The King’s Heart by Lezlie Word Tyson
Date Finished: 15th September 2012
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I received this Ebook for review by the author. At first I was unsure on whether I would enjoy the book or not, it appeared to be heavily centred around the historical occurrings of the 12th century. However a couple of pages into the book, my mind changed. Historical fiction and any history in general to be honest is not of interest to me, however I soon became attached and grew a liking for the character Lady Cornella and later Corinne. The plot was ever growing and there was a few changes in events fitted into this short novel. If I had one fault for The King’s Heart it would be, at times I felt there was too many characters at once in places, and on a few occasions had to reread parts to make sure I was aware of who was doing what. However, Lezlie Word Tyson is very descriptive in her writing and readers can expect to be present alongside the characters, feel their pain and suffering.
I do not hesitate in awarding The King’s Heart
Reviewed by Ginger 2012