This book not only told the story of the castle, those who lived there but also insight into some of the rules that ran that era.
I really enjoyed this story, but at times I felt frustrated at how the author tried to "social engineer" me the reader. He wants you on his side, but there were times that I had to stand back and think....but of course you are going to jail! Overall, fascinating read and I'm glad he's found a place to help.
While the memoir portion of the book was hysterical, heartbreaking and a truly enjoyable read, it was the way she wove in her views on feminism in the modern world which had me looking both inwards and outwards. Her no-nonsense approach to what women deal with and that we cannot choose to sit on the sidelines. That it is our choice to step into our own lives and live it. A great read for any woman and if the men can get through the squeamish bits I think they'd learn a great deal also. Way to go Cailin!
I had doubts about this since it is fan fiction for a series I couldn't take seriously. However, the topic had a more adult feel and I was coerced into reading.
It was uninteresting, juvenile and horribly written.
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