The dysfunctional royal family
Advantages: I loved the period of time it was set in, the description of this time was well written.
Disadvantages: A bland at at times, annoying, Elizabeth lets the book down.
Elizabeth is the First Daughter of England, and lives a life of privilege and luxury. Yet she is imprisoned by her duty, her duty to be a pawn in the political games her father, King James I, plays. She only trusts her older brother, Henry, until she is ...
GemmaC25 05.08.2010 · Read full review
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