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"Queen of the Dawn" (H. Rider Haagard)
A love tale of old Egypt id its Shepherd King:. The daughter of the real kins; is compelled tb run away from the palace owinjr to the tyranny of the People of the Dawn. She goes to live among the Pyramids, and thare meets and loves the son of the Shepherd Kins- Their union heals the feud that existed between the two peoples. There is vitality in this last yarn of ancient Egypt and of Babylon: also a plot of spirit, easy to follow. There ace no eternal disquisitions, such as spoiled some few of the last books a :l made them heavy; nor is the heroine rupernatural in any way; indeed, she is a modern flapper. unmistaK ablv, for all her queendom and her destiny. There is a supernatural element, but it does not overshadow all the story, which is of luiman people, acting humanly, and entirely easy and entertaining reading. Published by Hutchinson. London: our copy from Dy mock's Book Arcade, Pydney.