Great story, occasionally choppy but overall very interesting story that I knew nothing about prior to reading this book.
Great read. A lot of action. Like able characters. Can not wait until the sequel
Both the story and the performance were wonderful.
The entire book was mesmerizing. The boy was a survivor.
Yes. It was hard to put this book down.
Condense it down. Way too wordy and repetitive. The same thing was said over and over. It was like he wrote a report for the FBI and decided to make a book out of it.
Yes the performance of Stephen Hoye was great
No. None of the characters were likable. I was wild about Frank Mackay in Faithful Place None of his redeeming characteristics came out in this book
Stephen Hogan's voice was too high pitched. Lara Hutchinson's voice was sweet and charming
Yes. Very well told story and a good introduction to the War of Roses and the key people involved. Great theory on the boys in the tower and that one could have been a changeling
The characters are well developed
This was definitely not as good as the prequel The story was predictable and boring. Only Time Will Tell was almost written like a classic. Characters were developed and interesting. This was just a story not very interesting and does not make me wast to get the next book in the series.
It reminded me of the old classics like Wuthering Heights or Jane Eyre. Suspenseful interesting characters Characters you care about. Enough surprises to keep you turning the pages
Loved it. Downloaded the next in the series
I got this book because a friend recommended it. I did not expect to love it like I did. A very interesting story preformed wonderfully.
The story was gripping from the beginning. Never a dull moment and not at all predictable.
Someone who knows very little about Anne Boleyn or the times in which she lived
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