Une fois n’est pas coutume, this will be a challenging review. I requested this book, because the synopsis sounded so good (bravo to whoever wrote that synopsis, that’s an art!) and I REALLY wanted to love The Queen of the Night, and there are definitely some very good elements in it. But they did not manage to captivate me. Here is why: Click to continue reading
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The French Sultana
(The Veil and the Crown #2)
The French Sultana by Zia Wesley
Publisher: self-published by the author Pages: 210 Publication date: July 2014
Genre: Historical fiction Source: Received for review
In full compliance with FTC Guidelines, I received this ebook for free in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was in no way compensated for this post as a reviewer, and the thoughts are my own.
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MY THOUGHTS ABOUT THIS BOOK
Following fellow book bloggers on their site, on Goodreads, signing up to NetGalley or even to judge novels, you sometimes stumble upon gems. The French Sultana is definitely a gem, and I am glad I found it. Imagine: it’s a historical novel focusing on a page of French history I had basically never heard of! Click to continue reading