Books by Pauline Gedge

THE HORUS ROAD by Pauline Gedge
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 8, 2001

"A good yarn, although the dialogue and plot can be about as lively as a sphinx at times."
The completion of the Lords of the Two Lands trilogy (after The Hippopotamus March and The Oasis, neither reviewed)—and the latest of Gedge's (House of Illusions, 1995, etc.) excursions into Ancient Egypt. Read full book review >
HOUSE OF ILLUSIONS by Pauline Gedge
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 1997

"First-class historical fiction."
Ancient history comes alive and stays that way as Thu, the Egyptian peasant in Lady of the Reeds (1995) who became a pharaoh's concubine and was then banished, now triumphantly vindicates herself. Read full book review >
LADY OF THE REEDS by Pauline Gedge
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 18, 1995

"Splendid set-piece scenes cry out for movie treatment, but Thu is an anachronistic and unconvincing early Egyptian feminist."
Another lavishly detailed epic of ancient Egypt from the New Zealand-born author of The Twelfth Transforming (1984), etc., as well as Stargate, a 1982 science-fiction title recently made into a movie. Read full book review >