The Lost Sisterhood

The Lost Sisterhood

A Novel

Paperback - 2014
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Diana is a modern-day scholar who has always been fascinated by the Amazons, as she embarks on a trek of her own. Led by enigmatic Middle Easterner Nick Barran, Diana searches for traces of a fabled Amazonian treasure in the wastelands of the Sahara.
Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins, c2014.
Edition: 1st Canadian ed. --
ISBN: 9781443412469
1443412465
Branch Call Number: FIC Forti
Characteristics: 585 p. : map.

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Lisina
Apr 01, 2015

Brilliant. Riveting. Rich characters that are woven into dueling story lines that blend the past with the present. This journey follows the story of two women, separated by millennia, one to lead her sisters through the ancient world and the other to prove their existence and that their legacy is enduring. This is a fast-paced, spellbinding adventure that will capture the imagination and heart.

ontherideau Jan 20, 2015

The first third of this was so interesting then I felt it slowly dissolved into a silly romance.

ehbooklover May 19, 2014

This one is a real page turner! I loved both the ancient and contemporary storylines, as well as both protagonists. I also found the Amazonian theme fascinating. A great read for fans of Indiana Jones movies and Dan Brown books.

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natambbrown
May 16, 2014

I loved this book! It was a little long but it keeps you on your toes.

Follow the lives of Diana Morgan and Myrina. Two strong women whose lives eventually intersect as the present searches out the past. History will repeat itself and love conquers all.

Mythology, history, suspense, & love rolled into one.

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