Lord of the Two Lands (Alexander the Great, #0)

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  • Hardcover
  • Lord of the Two Lands (Alexander the Great, #0)
  • Judith Tarr
  • English
  • 07 July 2017
  • 0312853629

About the Author: Judith Tarr

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Lord of the Two Lands (Alexander the Great, #0) Based on the premise that Alexander the Great was destined by the gods to be pharaoh of Egypt, and that the Egyptians knew it, Judith Tarr weaves a bright thread of magic into history wherein the Priests of Amon send the Pharaoh s daughter Meriamon to convince Alexander to come and take his rightful place. New Download Books Lord of the Two Lands (Alexander the Great, #0) by Judith Tarr – passionbusiness.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Lord of the Two Lands (Alexander the Great, #0)

  1. Gail Carriger says:

    Judith Tarr is a well known author within the SF F community but I don t think she has ever quite attained the broader recognition her books deserve My favorite of her work is Lord of the Two Lands, a fantastical alternate history of Alexander the Great moving into Egypt The main character, an Egyptian priestess named Meriamon, is sent as a lure, omen, and diplomat into the heart of the invading Greek army What makes Tarr brilliant is her writing style she uses short, punchy, fragmentary sen Judith Tarr is a well known author within the SF F community but I don t think she has ever quite attained the broader recognition her books dese...

  2. Rachel Neumeier says:

    What does Lord of the Two Lands offer the reader Let s see In 336 BC, Egypt lay under the yoke of Persia but from the north, a spirit of fire was moving across the world A great general, the king of Macedonia, had risen to challenge the might of Persia He was called Alexander, and the priests of Amon in Egypt saw that he was born to rule their ancient land So they sent Meriamon, daughter of Pharaoh, Singer and Priestess to find Alexander and persuade him to turn from the straight Eastwar What does Lord of the Two Lands offer the reader Let s see In 336 BC, Egypt lay under the yoke of Persia but from the north, a spirit of fire was moving across the world A great general, the king of Macedonia, had risen to challenge the might of Persia He was called Alexander, and the priests of Amon in Egypt saw that he was born to rule their ancient land So they sent Meriamon, daughter of Pharaoh, Singer and Priestess to find Alexander and persuade him to turn from the straight Eastwa...

  3. Joy says:

    This is the book that made me a Judith Tarr addict An Egyptian priestess princess joins the army of Alexander the Great as a healer, and to persuade him to drive out Egypt s Persian occupiers Meriamon has a spirit familiar who has stayed in my mind longer than most of the flesh and blood characters around Alexander.2015 Reading I do so love this book I started listening to the audio version and found it not up to my standards flat and nasal , so I reread the print version My favorite fanta This is the book that made me a Judith Tarr addict An Egyptian priestess princess joins the army of Alexander the Great as a healer, and to persuade him to drive out Egypt s Persian occupiers Meriamon has a spirit familiar who has stayed in my mind longer than most of the flesh and blood characters around Alexander.2015 Reading I do so love this book I started listening to the audio version and found it not up to my standards flat and n...

  4. Lisa (Harmonybites) says:

    I had read one book by Judith Tarr before this, Lady of Horses and it wasn t a happy experience I was most irked by it being one of those stories that thinks creating a strong female character means making almost every male character a jerk, and the novel struck me asfeminist pre history propaganda than plausible historical fiction I also remembered the style especially the sex scenes as rather graceless Yet I d heard good things about Judith Tarr as a historical novelist over the ye I had read one book by Judith Tarr before this, Lady of Horses and it wasn t a happy experience I was most irked by it being one of those stories that thinks creating a strong female character means making almost every male character a jerk, and the novel struck me asfemi...

  5. Summer says:

    This sounds amazing but I just couldn t get into the writing.

  6. Kristyn Jensen says:

    Great book The battles were well written about, the intensity of Alexander was easily perceived and the love story adds a sense of balance I loved when they came upon the place where Alexandria was going to be built, as well as the magic of Egypt guiding them into the dessert.

  7. Jessica says:

    Look at Alexander s conquest of Egypt they asked him for help, actually through the fictional character of a young Egyptian priestess sent to assure his success.

  8. Vicki Cline says:

    This is really historical fantasy, because the heroine, Meriamon, has a sort of guardian spirit she calls her shadow which accompanies her everywhere She is the daughter of Nectanebo, the last Egyptian pharaoh, who was overthrown by the Persian empire She travels north to join Alexander the Great s retinue to convince him to come to Egypt and free them from the Persians Alexander is a very likeable, smart, charismatic leader Meriamon is frustrated at his dawdling in Tyre, trying to conquer t This is really historical fantasy, because the heroine, Meriamon, has a sort of guardian spirit she calls her shadow which accompanies her everywhere She is the daughter of Nectanebo, the last Egyptian pharaoh, who was overthrown by the Persian empire She travels north to join Alexander the Great s retinue to convince him to come to Egypt and free them from the Persians Alexander is a very likeable, smart, charismatic leade...

  9. Vanessa says:

    It hurts me, because I actually really loved the novel I was looking forward to the audiobook a lot especially because I didn t expect there to be one.Sadly I couldn t get through it I tried three times, but I just couldn t stand the weird voice the narrator chose fo...

  10. Seth Kaplan says:

    Good historical fiction that I just had a very hard time getting into At times, it seems this tale would have been better told as a short story or as a lyric poem The fiction layered upon the story of Alexander the Great and his role in Egypt were fascinating but explored in very subtle depths.