Bianco did a lovely job.
I have been a fan of Philippa Gregory's since The Other Boleyn. I was not disappointed with this one. Her writing is superb and the storytelling well-paced and engaging.
After watching the white queen and then listening to the audiobook I had to hear this story from another pov. can't wait to hear the Lady Rivers
love to read all sorts of books...exception sci-fi! I prefer books that are not horror-type stories...but there are exceptions to that too!
Excellent, great character development, wonderfully written
Her British accent adds a lot to the storyline and it's accuracy
The Kingmaker's Daughter is a repeat of the exact same story as Phillipa Gregory's The White Queen except told from the perspective Anne Neville. If you have read the White Queen don't buy this book unless you have credits to spare and want to read the same story again. It wasnt that I didn't enjoy listening to the book, per se, but it was waste of a credit. I am going to be returning the book. I agree with other reviewer's that this is grade B historical fiction and formulaic. It was an easy way for Phillipa Gregory to publish another book to make more money but doesn't add anything additional to the Cousin's War Series.
No, not unless they had more listening time than discrimination. Whether it is remotely accurate I cannot say. There is just not enough interesting material for a book this long. Take out the redundancy and you may have a short story. I disliked the characters, all of them. I have really enjoyed a few of Ms. Gregory's titles, some in the cousins war series, some not. Based on this most recent read I hesitate to continue with the series.
Bernard Cornwall, just sayin
I like her voice, she reads honestly.
Im sure it will be a part of whatever series is planned, maybe one episode.
You can get all this historic info from a basic textbook, just use your imagination to fill in with a little emotional angst, check the family trees to see who lives and who dies, and move on to Henry VII.
I would gladly recommend this audiobook as it is intriguing and hard to put down.
Three others and it would be helpful if the books were numbered in order to read chronological.
A good read