The thick accent is hard to like after a few minutes.
All of it.
I wanted to like this book, I really did. I did enjoy the Hangman's Daughter series, but I can not finish this one.
That there even is a Ludwig conspiracy theory, let alone dozens of them.
The novel must involve time travel because it starts out with king Ludwig alive and with a cellphone, this is not a favorite scene, just a rather bizarre one.
All of them, especially Ludwig himself!!! The guy is dead, and the author explains over and over and over why the German people are so reluctant to let it go.
Ludwig fans will rejoice, all others will be bored to tears. Let it go!
Some interested in listening to people rant about ancient atrocities.
Better historical fiction.
The feeling that I (or anyone else) could have written it better. Annoyance with the plot.
Contrived plot. If grandfather was so old, how old was he when he fathered the girl's mother? If he was so old and frail, why take him anywhere? He is a total pain, and he won't shut up.
Darcy. His party-crashing to survive was so funny.
Katherine comes up with a different voice for every character. I like her Irish lilt for Darcy.
No; I wanted it to last forever.
The tongue-in-cheek humor made me laugh out loud.
Making it a whole lot shorter.
It made Bruce (the man) boring.
What kind of accents were they supposed to be?
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