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on 7 April 2004
The marsh King’s Daughter is a delightful medieval love story between Miriel Weaver and Nicholas de Caen, whose road to true love is somewhat rocky and at times very tragic.
From the first chapter of this book I was totally entwined within the fabric of the entire book, because Elizabeth Chadwick character’s have so much depth to them that you start to relate to them personally. You start to begin to celebrate in their love and share in their tragedies as if they where people you have actually known and it is this aspect of the book which makes it such a great read.
The plot from the start grabs the reader’s imagination and takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride of the up’s and downs of Miriel’s live and finally speeds the reader on to the climax of the book.
This book is one of the best book’s I have read for a while and would recommend it to anyone. Although the story is a love story it has true depth and feeling and is not the usual mushy mumbo jumbo, a real gem.