It took me a while to get into this book, but once I did, it turned out to be one of my favorites. You could smell and see 14th century England.
I first read Katherine years ago as a teenage. Her story remains my favorite of all time. I have read it several times over, some passages even more. And still I remain in awe of Seyton's depiction of Katherine. Her steadfast loyalty and love through hardships beyond imagination make her a true heroine for all generations.
This is such a compelling story. My mum told me to read it, one of her favourites..and now is one of mine.
My all time favorite. I've read it over and over throughout my life and each time love it as much.
I finnished reading this book recenyly and loved it, I found it easy to get into . i wouldnt have known about this author if my mum hadnt suggested i read the mistltoe and the sword which I also loved. those of you who are unsure about anyas writting style could start with the mistletoe and the sword as it is much shorter.