesting, easy to read, and fun. Mluke04 on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago By writing this story in the form of a diary, the author is able to draw the reader into the story because they feel like the main character is talking to them. This style is very effective for capturing the interest of intermediate students and readers.
This is an example of historical fiction because even though Cleopatra was a real person and the events in the book actually happened, the diary is fictional. The author is using the historical events and information to create a diary of what Cleopatra might have written.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago Loved this book! Guest More than 1 year ago this book is so good!
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It gives so much description on what life was like back then and it makes history interesting! Anonymous More than 1 year ago Very good vocabulary and explaining. This author proved that people can write history in a fun and exiting way. Related Searches. Corrupted: A Jason King Thriller. The Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East consists of desolate plains and inhospitable mountain The Kamchatka Peninsula in the Russian Far East consists of desolate plains and inhospitable mountain ranges.
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