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Highly recommended to historical fiction fans. A beautiful and heartbreaking story. Fantastic narration! All of Fremantle's books are excellent. However, I think this is one of her best.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
This particular book The Girl In The Glass Tower picks up during the second chapter. It kept me very interested in what happens to Arebella Stuart. I personally had never heard of Arebella, before so appreciated the lesson. Although a fictional account, Fremantle draws on real historical data and draws together a beautiful tale. I enjoyed it.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful
I became interested in the story of Arabella Stuart after visiting Hardwick. This book does tell her real story in a fictional way that is so compelling, I found myself drawn in completely, rooting for her cause, hoping for the happy end she had so deserved.
Great performances for a great book
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
The story was compelling and the narration excellent. I really cared about the main characters and what was happening to them. To me this is very important in a story for if you are indifferent to them then you tend not to finish the book. I found myself listening to this at every available time. In fact I listened into the wee hours missing out on my sleep but it was worth it!
Elizabeth Freemantle is an accomplished writer and brings the historical stories to life. To me she's on a par to Philippa Gregory another of my favourite writer's.
I would definitely recommend this book!
1 of 1 people found this review helpful