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The Seventh Bride - Kingfisher
The Seventh Bride
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3.96 70
Format: kindle
Publisher: Red Wombat Tea Company
Pages no: 183
Edition language: English
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BuckeyeAngel rated it
Rhea is fifteen and a commoner - a miller’s daughter. Then Lord Craven came to her home and wants her hand in marriage. No commoner could say no to a lord if even dared to try that person and probably his whole family would suffer dire consequences. Also Lord Craven is known to be a friend of the to...
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it
4.0 Evil sorcerer and a hedgehog
Recently, I read another novella by this writer, Bryony and Roses, and loved it. My 4.5-star review is here. I didn’t like this story, The Seventh Bride, as much – it was darker, teetering on the edge between fantasy, fairy tale, and horror, but it was a good read all the same. The protagonist, fift...
Elentarri's Book Blog
Elentarri's Book Blog rated it
5.0 The Seventh Bride
Brilliant. Lovely little fantasy-fairytale story with a twist. Original. Talented artist, talented author and she has such a quirky sense of humour and odd way of looking at things.And I'm sooooooooooo glad she doesn't write never-ending series.
Paper Soul
Paper Soul rated it
This book took me by surprise. I wasn't expecting the story that Kingfisher wrote. The story begins with Rhea, a simple miller's daughter. Her hand in marriage has been asked by a Lord and friend of the local Viscount. This arrangement seems strange to everyone since she seems to be quite ordinary. ...
Lazer Books
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5.0 “The Seventh Bride” by T. Kingfisher
Rhea is an ordinary miller’s daughter, engaged to be married under suspicious circumstances to a man not of her choosing. He has unknown powers and a manor house full of mysterious women. Rhea has a hedgehog. It claims to be ordinary, but normal hedgehogs don’t act like that. It’s probably not going...
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