This book is wonderful! It brings to life reall carichtors which most authors don't deall with (including lady Margaret Bulmer.) No thread is unexplained at the end. I was impressed by the ending, because Joanna actually learned how to be independed, how to be there for someone. So much so that she was willing to go to the unknown. This is a very open ending. But I have a guess as to the last chapter. I learned manyy new things from this book. I must admit that it includs many well-known carichtors (much more than it should, I suppose) but that made the book all the more interesting for me. Almost every well known carichtor is briliantly portrayed. So, if you love to read about the Tudors and are willing for a change, go for this one!
First, I have to tell you that the author is wonderful and the narrator is perfect. Her work was really, reallly, admirable and I think she got her sole into this book. I have much to say about each of the three girls: I pittyed Bliss at least in the begining, admired Jolin, and loved Meg. The processes they delt with were very reall. But such things can not be solved in one night- mad as it might be. You can understand a few things, but not change completely. But again, even if the author made them change and find a way to get along, she did it in an almost realistic way. She created three original complecated carichtors. That was good. I stayed up all night to see what was going to happen. Highly recommended, and not only for teens.
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