The Last Warrior Queen

Narrated by: Christine Williams
Length: 10 hrs and 13 mins
Categories: Romance, Historical
4.2 out of 5 stars (11 ratings)

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The year 3643 B.C.E: a time of social upheaval and moral chaos. Inanna, a passionate and beautiful girl, with psychic powers and a strong connection to nature, is a member of a nomadic tribe that has spent years violently infiltrating the peace-loving, long-standing cities of Mesopatamia.

When her brother executes her sister for adultery, Inanna runs away from her family and her people in search of a community where women fight and rule, and where sex and love are worshipped, not forbidden. In the City of Dove her powers lead her to the son of the queen, and she realizes she is destined to rule this city. She must choose between her adopted family and the family she left behind as her beloved city steals for battle against the nomads of Inanna’s past.

©1983 Mary Mackey (P)2012 Audible, Inc.

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Well written but sad

This book is really well written but terribly sad it seems like everything goes wrong in it. I prefer the series that came after this book The Year the Horses Came which is much more in depth on the same vein.