The forgotten sister of Nicola Cornick
Nicola Cornick's forgotten sister is a wonderful time-lapse novel that actually has its roots. History has two periods – 1550 and today. Current historical figures are included in the story, including Elizabeth I and Robert Dudley. You were both familiar to me as a historian.
The novel is an exciting read because both stories run parallel and the reader reads with a racing heart. While the action is flowing, we cannot avoid the conclusion.
I loved the characters. They were well drawn and realistic. The main actresses were very personable and easy to understand. A couple of characters triggered feelings of aversion when my feelings were guided by the pen of Nicola Cornick.
I was familiar with many places. I was thrilled to read about Hales Owen in Worcestershire when we actually went to Lifecentral, a church in Halesowen.
I always love Nicola Cornick's novels. They inspire, entertain and educate me. I can never put them down (except for sleeping!)
The forgotten sister is a fabulous read that I highly recommend.
I got this book for free. A positive rating was not required and all views expressed are my own.
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