What reviewers are saying about
The God’s Wife
by Lynn Voedisch
 
 

“A heavenly read.... The God’s Wife is a feast of romance and excitement, keeping the reader in its thrall with suspense.”

Technorati


“I knew when I read the synopsis that this book had the potential to be great. I think it realizes that potential fully. Lynn Voedisch has done such a wonderful job with this book.”

Owl Tell You About It


“I adore it. The ending is absolutely masterful.”

– Angels and Warriors Radio


“I think the backbone of good fiction is good reportage…I'm not a fan of historical fiction, yet I find it fascinating that this (novel) going back so far works for me and it transcends history for me.”

– Rick Kogan, WGN-AM


“If you're looking for a book that mixes ancient history, the paranormal, and a bit of romance, then you might want to check this book out. It has everything that is right up your alley”

Book Brats


“The God’s Wife is a brilliant first novel by new author Lynn Voedisch that goes beyond mere mystery and intrigue to delve into important questions in everyone’s lives such as faith, hope and the search for one’s true self. The book left me with many questions about my own faith and beliefs, namely in the concept of twin souls. And while I don’t think twin souls exist, I do think that the way it is presented can underline, albeit indirectly, the importance of building an awareness of the influence we have on each others’ lives. And that just might be the best reason to read this great book.”

Blogcritics


“A new take on historical fiction that anyone would love. It's full of excitement, romance, and many plot twists and turns that will leave you wanting more.”

The Mortal’s Library


“A great book and if you like historical fiction, then you will definitely want to pick this one up.”

Wakela Runen’s World


The God’s Wife is a good story, well told. Readers will find themselves immersed in ancient Egypt as they struggle to put the book down. Don’t bother, it can’t be done.”

Allvoices


“This book is rare in that it contains three strong female characters, the evil stepmother of Neferet, Rebecca, and Neferet. The three characters complement each other perfectly, blending to bring the reader a terrific, exciting book filled with mystery, romance, and intrigue.”

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