The love story between Ines de Castro and King D Pedro I is one of the most tragic, intense and powerful in European history. Their story has become a legend and it is difficult to separate fact from fiction, where the only certainty that remains is the element of forbidden, but everlasting,... show more
The love story between Ines de Castro and King D Pedro I is one of the most tragic, intense and powerful in European history. Their story has become a legend and it is difficult to separate fact from fiction, where the only certainty that remains is the element of forbidden, but everlasting, love. With her latest work, Ines’ Words, Haidji brings her unique and magical style to this subject and shows not only the enduring power of the legend, but of love itself.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-04-01
Pages no: 47
Edition language: English
For more reviews, check out my blog Craft-CycleBeautifully written in Haidji's characteristic style. I enjoyed this short book. This one is especially musical and melodic. A simple story, but a very intriguing one. I really love Haidji's descriptions. One of my favorites was:"Was left in the room,in...
Beautiful words! Good writings! I like it!
"Time does not kill. What kills feelings is Indifference, or fear." An otherworldly elegant and inspiring love story. It is very difficult to describe this story. So I will not attempt to do so. What I can say about it is that if you will enjoy it, you will not read it just once. You will...
This is another great story written by Haidji. I love the way the words she uses string together so lyrically. This is beautiful. Parts made my heart ache, I truly felt this story with every feeling imaginable. I can think of no other way to describe this than to share an excerpt: Believe in deeds...
First things first: I won this book in a giveaway on booklikes. Currently I'm in a bit of a reading slump. Or was? I don't wanna jinx it. So when I got this in the mail yesterday I knew I would start it right away, cause it is a really short book and because I just love the stories that Haidji w...