Synopsis: In 1920, when a woman who resembles like Grand Duchess Anastasia Romanov is pulled out of a canal in Germany two years after her supposed death, she has everyone questioning if the Romanov family did survive their execution. Told from the perspective of Anastasia during her family's exile and imprisonment leading up to 1918 and Anna Anderson, the most famous Anastasia impersonator, this story explores the truth of what happened on July 17th, 1918.
I was listening to a book podcast recently and they were talking about books they had to read for high school, or in the case of one of the hosts, didn't read. I was absolutely terrible at actually reading assigned books in high school and Sparknotes was my best friend! It's just a little ironic to me that someone who read so few of assigned books in school is such an avid reader now!
Synopsis: After moving in with her sister to help with her recovery, Emily gets roped into doing a Renaissance Faire with her niece. After clashing with Simon, the guy in charge of the Faire, Emily isn't sure about the thing, but quickly starts having fun as the tavern wench. Most surprisingly, she is having fun flirting with Captain Blackthorne, a charismatic pirate, who just so happens to be played by Simon.
Where do I even start with a book this size? I considered breaking this up into multiple posts, but I wouldn't even know how to break it up. I went into this book used to Brandon's writing, so I tabbed a lot of things (look at the picture about) that I thought I would need to remember later on. I don't know if this necessarily help me in the future but I think it made me think more critically about what was happening.