I loved hearing the British accents; I loved that the story takes place shortly after the end of Downton Abbey so many comments and traditions are, by now, completely familiar. And I loved that bits of this made me laugh out loud.
They were all grand, but I guess Lady Georgie, since she's the main character and manages to rise to every challenge.
Loved her ability with accents and posh intonation.
Loved the chats with the Queen.
I would not have loved this book as much by reading it. Ms. Kellgren's stellar performance takes me back to the sound of Downton Abbey...really loved listening to her.
IT geek, reader, homeschooler
Yes, but I'd probably get it from the library.
The characters were amusing. She makes them seem likable but sort of silly.
It wasn't bad, but I don't think I'd spend a credit buying more of the series. That's why there's a public library.
Good mystery fun.
The plot was subtle to start but like all Royal Spyness books its setting a great story. Its fun and entertaining. Some good laughs and there are moments where you can't wait to hear what happens next because there are some great cliffhangers.
Its so hard to find a narrator that I like. One who is expressive and who can do so many characters. In each Royal Spyness book this is one of the main reasons I keep on coming back.
Yes. I just didn't have the time.
Such a great series. I am almost finished it. Well worth the money!
Smart, Suspenseful, Entertaining
I enjoyed this book very much. The accents were spot on and the story was very well written.
I do not consider myself to be a "literary" type at all. I look for a story to transport me to another time and place and to entertain me. This book definitely did all the above for me. Additionally, the book is very well written, the characters are multi dimensional and the story is apparently well researched. I love how the class society in England became clearer to me as an American as I listened.