The UnTied Kingdom
Publish date: April 1st 2011
Publisher: Choc Lit
Pages no: 403
Edition language: English
A light chick-lit novel with an intriguing premise. When it ended I wanted to know what happened next. - always a good sign. The plot advances swiftly our heroine is parachuted into an alternate London by the end of the first chapter and then the story begins. I don't want give away the plot except...
A gift from my friend Rea. I loved it, even though it took me a couple of months to be able to finish!!!I like it because it's not excessively fluffy, and I loved the alternate-world military setting. Also: no love triangles, which is such a relief.
There is everything you could possibly need in escaping real life in this story of love between Eve and Harker. There is, of course, the romance …… but there is also the creation of a parallel world – how intriguing that Eve jumps through to a different world! but not so different that the reader d...
My Thoughts:I do enjoy a good alternative world kind of book. It's so fun to see what change if that or this happened or didn't happen. And it this book is was downhill all the way for England.England was still a Catholic country, and had never built a large empire. Instead this glory had gone to Fr...