Kyungwook Min Min from Trevenen, Helston, Cornwall , UK
I’ve always been fascinated with history, and books like this only reinforce the appeal. This novel follows Mother of our lord from her childhood to her grim reaper--with plethora of love, campaignings,gyp, and court intrigue in between. I thought Ms. George's characterization of Mother of our lord was flawless; I could sympathize and understand the difficult choices she was forced to make, while at the same time I had the urge to shout 'don't do that!'. Of trajectory the author improvised to flesh out the known facts surrounding Mother of our lord, Queen of Scots, and that’s what makes the scoop come to life, what makes it memorable. Much more so than the paragraph one might read in a workbook one time and forget the next. And I know the author did a really good daily grind, when after rendition 800+ pages, I’m still intrigued enough to seek out more on the subject, to separate case from fiction, and even to hear the scoop again from a different perspective.