The Girl in the Glass Tower by Elizabeth Fremonth
The Girl in the Glass Tower by Elizabeth Fremantle
Title - The Girl in the Glass Tower
Author - Elizabeth Fremantle
Published - Feb '17
Publisher - Penguin
Genre - #History
Pages - 464
Price on Amazon - Paperback - £7.74 Kindle - £4.99
ISBN - 1405920041
Arbella Stuart is a royal who lives at Hardwick Hall, she cannot leave. Trapped behind the huge glass windows of Hardwick Hall Arbella longs to be free. But with half the country wanting her to take the throne and the other half wanting her dead so her cousin can take the throne and become the Scottish King.
All Arbella wants is to be free from her evil grandmother, she longs to ride her horses and be free to love who she wants. But to be free she needs to learn how to navigate the treacherous waters of the kingdom's power plays or he might just end up dead.
To be honest, I found this book to be quiet slow, I struggled to get into it and must admit I couldn't finish it. For this reason, I am unable to give a full review. I can say I will not read this book again and I would not recommend it either.
Thank You to NetGalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Rating - One out of Five Stars
Would I Read Again? - No
Would I Recommend? - No
Would I read other books by the same author? - Yes
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