The Pharaoh's Daughter is a fictional account of the story of Moses' early years. While the Bible doesn't give us a lot of information beyond his rescue from the river by the pharaoh's daughter who adopted him as her own, Andrews gives it depth.
Her research efforts into the time period and lives pay off in a richly detailed story. I found it interesting that many historians place the life of Moses in sync with that of Pharaoh Tutankhamon. Andrews masterfully weaves Moses life into the secular history of this boy king, giving a glimpse not only of what life was like as Egyptian royalty, but also what life might have been like for those Hebrews bound by slavery.
I was a fan of Andrews before The Pharaoh's Daughter and I am even more so now!
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