The Queen's Vow: A Novel Of Isabella Of Castile
Pages no: 400
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 15th Century
Originally published on my blog at therelentlessreader.comAll I want to do is squeeee and gush and tell you to READ THIS BOOK! I'll try to contain myself.You may already know that I'm a big fan of historical fiction. I'm always on the lookout for a book that can take me back in time. It's been a lon...
Most school children know who Isabella is because of studying Christopher Columbus. However, C.W. Gortner presents the story of a complicated woman who comes from an impoverished kingdom to become one of the most accomplished people of her time.We first meet Isabella when she is 13 years old, short...
This was my first time reading a C.W. Gortner book. He’s been recommended to me several times thanks to my Historical Fictionistas. This book came up in one of our polls, which provided me an excuse to put it at the top of my mountainous TBR pile. Overall, I liked this book and I think Gortner is d...
I really enjoyed this book, it was fascinating and captivating. Going into this book I didn't know much about Isabella at all. At the end the author states that certain dates he moved around for the sake of the story. That didn't bother me much or detract from the story at all because of my lack of ...
I love a good historical fiction, and I especially wanted to branch out from the English monarchs I tend to read about. So when offered the opportunity to read The Queen’s Vow, I jumped. After all, Isabella isn’t English, and she’s the Queen who sent Christopher Columbus on his way across the ocean....