What children have said about Ma’at’s Feather:
"I enjoyed your book because it made me feel it was real life."
"I thought the book was very detailed and very well laid out. It was quite sad but very exciting. It was so realistic that it felt like I was going back in time and I saw it all! And every time I read it, it made me want to read more and more and more!"
"I cared about Qen, he was a boy who was forced to do something he did not want to do."
"I thought the characters were good especially Qen because I liked his personality, the way he acted and spoke."
"I thought Qen had a lot of experience and courage. He’s a lovely boy and bright, that’s why I like his character."
"It is set in ancient Egypt and it is an adventure. I liked it best when Qen saw three men because you don’t know who they are. I found the whole book interesting. Our teacher read us a chapter a day. Qen is an adventurous character and strong-willed."
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What happens next?
Juliet Desailly says:
‘Ma’at’s Feather’ ends on a ‘cliffhanger’. I am busy working on what happens next to Qen and his family.
What do you think happens next?
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