The Best Red Queen Book - August 2022
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Red Queen 4-Book Hardcover Box Set: Books 1-4
Glass Sword (Red Queen)
War Storm (Red Queen)
King's Cage (Red Queen)
Broken Throne: A Red Queen Collection
Red Queen 2-Book Paperback Box Set: Red Queen, Glass Sword
The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature
The Red Queen: A Novel
Red Queen: The Official Coloring Book
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CHRISTINA HENRY is the writer of this CHRONICLES OF ALICE duology, ALICE and RED QUEEN, a dark and twisted take on Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, as well as LOST BOY: THE TRUE STORY OF CAPTAIN HOOK, a source story of Captain Hook from Peter Pan.
She's also the author of the national bestselling BLACK WINGS series (BLACK WINGS, BLACK NIGHT, BLACK HOWL, BLACK LAMENT, BLACK CITY, BLACK HEART and BLACK SPRING) featuring Agent of Death Madeline Black and her popcorn-loving gargoyle Beezle.
She loves running long distances, even reading whatever she can get her hands on and seeing movies with samurai, zombies or subtitles in her spare time. She lives in Chicago.
You'll be able to visit her on the web in www.christinahenry.net, facebook.com/authorChristinaHenry, twitter.com/C_Henry_Author along with www.goodreads.com/CHenryAuthor. See all Christina Henry products
Philippa Gregory proceeded to England with her Loved Ones and was educated in Bristol and in the National Council. She worked as a senior reporter on the Portsmouth News, also also a journalist and producer for BBC Radio.
Philippa obtained a BA degree in History in the University of Sussex at Brighton and a PhD at Edinburgh University at 18th-century literature. Wideacre, her first novel, was composed as she completed her PhD and became an instant worldwide bestseller. She became a fulltime author.
Wideacre was followed by a haunting sequel, '' The Favoured Child, and the delightful happy ending of the trilogy: Meridon. This novel was recorded in Feminist Book Fortnight and also for the Romantic Novel of the Year at Precisely the Same time.
Her next book was The Wise Woman, '' a dazzling, disturbing novel of dark forces and wants set against the rich tapestry of their Reformation. Came an story, Fallen Skies established after the First World War. In which her home city of Bristol along with her understanding of the slave trade explored the individual price of captivity her novel A Respectable Trade took her back. Gregory accommodated her novel for an extremely acclaimed BBC television production which won the prize for drama in the Commission for Racial Equality and was nominated for a BAFTA for its screenplay.
Next came Earthly Joys and Virgin Earth, based on the true-life narrative of father and son both named John Tradescant working from the upheaval of the English Civil War. In such functions Gregory initiated the genre that has been her very own: a person's story, literary biography brought together with verve and study.
The gem in the crown of the new style was unquestionably The Other Boleyn Girl, a runaway bestseller that uttered the US marketplace and then moved worldwide telling th See all Philippa Gregory products