Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Review ~ Movement of Crowns

Movement of Crowns by

My Review:
 4 Stars
A great trip to a far away land!, September 20th, 2013
Really a great read! This tale takes us back in time to when kings & queens ruled. We travel with the Princess Constance & her entourage while learning of her family, their kingdom, & their battles. We witness the daily routine of the Princess as she becomes of age preparing for her future. All the while attempting to free herself from the doubts of skeptical elders who are stuck in their belief that women are not meant for decision making & power.

The characters are very likeable & fit in nicely with their surroundings. I did find it slip at times from the old ways of speaking to our modern chatter, but it was easy to follow & I enjoyed the story a lot.  I have to say the huge surprise that she sprung on us was well worth my momentary freak out! And...I love King Matthias & what he stands for! As well as Queen Grace who's momentary lapse in time brings about many emotions, but never truly giving up. It is easy to envision the passionate Princess ruling with greatness.  Oh, but let's not forget the forever friend, Staid, who proves to be a romantic,  not simply a warrior, bringing so much to this tale.  I look forward to reading more of Diachona, the neighboring kingdoms, & where they shall lead us.

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About the Author:

Nadine. A French name, meaning, "hope."
Spreading hope to her readers and audiences, author, editor, and speaker Nadine C. Keels of Seattle, Washington is well-known for The Song of Nadine, the powerful lyrical poetry seen in four of her several books, heard in her dynamic spoken word presentations on local and national platforms, and found on her spoken word album, Hope. Lyricized. Drawing from her lifelong passion for highly enjoyable and transformational fiction, Nadine has written Love & Eminence: A Suite of Stories as well as two novels and a novella, Love Unfeigned. In response to inquiries from other aspiring authors, Nadine put together a simple reference entitled Write Your Genius, Genius!: A Rather Quick Guide to Book Writing. Being the founder of Prismatic Prospects, a communication company based in Seattle, Nadine has served as editor and co-editor for a number of titles, and it is her aim to be a proven wellspring of inspiration for creativity and innovation in the marketplace. 
Stalker Links:
Find hope and inspiration here. www.prismaticprospects.wordpress.com

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