The Stolen One

The Stolen One

Book - 2009
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After the death of her foster mother, sixteen-year-old Kat goes to London to seek the answers to her parentage, and surprisingly finds herself invited into Queen Elizabeth's court.
Publisher: New York : Greenwillow Books, c2009.
ISBN: 9780061232008
Characteristics: 406 pages :,geneological ;,22 cm.

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ezulauf26 Nov 03, 2013

Very interesting...I loved the Elizabethinan feel that it gives. I am fascinated by the Tudors era. But I like the message most of all. She searched to find herself in where she thought she should be but soon discovered it was were she started all along at home.

BriLee_24 Jan 05, 2012

I am not a real fan of historical fiction, but this book was great. I am so happy that this book wasn't just a bunch of facts attached to a made up character and then called historical fiction. I originally checked this book out because I had to read a historical fiction novel for school, and I was not excited about it since I am more geared toward reading fantasy or science fiction novels. Once I got into this book, though, it was hard to put it down. This book has it all: romance, suspense, and mystery. I haven't read many historical fiction books, but this is definitely my favorite.

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