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By Orson Scott Card -
As the second daughter of a king-in-exile, young Princess Sarai has been promised as a priestess to the Temple of Asherah. But when ...Read Review
Card once again produces an enjoyable story of biblical fiction, his Stone Tables is the story of Moses and the Exodus, but with ...Read Review
By Lauren Haney -
This is the fourth of Lauren Haney’s Lieutenant Bak series. A rumor sweeps down the Nile, from Kemet to Wawat: Queen Hatshepsut ...Read Review
By Francine Rivers -
Francine Rivers’ third novella in her Lineage of Grace series continues with the same simple charm of the previous novellas. Unshaken is the ...Read Review
By Mary R. DeMaine -
Although knowledge of the controversies over the Greek poet Homer may not be necessary for enjoyment of the story, readers should still take ...Read Review
By Haley Elizabeth Garwood -
“From the ashes of Britannia arose a legend,” and her name was Boadicea, Druid priestess and Queen of the Celtic Iceni. This third ...Read Review
By James Mills -
Alternate HistoryBiographical Fiction
Mills mixes the Roman historical genre with the early Christian form.The blurb stated that Mills started with what he, with no false ...Read Review
Mills mixes the Roman historical genre with the early Christian form. The blurb stated that Mills started with what he with no false ...Read Review
Over the last 20 years The Historical Novels Review (the society's print magazine for our members) has published reviews of some 15,000 historical fiction books.
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