The Valley Iris
The Valley Iris
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A forbidden love within a sacred village haunts her mind and troubles her future.
Even the vision granted to her by the goddess Hathor keeps Tey from the man she loves. Tey does not understand why her mother will not fight for her. She cannot see why his family does not accept her until it is too late.
Is Tey doomed to live a life with someone else or with no one at all? Can she pick herself up in the darkness of the starlit night and seek her own happiness? Find out in this coming-of-age drama set in the New Kingdom of Egypt.
Praise for The Valley Iris
"The Valley Iris relentlessly pulled me through its pages...truly riveting and mesmerizing...a spectacular and noteworthy historical novel!” - Jessica Barbosa for Readers’ Favorite (★★★★★)
“...a heartwarming tale of struggle, love, deception, and resurrection. The Valley Iris is a wonderfully written story, filled with details of life set in ancient Egypt.” - Teresa Syms for Readers’ Favorite (★★★★★)
"Author Lauren Lee Merewether really captivates audiences in this unique story about coming of age, and what it would mean to do so during this fascinating ancient historical period...highly recommend The Valley Iris for any reader looking to get into this historical fiction period and those who already adore it." - K.C. Finn for Readers’ Favorite (★★★★★)
The Valley Iris was the sole finalist in the 2021 Readers Favorite Awards in Young Adult-Coming of Age.
Publisher: LLMBooks Publishing
Published: October 2020
Genre: Historical Fiction
Narrated by: Josselyn Cambridge
Series: The Lost Pharaoh Chronicles Prequel, Book 1
Length: 5 hrs and 16 mins
Release date: 01-13-23
Regrettably, this item is not eligible for shipping outside of the United States at this time. Any order outside of the US will be canceled.
Paperback Size: 5" x 8" - US Only
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The author rated this book for ages 13+ for violence, modern-day concepts of underage drinking, and adult themes.