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I enjoyed this story because of the history portion but I also enjoyed getting to know his son. I hope Miss Mary and Ian are brought back in a later story.
Have you ever looked at a picture of Queen Elizabeth I and said to yourself, "My what masculine features you have?" If not, Google a painting of her now. I'll wait.
Now, imagine a novel that uses good old fashioned detective work to further convince you that Europe's most influential leaders was not who she said she was.
While this is fictitious, you will close this book with more than a few questions about this history you know to be fact.
I really liked this book. I am nut for English history, and while I did find some repetition as one reader commented, it didn't bother me so much. I like the fact that this book is based on a real legend and a real story by Bram Stoker-and a very interesting one at that!
I really liked this book. I am a nut for English history and while I did find some repetition as one other person commented, it didn't bother me so much I really liked how the book is based on a real legend about QEI -and a very interesting one at that!
Too much descriptive detail for my taste. The story line gets lost in the description. Didn't finish the book.
I found this book to be okay- the plot started out interesting but then it quickly changed into the ridiculous. I found the quality of the writing to be rather poor near the end...
I DO however want to travel to London to see many of the sites and paintings that are described in the book.
I just need a few more days to finish this book. May I have a short extension to my current renewal?
I like this author, I like his books. I really did not like this one at all. I agree with Rotten Mutts, flat is being kind. I want Romanov Prophecy kind of books. Lets hope he gets better.
I have enjoyed Berry's work but this fell so flat, I barely made it through. Soap opera with very uninteresting plot and two boys we don't care about and a navel gazing Malone is not appealing.