Somehow, by the Grace of God, I got an e-ARC of my most anticipated release of the entire year and WOW WOW WOW did it live up to expectations.
Murder and mayhem and queens oh my.
The illustrations, the attention to detail, the beauty of the drawings, and the story, I loved it all and I’m so glad I bought this instead of checking it out from the libraries and can see myself returning to it again and again
Katharine, Arsinoe, and Mirabella return in the third installment of the Queens of Fennbirn series that began with Three Dark Crowns.
I love playing the guessing game where I try and guess what the next Owlcrate book will be.
If you want to learn about Russian history, you want to read Helen Rappaport’s books.
Why is the world so fascinated by the British royal family?
The wives of Henry VIII tell all in this collection which gives each wife their own voice to talk about their life before Henry, during their courtship, and on their way to their end
Daisy is about to become the sister of the princess of Scotland, but things aren’t all roses and kilts
May is here, and so are some of the most anticipated books of the year!
If you love books about royalty, real or fictional, these are the books for you. We all dreamed of being princesses when we grew up, and since that didn’t work out for most of us, we might as well get lost in a book where it happens to someone else!
The queens of Fennbirn are back in this sequel to Three Dark Crowns, and the drama of the Ascension Year is heating up