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  1. says:

    This seuel to House of Dreams also known as Lady of the Reeds was actually written as a response to the overwhelming reader populari

  2. says:

    Pauline Gedge is becoming one of my favorite authors 5 stars

  3. says:

    I love reading Pauline Gedge Her novels are always so easy to read but they're never simplistic with complex characterisations and plots Yet there's something about House of Illusions that just doesn't sit well with me and it's that the ending feels very idealised The two main figures of the conspiracy – the

  4. says:

    Pauline Gedge as usual is probably the best writer of Egyptian Fiction Her characters and scenes are euisitely detailed whether she writes in the third or first person House of Illusions continues the story of Thu and her son who were separated under edict of Rameses III The ending and events although near the end were rather fantastical and

  5. says:

    A thrilling historical novel the follow up to 'House of Dreams' The characters in the version were much likeable one of the main issues with the first book Thu redeems herself in this page turning finale The only downside was a sense of disbelief at the ending

  6. says:

    Call me cold hearted but I actually liked the tragic ending of House of Dreams It was realistic and stayed true to the less than happy tone of the novel But I guess Pauline Gedge just couldn’t let it end there and wrote House of Illusions to give Thu her revengeThere is only one word to describe this seuel cliché The plot is like that of a Hollywood movie and Pauline Gedge had to do some serious fact changing to wri

  7. says:

    This a superb conclusion to the book Lady of the Reeds which I read over a decade ago I never knew there was a seuel to it until I happened to be looking up this author on my Nook and discovered the seuel I bought it and fo

  8. says:

    An excellent seuel to the first Lady of the Reeds by Gedge Obviously read the first book in order for this book to make any difference uick and interesting it will occasionally surprise you It's also nearly impossible to read in multiple sittings I was nearly unable to drag myself away from it because when the

  9. says:

    I enjoyed this book as much as I did House of Dreams I saw where one reviewer said he or she sorry I cannot rememb

  10. says:

    Great Gedge Seuel to Gedge's House of Dreams provides closure for most of heroine Thu's issues left over from that book her son her pharaoh her passion her craft and her own survival High levels of poetic prose provide pleasure to literary readers and general alike Historical base seems accurate and cultural details were

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Pauline Gedge is a master at recreating the golden age in Egypt Her heroine Thu a peasant girl from the village of Aswat possesses both beauty and intelligence To her good fortune Thu is found and brought to the center of society She is chosen and t. I love reading Pauline Gedge Her novels are always so easy to read but they re never simplistic with complex characterisations and plots Yet there s something about House of Illusions that just doesn t sit well with me and it s that the ending feels very idealised The two main figures of the conspiracy the master puppeteer Hui and the assassin Thu are left to live their lives as they like with no recriminations Thu at least was punished and I was rooting for her throughout House of Dreams and House

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The lowly temple of Wepwawet near the first cataract House of Illusions opens on Gedge's vividly recreated Egypt sixteen years after Thu's banishment During her exile she writes an account of her court life and the betrayal for which she seeks reven. I enjoyed this book as much as I did House of Dreams I saw where one reviewer said he or she sorry I cannot remember which didn t particularly like how the story switched narrators I really thought about that a lot while I was reading this novel and I came to the conclusion there really wasn t a way to tell this particular story in first person and have enough to fill a whole novel Also I think having the those other perspectives help lend some depth to the story I don t think this novel will make much sense l-arbre-aux-sept-vies-les-sept-fils-de-phil-atilde-copy-mon particularly like how the story switched narrators I really thought about that a lot while I was reading this novel and I came to the conclusion there really wasn t a way to tell this 28 Detective Conan 28 particular story in first Cabin Boys person and have enough to fill a whole novel Also I think having the those other Yom Kippur As Manifest In An Approaching Dorsal Fin perspectives help lend some depth to the story I don t think this novel will make much sense

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Rained for the court of Pharaoh Ramses Her talent and guile win her a post in the harem Thu rises in favor is betrayed in a court intrigue that threatens her life and falls from grace Pharaoh spares her life but banishes her to serve the priests at. Call me cold hearted but I actually liked the tragic ending of House of Dreams It was realistic and stayed true to the less than happy tone of the novel But I guess Pauline Gedge just couldn t let it end there and wrote House of Illusions to give Thu her revengeThere is only one word to describe this seuel clich The plot is like that of a Hollywood movie and Pauline Gedge had to do some serious fact changing to write this novel After all the real Thu and her grown son he was not an infant at the time of