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FAYE T. KNIGHT grew up in a house of storytellers in Washington, DC. She enjoys studying different cultures and learning about their myths and fables. Daughters of Qora is her first novel. It reflects her interest in Egyptology, Indian food, archaeology and ancient Nubian history. She is currently working on the sequel.
on March 06, 2015 :
This is a very imaginatively told story about a Princess's struggle to free her people and re-unite her planet. Filled with imaginatively described locations, creatures, and magical powers.
The author makes good use of descriptive language, especially many of the metaphors: - 'I see falcon scouts retreating to the palace. They flit across the sky like grains of pepper.'
Reminded me of the 'Dune' books by Frank Herbert. Faye Knight creates a fantasy that draws the reader in to a world of characters with mystical powers and one with a magical heart.
A few editorial issues with this book, but very enjoyable and stimulating nonetheless.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)