I found the language a bit complex, but was able to get the gist of the conversations I really did like this book, and was pained with Sophie grief and sadness The love story was very good, and the book was, overall, great. Amazing E Book, Maiden Crown Author Meghan Collins This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Maiden Crown, Essay By Meghan Collins Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You I ve been trying to read historical fiction lately I picked up this book because I wanted to know about the time period, and the caption seemed good enough This book was better than I had hoped for It was actually pretty good The author did a great job of not confusing me and she wrote with a great voice The storyline was interesting, though at some times a little gruesome, and kept me reading There were some things I did not expect in this book and so I have to say, this book is not for all ages Because I skipped some parts, overall I liked it. YA Col I m trying to absorb some of Danish ancestry, so Cousin Sarah lent me this book which is loosely based on history. This book seems like it should be a simple princess marries prince happily ever after But it s not, it s full of real world problems, mistakes, and decisions made not on fairy tale ideals, but one concrete needs and wants Characters have wonderful depth for such a short book, especially the women The characters make this book interesting, people may make bad, mean or cruel decisions but not because they re simply bad For example Tove, the king s mistress is one of the main problems, and is often cruel and passive aggressive However the reader is shown her miserable up bringing and the reasoning behind her actions She s not shown as a mindless villain, but as a girl who is tired of her wretched life.This book is a delightful and short read, I will definitely be reading it again This book was written as though for younger readers, but like most books set in this time period 11th 12th century it was a bit rough around the edges I liked the fact that it was set in Russia Scandinavia and that there were many many slavic and scandinavian words scattered throughout the text that made it very interesting to read Also the names were a lot of fun The story itself had some darker parts that would seem to make it for older readers than the tone of the writing, which was a bit odd topics include abuse, adultery, murder, torture, etc seen through the lens of a young princess being married off to a foreign king who has a mistress and a child by her and does not wish to wed to cement a treaty The story follows Sophie as she grows up and learns that her fairy tale dreams of marriage are nothing like the reality.
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- 230 pages
- Maiden Crown
- Meghan Collins
- 07 February 2017 Meghan Collins