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The Twelve Kingdoms: The Tears of the Rose - Community Reviews back

by Jeffe Kennedy
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fruitcakes
fruitcakes rated it 5 years ago
The last time I read a book that managed to make me care about a spoiled brat growing up, it was a March Upcountry so this was a surprise how much I liked this book.
fruitcakes
fruitcakes rated it 5 years ago
The last time I read a book that managed to make me care about a spoiled brat growing up, it was a March Upcountry so this was a surprise how much I liked this book.
mlsimmons
mlsimmons rated it 6 years ago
Review originally posted at RabidReads.com. Amelia is the youngest of the three princesses. She was also the most beautiful. She is said to be the avatar for the goddess, Glorianna herself. She never had a love of politics or for any need to learn to fight. She had eyes only for prett...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 7 years ago
The second Twelve Kingdoms book, Tears of the Rose, follows Ami, the youngest of three princesses, as she deals with the loss of her husband, her pregnancy, and a growing realization that she may have been nothing but a tool or object to almost everyone in her life. I think this books is just abou...
That's What I'm Talking About
That's What I'm Talking About rated it 7 years ago
NOTE: This review contains spoilers from the first book, The Mark of the Tala. Please be aware that a major event uncovered at the end of the first book is crucial to the entire plot of The Tears of the Rose, and therefore, is discussed in this review. Picking up almost immediately after the drama...
Anna Bobs Her Hair - Silent Reader, Talking Books
Three sisters - a warrior, an invisible middle child, and a spoiled young princess. The middle sister's story was told in The Mark of the Tala, introducing readers to Tala and 'mossbacks.' The magical kingdom of Annwyn is separate from the Twelve Kingdoms. The imbalance is felt throughout this realm...
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