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Following the incredible success of "Daughters of the Moon," Lynne Ewing has created an all new fun and hip teen fantasy series. Based in Egyptian mythology and set in modern-day Washington, D.C., Sisters of Isis follows the lives of Meri, Sudi, and Dalila, three fifteen-year-old girls who have just discovered they are descendants of very powerful ancestors--Egyptian pharaFollowing the incredible success of "Daughters of the Moon," Lynne Ewing has created an all new fun and hip teen fantasy series. Based in Egyptian mythology and set in modern-day Washington, D.C., Sisters of Isis follows the lives of Meri, Sudi, and Dalila, three fifteen-year-old girls who have just discovered they are descendants of very powerful ancestors--Egyptian pharaohs. From these ancestors they've inherited magical powers of transformation, the ability to cast spells from the Book of Thoth and, as they will soon learn, the responsibility of protecting the world from the evil forces of Chaos. ...

Title : Divine One
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ISBN : 9781423103431
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 257 Pages
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Divine One Reviews

  • Kristen
    2019-02-09 18:01

    Again, I loved this second book in the series. The girls are so different and I love how the books try to focus on one girl at a time, while still heavily involving the others. There's a bit more romance in this one ;).

  • Ashley Howd
    2019-02-20 16:49

    I'm not sure if this book honestly is better than the first, or if I just like Meri's story more, but I couldn't put it down! I read it in one sitting. Still not as good as DotM, but better than book one!

  • Bex
    2019-02-14 17:50

    I really loved this one! It's the second in the Sisters of Isis series and the best so far. I just love the Egyptian culture mixed with the DC backdrop. Amazing. And somehow it actually just goes together. I look forward to the next one!

  • Angie
    2019-01-24 13:55

    Went to public library and found this series. It's interesting.

  • Jenna
    2019-02-09 20:00

    i really like this book, it let me get inside meri's head and see how she thinks

  • Rachel
    2019-01-27 18:42

    WOW i really liked this book and everything about it very well written and pretty amazing, probably my favorite one in this series.

  • Lynnae
    2019-02-03 18:10

    this is #2 i think n i luvd it! i cant put this series down!

  • Audrey
    2019-02-15 14:54

    Loved this book! I absolutely love Abdel!!! MerixAbdel forever!!!

  • Candice
    2019-02-16 16:12

    Awww, Meri and Abdel! Please tell me they end up together!?!

  • Jennifer Wardrip
    2019-01-29 19:52

    Reviewed by Randstostipher "tallnlankyrn" Nguyen for TeensReadToo.comIn the first book of the SISTERS OF ISIS series, THE SUMMONING, we were introduced to Sudi, Dalila, and Meri, who had all discovered that they are descendants of the Egyptian Pharaohs and that each of them possess their own power. Sudi was trying to let the news sink in while also attempting to maintain the same life, getting a date with her crush, Scott, and trying to defeat the Cult of Anubis. Well, accomplishing one out of those three things isn't so bad. Now it's time for Meri to tell her story. Meri's life was never that simple, what with having a mother who is a very respected politician and the press always following her every move. And discovering that she has special powers just makes things worse. At least she has Dalila and Sudi to keep her on her feet. But Meri's life is just prone to problems. Turns out Sudi's crush, Scott, is beginning to be interested in Meri. Yet Meri isn't at all interested in Scott, since she can't get Abdel out of her mind. If only she didn't act like such a dork and mess things up whenever Abdel is around. Aside from that, Michelle, one of the popular girls at Meri's private school, has decided to make Meri her next target. And the newspapers are starting to catch Meri at her worst moments. While trying to find solutions to these problems, it's up to Meri, Sudi, and Dalila to defeat Apep, their newest enemy. But is this just too much for Meri to handle? As the second novel in the SISTERS OF ISIS series, Lynne Ewing takes readers deeper into this new world. Meri helps us understand that being well known has more disadvantages then advantages and having friends that can help and understands you will make it easy to resolve any problems. Fans of this series will be satisfied with DIVINE ONE and all that is has to offer.

  • Sarah Crawford
    2019-02-21 16:43

    Meri has a crush on Abdel. She also finds out her mother apparently knows Abdel, and doesn't like him. Some reporter named Stanley knows about the cult and seems to be threatening Meri's mother.A girl named Michelle hates Meri. She's going to have a party at a place called the Jackal, an obviously trap, and she invites Meri. All three girls meet during a major thunderstorm which seems unnatural in its origins.There's also an evil being named Apep that is out to steal the souls of the girls. Their answer to controlling the evil Apep is to summon an even more evil god, thinking that, once he's done their bidding, they can bind him elsewhere.Right.Anyhow, they all have to face Apep again, this time in his own lair, as they try to prevent him from entering our reality again.The second book in the series is terrible. It's like any sense of logic had to be left out of the book. Deus ex machina concepts are used freely. This is becoming a series which is almost a parody of better-done series. Hopefully, the third volume will be an improvement, although I don't have a whole lot of hope that it will.

  • Alisha
    2019-02-12 13:57

    This is the second book in the Sisters of Isis series. What I like about this series is that the setting is set in modern day Washington D.C. These girls all come from different families and different backgrounds, yet they must work together to save the world from an evil force who is trying to take over. I love the way the Lynne Ewing writes her books. She writes each book from a different characters point of view and still tells the story or continues the story throughout a number of books. I liked reading about this character and the way her world was turned upside down. This girl likes to be in the spotlight or she is in the spotlight with her mother being a senator but when things spin out of control as Meri tries to control her double-sided life. I love how the author does that for this character and does it flawlessly I think. I would recommend this book.

  • Liana
    2019-02-06 14:05

    In the second book of the Sister of Isis series, we follow Meri as the main character. Goodness, I LOVE her POV! So far she's my favorite girl. I love her struggles in life, being the daughter of a famous mother, having to cope with a nasty & bratty bit- girl at her school, and how she has a crush on her mentor. ;P I 'face paged' at the drama between them after (view spoiler)[THAR FIRST KIZZ! (hide spoiler)] and thought Meri's outburst was a little strange... But oh well? SIGH, TEENAGERS! If she's that unsure of their relationship, then GIRL, I'LL TAKE HIM. He's freak'n awesome.This series keeps getting better and better... If you've read the first book, please read this one too.

  • Maureen Stivers
    2019-02-12 17:49

    I really like this series but this book I found a bit harder to get through than the first. I don't know if I like how the main character changes from book to book because some questions go unanswered but by and by I like this series and like the main characters are female and they are all so different.

  • Adrianne Rosal
    2019-01-25 17:57

    I like a book where the heroine is a female!!! Go girls. Second book in this series and this time Meri is the main character fighting the evil Apep. Just short enough to give you the highlights but exciting enough to keep you reading to the end. Getting ready to start book three.

  • Dennis
    2019-02-03 13:45

    Not that bad of a book. I am still disappointed that the series ended early (book 4 is the last book, according to Wikipedia) because of poor sales. I think I might look for the other two books in the series and get them if they're cheap enough.

  • Alex
    2019-02-01 14:04

    Eh, this series is pretty mediocre. Not like Daughters of the Moon was an amazing literary experience, but it was much better than this. There are only 2 books after this and they are so incredibly short, so I will probably finish the series just because.

  • Lester
    2019-01-25 21:50 the 'theme' is..Three book per girl..Sudi, Meri and Dalila. All good so far..onto Enchantress...

  • Nia
    2019-02-06 19:52

    this book its ok i guess...........

  • Chelsea
    2019-02-13 16:57

    When I picked these books up I honestly didn't think I'd like them very much, but I looooove theeeeem.

  • Erika
    2019-02-14 22:02

    I like the idea of descendents protecting the world. It's an interesting concept and the looping in of Egyptian myths/history is captivating.

  • Roseann
    2019-01-30 21:02

    An interesting tale along the lines of the Daughters of the Moon series (same author) except instead of witches we have descendants of Egyptian Gods.

  • Haley Nutter
    2019-02-05 18:47

    great book.

  • Sheralyn
    2019-02-13 14:01

    Just as good as the first.

  • Steph
    2019-02-16 16:03

    Not sure how I feel about this. It's slightly annoying that I can tell what's going to happen and the same thing happens in every book, just to a different girl and with a different monster.

  • Sarah Jo.
    2019-01-23 21:06

    COOL... i liked this one better than the 1st one- mainly because of Meri being in love. ♥

  • Chelsea
    2019-01-27 13:42

    beautiful. i dont know if i really like how the person changes between the three gils from book to book. it makes it so questions go unawnserd concerning the other girls.

  • Meredith
    2019-01-22 18:50

    This was a very good book. It was a thrill ride a minute. I look forward to reading the next one.

  • Ansley
    2019-01-26 15:52

    I havent read it yet but i hope it'll be good!

  • Michael Marsh
    2019-02-09 16:59

    it was ok