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!!> BOOKS ✺ The King Must Die (The Isabella Books, #2) ✰ Author N. Gemini Sasson – Hakkas.us

The King Must Die (The Isabella Books, #2) BOOKS The King Must Die The Isabella Books, 2 N Gemini Sasson Capitalsoftworks.co.uk England, 1326 Edward II Has Been Dethroned Queen Isabella And Her Lover, Sir Roger Mortimer, Are At The Pinnacle Of Their Power Fated To Rule, Isabella S Son Becomes King Edward III At The Callow Age Of Fourteen Young Edward, However, Must Bide His Time As The Loyal Son Until He Can Break The Shackles Of His Minority And Dissolve The Regency Council Which Dictates His Every Action When The Former King Is Found Mysteriously Dead In His Cell, The Truth Becomes Obscured And Isabella Can No Longer Trust Her Own Memory Or Confide In Those Closest To Her Meanwhile, She Struggles To Keep Her Beloved Mortimer At Her Side And Gain Yet Another Crown France S For The Son Who No Longer Trusts Her Amidst A Maelstrom Of Shifting Loyalties, Accusations Of Murder Propel England To The Brink Of Civil War In The Sequel To Isabeau, Secrecy And Treason, Conspiracy And Revenge Once Again Overtake England The Future Rests In The Hands Of A Mother And Son Whose Bonds Have Reached A Breaking Point.

!!> BOOKS ✺ The King Must Die (The Isabella Books, #2)  ✰ Author N. Gemini Sasson – Hakkas.us
  • Paperback
  • 356 pages
  • The King Must Die (The Isabella Books, #2)
  • N. Gemini Sasson
  • English
  • 22 July 2017
  • 0982715889

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  1. says:

    The She Wolf, Isabella of France is the height of her power Her husband, Edward II, has given up the throne in favor of his young son, Edward III England s sovereignty is shaky due to Edward II s incapable rule, but Isabella is determined that her son will one day rule both England and France Isabella relies on her lover, Roger Mortimer to guide her son and ensure her will is followed After Edward II is found dead in his cell, Is...


  2. says:

    I m going to refer back to Gemini s terrific guest post in this review I too was struck by the film, Braveheart It is my favorite film and probably always will be And, as Gemini also felt, it was this film that led to my obsession and further investigation into the personages portrayed in the movie I immediately did a lot of non fiction reading on William Wallace and Robert the Bruce In addition, I was very curious about Edward I Longshanks , Edwa I m going to refer back to Gemini s terrific guest post in this review I too was struck by the film, Braveheart It is my favorite film and probably always will be And, as Gemini also felt, it was this film that led to my obsession and further investigation into the personages portrayed in the movie I immediately did a lot of non fiction reading ...


  3. says:

    1 copy available Ahhh


  4. says:

    I ve always been a fan of books about royalty, no matter what the country English kings and queens are my favorite I have to say, I ve not read much about Plantagenet line I ve read about the Tudors and the Stuarts mostly, so when I had the opportunity to be part of this tour, I jumped on it.The start of the book is slow, because Edward II hadn t abdicated his throne The story is told from both Edward s and Isabella s point of view It gave the story good perspective, it also helped the read I ve always been a fan of books about royalty, no matter what the country English kings and queens are my favorite I have to say, I ve not read much about Plantagenet line I ve read about the Tudors and the Stuarts mostly, so when I had the opportunity to be part of this tour, I jumped on it.The start of the book is slow, because Edward II hadn t abdicated his throne The story is told from both Edward s and Isabella s point of view It gave the story good perspective, it also helped the readers to understand what Isabella and Roger Mortimer had been through prior to the events of this story You might want to read the first book Isabeau to learn , I know I will be reading it soon What I found refreshing about this book was how Isabella was portrayed in a favorable light, but even still you weren t sure how you felt about her You sa...


  5. says:

    I really enjoyed this book and the way the author presented Isabella, Edward and esp Mortimer Unlike the she wolf Isabella is considered, here I find her a concerned and thoughtful person This is most likely because her short comings are glossed over significantly But I liked her a lot in this book and felt for her with every decision or inaction she took The relationship between Phillipa and Isabella was nicely done too To me the best character in this book was Mortimer I ve read differe I really enjoyed this book and the way the author presented Isabella, Edward and esp Mortimer Unlike the she wolf Isabella is considered, here I find her a concerned and thoughtful person This is most likely because her short ...


  6. says:

    There are so many historical fiction renditions of Edward II s attempted murder and Isabella s supposed involvement However, N Sasson has portrayed a different perspective and shone light on the possibility that Isabella didn t try to murder her husband N Sasson has a gift for story telling and her talent of imagery made the story so vivid it could easily be interpreted into a visual picture within the imagination I enjoyed this book, at times it felt rather slow but I would continue to rea There are so many historical fiction renditions of Edward II s attempted murder and Isabella s supposed involvement However, N Sasson has portrayed a different perspective and shone light on the possibility that Isabella didn t try to murder h...


  7. says:

    I really liked the first Isabella book, so I decided to purchase the conclusion to readof her story The second book balances out Isabella and her son Edward III as the main protagonists.One thing that I really enjoyed about bother books was the portrayal of Phillipa of Hanault, wife of Edward III I d read some of her in Ann O Brien s The King s Concubine A Novel of Alice Perrers Sasson portrays the couple as a close and loving one, and I hope that they were truly as happy as they appea I really liked the first Isabella book, so I decided to purchase the conclusion to readof her story The second book balances out Isabella and her son Edward III as the main protagonists.One thing t...


  8. says:

    I didn t realize Sasson was planning a second book continuing the story of Isabella and Mortimer I had read Isabeau and enjoyed it, although as shrewd as Isabella most likely was, I think she is depicted a little too worldly, with too much insight into her own mistakes and humanity The King Must Die picks up after the deaths of Lancaster and Hugh Despencer and focuses on Isabella s son, Edward, soon to be Edward the III The book vacilates between Isabella s and Edward s perspectives, offering I di...


  9. says:

    I feel like this is somewhere between 3 and 4 stars.It s a GOOD story It s well written and does a good job on the tightrope between fact, rumor, conjecture, and fiction.I think what keeps this from being a 4 star book is Isabelle Maybe Eleanor of Aquitaine has ruined me for rebellious queens Isabelle just never materialized as the she wolf Honestly, in this book instead of coming across as an empowered, powerful woman she plays the role of flighty, confused damsel in distress I didn t like I feel like this is somewhere between 3 and 4 stars.It s a GOOD story It s well written and does a good job on the tightrope betwe...


  10. says:

    I am enjoying Gemini s style very much, and will be looking for her name The King Must Die is not disappointing me Picked up well after Isabeau and has kept interest Her discriptions continue to be filling me images of the time, not only of the physical surroundings, bu...

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