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The Crown (Joanna Stafford) - Nancy Bilyeau
The Crown (Joanna Stafford)
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781451626858 (1451626851)
ASIN: 1451626851
Publisher: Touchstone Books
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
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5.0 The Crown (Joanna Stafford)
Thank you Ms. Bilyeau for giving readers Joanna Stafford. You have given readers a character with limitless potential. I must conceded I did find Joanna a little naive and perhaps flighty but those things were a result of her cloistered living. Generally those characteristics in a protagonist drive ...
BrokenTune rated it
2.0 The Crown
DNF @ 23%. I was quite excited about starting The Crown. Usually I don't seek out historical fiction set in Tudor England but the prospect of reading this with the More Historical Than Fiction book club was too good to miss. This is the first installment of a series following Joanna Stafford, a...
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Jennifer | Book Den rated it
4.0 The Crown (Joanna Stafford)
The Crown is a debut novel?! Nancy Bilyeau has some serious skill. This was truly a fantastic novel.The characters had a lot to do with my enjoyment. Joanna was such a wonderful character. She evolved so much as a person through the course of The Crown. I can't wait to meet her again in The Chalice ...
susanw610 rated it
I enjoyed this book. The novel takes place during King Henry the VIII’s reign and it is the story of a nun forced to find a powerful crown, a relic, which could change the future of the realm. This is a Tudor mystery/thriller of a story that I found it hard to put down. The characters were engaging...
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5.0 The Crown (Joanna Stafford)
This was a great read. I utterly loved every page, from beginning to end. I doubt I will write a review, as I have the second coming up for the blog tour. Just know: the hype is warranted. The Crown is a great Tudor historical fiction mystery. If you've thought about reading it, do so. Now.
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