"Follow the path of the Woman from 14 year old girl to Queen to pauper. The interview with the author at the end explains where she started with Marie Antoinette, born to be Queen, Marie Antoinette became a loving mother, and wife to the King, and was a lady to the end. I enjoyed this novel and couldnt stop listening to it. I fell in love with this Queen, I cried at the end."
"This book was totally surpising and not like anything I have read from Ms Gregory. I laughed out loud, was shocked and irritated. A good romp and fast read. Delightful! Sad when the story was over. I would love to follow Alice..."
"I have "read" most of the Pendergast series, and this one brings it all together. I didnt want it to end. And really it doesnt, looking for the next one in the series. Great suspense I didnt even mind the traffic, while listening in the car, as it moved briskly along through several climax scenes. And the surprise ending , oh Wow!!"
"This has been the best so far, In My most humble opinion. Kept me on the edge of my seat (haha in the car) and almost forgot where i was. Sometimes the Narrator, Rene, was little over dramatic, but the story ... i would never have guessed the villian.."
"This a novel of two couple who form a lifelong friendship, tested by the trial of time and fortune, whish and reality, hope and disappointment. A novel of growth from within, in response to the demands from without. This is a novel of Survival in our world, always temporary."
"This series of Fantasy was a great read, and I was sad when I came to the end of them, as I felt the loss of a great friend. There are five in all I believe. There is intrigue, mystery, romance in this series. Transports you to another time on another plain."
"This is about Lessa of Pern, whose proud line, Ruatha, was wiped out by Lord Fax when he attacked her hold. Gifted with power, independent, Lessa had fought singlehandedly and secretly to drive Fax out of the hold. Now the dragonmen had come to Ruatha, and with all her strength Lessa willed them to kill Fax, forgetting she would thus betray herself to the dragons and to their riders...."
"This book describes the descent of a pedophile to insanity. A totally engaging work read by Jeremy Irons, it haunted me until I finished it, I couldnt wait for the conclusion. A sad tale about a sad man. Now I want to see the movie(s)."