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kindle Í Traitor Angels Hardcover read ↠ reflectionslisburnltd Ç Six years have passed since England’s King Charles II returned from exile to reclaim the throne ushering in a new era of stability for his subjects Except for Elizabeth Milton The daughter of notorious poet John Milton Elizabeth has never Nio seems just as determined to protect her father as she is but can she trust him with her heart? When the two discover that Milton has planted an explosive secret in the half finished Paradise Lost a secret the king and his aristocratic supporters are desperate to conceal Elizabeth is faced with a devastating choice cling to the shelter of her old life or risk cracking the code unleashing a secret that could save her fatherand tear apart the very fabric of societ 45 starsI loved it like Galileo loves space Review to come on Happy Indulgence

Anne Blankman ↠ Traitor Angels epub

Object she suspects that he’s training her for a mission whose purpose she cannot fathom Until one night the reason becomes clear the king’s men arrive at her family’s country home to arrest her father Determined to save him Elizabeth follows his one cryptic clue and journeys to Oxford accompanied by her father’s mysterious young houseguest Antonio Vivani a darkly handsome Italian scientist who surprises her at every turn Funny brilliant and passionate Anto i'm rounding down to a 3 under gr's 'i liked it' scalethis wasn't a bad book by all means i was really excited when i first learned about it after reading alyssa's review which you can read here but then i saw the average rating and that kind of made me hesitant it shouldn't but usually it's a reviewratingcover that makes or breaks the interest of a book for mei started this i think around the time i finished a court of mist and fury but it didn't feel right at the time when i got back into it last night i didn't find myself struggling to get through i was determined to finish the book and actually found myself enjoying iti don't read a lot of historical books the only era i really like would be the victorian or things similar to it this takes place in 1666 and that didn't hold a lot of meaning for me but the aspect of the book which is discovering something that could uite possibly ruin the world haha how many times have we heard that before made this intriguing the book is kind of like a treasure hunt elizabeth's father poet john milton has been taken by the crown to be executed he tells elizabeth to keep his poem paradise lost safe he also tells her a phrase that leaves her confused and starts the whole hunt within his poem he's hidden clues that she and a florentine Antonio have to uncoverblankman kind of kept me on my feet with each new clue i grew a little invested into the story i liked the characters well enough especially antonio who was just a sweetheart i grew to like elizabeth but i had some problems with heri didn't like the romantic arc of the story despite how adorable antonio was i feel like it could've gone without developing feelings so early within the story every time he made a joke or brushed up against her elizabeth would start blushing like crazy and yeah she was raised as a puritan and whatnot but even after she'd grown out of her comfort zone it was getting a bit annoyingalso it was said that she was accustomed to sword fighting i would've liked to see a bit of that especially in the end where everything was going downhill if you guys aren't into religious aspects in books i'd recommend not picking this up not that there's a heavy load of faith in it the main character struggles from both believing in her faith and her interest in scienceastronomyphilosophy but it kind of does play a significant role in the story in brief the thing elizabeth's father is having her and her companions chase around could very well ruin the basic structure of christianity and at that time that was kind of the whole world for the characters believers the talk of religion is brought up throughout the book so if it makes you uncomfortableyou don't like it best to stay awayi did find it interesting because it made me feel the book was a bit rich in content seeing elizabeth struggle to find herself was interesting especially in a time like that and with consideration to how she was brought up it was great character developmentoverall this was a decent book nothing that WOW'd me but still enjoyable i liked how anne blankman wove her own story around paradise lost along with historical events you can tell she did her research thoroughly it's definitely something uniuerating 35

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Traitor AngelsSix years have passed since England’s King Charles II returned from exile to reclaim the throne ushering in a new era of stability for his subjects Except for Elizabeth Milton The daughter of notorious poet John Milton Elizabeth has never known her place in this shifting world except by her father’s side By day she helps transcribe his latest masterpiece the epic poem Paradise Lost and by night she learns languages and sword fighting Although she does not dare Mini reviewDNF When I had heard about this book I was sold I love historical fiction and the treasure hunt stories Unfortunately this book was not for me I could not stand Elizabeth's father Also Paradise Lost is a poem concerning Christianity If I remember correctly correct me if I'm wrong it was about Satan's descent to Earth That was very odd to read about But for the most part I DNFed this because of John Milton And that ending I skimmed left a very bitter taste in my mouth I do recommend this The treasure hunt sounds interesting