One thing that made the prize very enjoyable was the narrator. I have listened to books read by her before, and as always, she did a spectacular job. Another enjoyable thing was the way that roice kept doing sweet and romantic things in his attempt to make Nicolah happy. There was also plenty of action which kept the book interesting. Finally, there was some sex, but that was not the whole focus of the book.
One memorable moment was when Nicolah saved the king from an arrow shot. There was also the moment when Nicolah nearly fell over the banister when the rotted banister wood gave way.
Please see above for this answer. She did a very good job as always.
The moment that most moved or impacted me was when Roice was found carving a new queen to replace the chess piece that a cruel soldier ruined. That was perhaps one of the most romantic parts of the book. It really made the book woth it.
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