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It has been seven nights since the death of Father, and the court leaders have informed me that I must marry Ptolemy as is Egyptian custom and law. The idea of having such an imbecile man as a brother sickens me but the idea of marrying such an unworthy man brings me to tears.
I objected strongly but the council insisted that if I did not marry my lowly brother, I would renounce the crown of Egypt. I will resort to marrying Ptolemy in order to keep my throne.
Hopefully he will not live many more seasons. It has been a harvest since my unfair marriage and Ptolemy has indeed proven to be incompetent.
There has been famine, political conflict and the Nile has not flooded as it annually does to provide us with healthy crops and lush soil for planting.
If he were not co-ruler, this would have never happened. I will have his name struck from the records; he will not be presented on our national currency.
I swear that my brother will pay for his uselessness and I will take control of Egypt and restore our land to its previous power.
I have been forced to flee Egypt. How ignorant can they be? I would lead Egypt to glory. I will flee for my safety, but mark my words: the throne will again be mine!
I am returning to my homeland! After three long seasons of exile, I have gotten word that a great ruler of Rome has removed my brother from the throne.
They call this strong warrior Julius Caesar. What great news! I will befriend this great man and turn him against my young, mindless brother, and surely the throne will again be mine.
I have made the most clever plan! The ways of men are so predictable. I will seduce the powerful Caesar and he surely cannot deny me my throne.
He could not betray a lover; this plan is sure to work! As I predicted, my relationship with Julius has restored my throne to me.
Can you imagine what else I could gain from this affair? He may even make me his queen. Queen of Rome! Can you imagine that? I can totally imagine this character develop a growing hatred for her father and for the rulers of growing empires or for her to become brutal and unforgiving because if she isn't harsh then it could cost her her life.
Wouldn't it be so much more interesting to see Cleopatra slowly give up her nice Disney-princess traits to become a strong and intelligent leader who will do whatever it takes to assure her survival?
Even if it means developing intimate ties with 'barbarians' as she calls it. I'm sorry if I keep rambling about anger and developing hatred. I just recently watched Star Wars: The Force Awakens and the whole dark side thing really has my blood pumping with excitement.
Good movie, by the way Well those were my thoughts. I can see why some people like it but I thought that there were so many better directions that can go with this.
View all 4 comments. Jan 12, Julia rated it it was amazing Shelves: text-log , excellent-books , non-fictionbooks. I am reading a book called Cleopatra VII a group from The Royal Diaries.
This book is by Kristina Gregory one of my most favorite authors. Thins book is mostly about the life of a princess called Cleopatra VII.
She is nicknamed the daughter of the Nile. That's because she was born in Egypt very near to the Nile river. Cleopatra faces many danger, and some of her family betrays her, and her farther.
Cleopatra is accompanied by her two faithful servants through out all the journey even through ha I am reading a book called Cleopatra VII a group from The Royal Diaries.
Cleopatra is accompanied by her two faithful servants through out all the journey even through harm.
The three friends go to Rome to find help. So, they can defeat Cleopatra's evil sister. However, some of Cleopatra's fathers friend already killed her sister.
So, Rome might be trying to defeat Cleopatra next! One of the important facts I have learned is that egyptians have a different saying of their month.
For example, January is Januarius, Febuary is Febuarius, and March is Martius. I think these are explainig how people say their monthes in Egypt because if it was really written in egyptian they would have did it with picture of birds, and snakes.
These words written in Egyptian is called a hieroglyphics. Also, I noticed that all of the monthes had the letters ius in the end.
They matter a lot because there could be a possibility that we are learning a little bit of egyptian or roman.
Another one of the important fact is that Cleopatra had a real leopard named Arrow. This is a important, and intresting fact because I bet most people don't know that she had a leopard, and taming a leopard is a lot harder than you think.
This fact matters a lot because this tells us that Cleopatra had a courage to keep one of the most feared species of cats today. The last important fact I have to tell you surprised me a lot!
This fact is that Cleopatra, and her father was being hated by everyone in Egypt while Cleopatra's older sister wasn't.
Some people in Egypt were rough enough to put a cobra on Cleopatra's fathers bed while he was sleeping. The fact I just told you about matters a lot more than you think because Cleopatra didn't do anything bad that will make all the people in Egypt hate her.
Also, one of her sister even tried to make Cleopatra give back he Pearl necklace by putting a dagger close to her neck as if to stranle her.
I thought that this book taught us a biger lesson than I thought it will. One reason I thought this is because At first I thought that all princesses, and Queens are loved by their people because they are always nice, and pretty.
Now, I realize that this is not the case. If you were famous it is more likely to be hated if you do something wrong because what they do will always be rumored by everone in their country.
For example, when Cleopatra tried to touch one of her oldest sister pearl necklace her sister picked up a dagger, and pointed at Cleopatra's neck this was a lready know by most people in Egypt before you could say "mistake!.
One time Cleopatras father made the people mad at him. Since, Claopatra was the Kings favorite she was also being made fun of. However, she tried to stay calm as her favorite people did like Queen Nefertiti, and the other princesses.
This taught me that even if you get mad you will make your self appear more rude thanbefore. After I read about Cleopatra I thought that reading more chapters about the Royal Diaries will help me learn about the mysteries of the world like princess Anastasia, and the others.
If you want to reada easy fun, exciting nonfiction book you should read Cleopatra VII series called The Royal Diaries.
WARNING: spoilers! This book is truly BAD, sorry. First, the story has too many holes. Sure it is based on historical fact, namely the exile of king Ptolemy, his daughter Berenice taking over the title, and his return with Roman troops and subsequent execution of the usurper.
But as for the rest, and as another reviewer has written, it is just impossible that a young Cleopatra would have happened to meet all the significant people of the time.
Second, the author takes a huge liberty with either fac WARNING: spoilers! Second, the author takes a huge liberty with either facts, or likely facts, to the point of completely discrediting herself: - she starts of with Cleopatra supposedly being fair-skinned, blue-eyed.
But she likely was brown-skinned, black-eyed. Perhaps the author is racist and thinks only Whites are fit to rule? This is completely impossible, unless of course the author were attempting to manipulate children's minds.
This is not just totally unlikely, but it is also grossly prejudiced: why would that supposed friend's "god" be any better than Cleopatra's gods?
But the author somehow attempts to manipulate children readers in believing that, somehow, all that monotheistic culture coming from the Near East, way superior.
This is wrong. And it is prejudiced. So all in all: a wrong, dishonest, and very manipulative book. Do NOT let children read it.
I really quite liked this one. A lot of the details are still confusing to me I don't know much ancient history at all, and this is pre NT times but this did help sort some of it out.
What it didn't do was show a sufficient link between the young Cleopatra and her later self - the historical information at the back of the book says that Cleopatra killed her sister Arsinoe in order to secure her throne, and yet the young Cleopatra barely even wonders about such things.
I mean, I know it's histo I really quite liked this one. I mean, I know it's historical fiction, but that's my point: give the reader pointers to her future character, even if they are fictional ones!
I loved Cleopatra's reaction to Rome. She's not exactly likeable and I would have preferred a little more explanation at the back of the book - or preferably, in the diary itself - about the "traditions" of the Ptolomaic dynasties that led to Cleopatra marrying her brother but it's just as good as the other books I've read in this series, and better than some.
Feb 03, V. This was my favorite book in middle school! Jun 06, Lucille rated it it was amazing Shelves: young-adult , kickass-heroines , historical-fiction.
I read this book when I was in elementary school and subsequently fell in love with Cleopatra and Ancient Egypt.
I was already fascinated with ancient history and Greek and Egyptian mythology- this just deepened my desire to learn more about the period.
This story follows the tale of Cleopatra in her early years, from 12 to She is a young girl growing up in a dangerous time and place.
Her father's rule is starting to crumble, and the Ptolemaic rule is coming to its eventual decline. It's int I read this book when I was in elementary school and subsequently fell in love with Cleopatra and Ancient Egypt.
It's interesting reading this book and seeing all of the struggles that Ptolemy and Cleopatra go through to try and secure their future when you know that Cleopatra was the last of the Ptolemaic rule.
Cleopatra has to navigate her way through the dangerous streets of Alexandria, and the even more treacherous streets of her home, where her sisters ae vying for the throne in their father's absence.
He is overseas in Rome trying to get money and an army to suppress uprisings in Egypt. Cleopatra survives potential poisonings and eventually joins her father in Rome, where she learns more about the political games that surround her future.
She is a sharp witted young girl who learns the language of the Romans and is able to understand when they are mocking her father, who relies on translators.
Cleopatra faces a culture shock when she comes to Rome and is often comparing it to her idyllic Alexandria. There is a lot of information about the Romans and the city itself.
I enjoyed her explorations and her determination to help her father against his countless enemies. She makes allies and enemies, and meets her future partners Marc Antony and Ceasar.
Overall, this is a great coming of age story about a fanstastic historical woman. The details may not be perfect, but its an historical fiction marketed to youth who want an interesting story and to learn some foundations about the time period and the people, not neccessarily a history report of specific situations.
I really enjoyed this book, and now that I've written this, I really want to go back and read it for the fifth or sixth time. I probably would've loved this if I'd read it when I was younger!
Okay, mainly because Cleopatra has a pet leopard. Who wouldn't want a pet leopard? I've gathered together the recent letters I have written to Olympus and Theophilus.
Nothing for Berenice -- what would I say? Have you strangled anot I probably would've loved this if I'd read it when I was younger! Have you strangled another husband?
OH SNAP. There's a great scene where Cleopatra is caught outside in the rain while she's out doing a spot of shopping.
Marc Antony comes along and SLINGS HER OVER HIS SHOULDER, and because Cleopatra doesn't know who's grabbed her, she grabs his sword out of his belt and manages to cut his belt and half his tunic off in the process, leaving him EXPOSED.
YOU GO GIRL. Okay, it's ridiculous, and I highly doubt the historical accuracy, but ALSO, I love that she mentions cutting off his ear, because it refers back to when Cleopatra saw Cicero giving one of his famous speeches in court, about a girl who'd cut the ear off a man who was trying to strangle her: My heart is heavy to admit that I found Cicero's strategy unsavoury.
He attacked the girl's character in such embarrassing detail. O, I was shocked to hear it. This is his argument: so what if the man tried to strangle her?
She must have deserved it, and now this poor fellow has only one ear. NOT A LOT HAS CHANGED IN YEARS, HUH. Jun 15, Maby Gonzalez rated it it was amazing.
The Cleopatra VII:Daughter of the nile,57 B. Zika and my classmates :. This book was interesting and i liked! When i saw the book i was like omg i don't like reading.
But when we started reading the book i started liking it and it started to get interesting. I would read the book when i was bored and i usually don't do that but now im reading more and kinda liking to read.
While i would read i would write notes on sticky notes on the The Cleopatra VII:Daughter of the nile,57 B. While i would read i would write notes on sticky notes on the book so that i would remember what i had read so that when i had a test i will be ready.
She goes to places with his father and during that her sister Tryphaena was queen and she wanted to take over. But then she was dead. Then her other sister wanted to be the queen but when they returned to Alexandria Cleopatra,King Auleters Cleopatra became a queen.
She married 2 men the first one was Julius Cesar and had 1 baby but when he died she married Marc Antony and had 3 babies. Then she killed herself with a poisonest snake.
But it was a great book. There wasn't anything i didn't like about the book it was a great book and i enjoy it :. I feel glad i read this book because it was fun and interesting to read about a girl almost the same age as me.
This was the first book i read about Cleopatra and the author Kristiana Gregory. I would recommend this book to everyone that hasn't read it because its a great,interesting book and i am sure you will enjoy it and like it.
If you like books about ancient Egypt,this is your book! The Royal Diaries is a series by Scholastic Canada, in which each book is a fictional diary of a royal queen or princess, covering only her early years because the series is geared towards children.
I think it is an interesting concept. Children and adult readers would learn much about history through them, while being entertained along the way.
Unfortunately, though perhaps the concept in theory sounds good, the reality is a different story, at least in this one title that I've read.
As a stor The Royal Diaries is a series by Scholastic Canada, in which each book is a fictional diary of a royal queen or princess, covering only her early years because the series is geared towards children.
As a story, the plot was not that great so I found myself bored in some places. As a place to learn history, well, I am half and half. The details of the period itself is great, you can see how people lived back in that particular place and time.
But as a source to learn about Cleopatra, you don't learn all that much since the diary only covers her early years. You see her meet Caesar and Mark Anthony and other historical figures, for example, but since her real interactions with them did not happen until later in her life, nothing exciting actually occurred in the story itself.
Instead, all these history are included in the appendix, which is no different from other history books.
But, perhaps it is a decent start for children and teens. I am really curious about how good the other books in the series are.
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