Rich in history, culture and characters “Duchess” is a smashing conclusion to a dramatic and dynamic series.
The third in the series and the conclusion I’ve been waiting for, I was certainly not disappointed with this latest historical novel. If fact, I was beyond intrigued and loved delving into the world of Hollywood, stardom and the human condition. If there is one thing to point out in all of these books that make them, shall we say…grittier? Darker? Deeper? than others is the strong link of the human condition woven through each one.
There aren’t many places this book didn’t go. Hatred. Jealousy. Love. Forgiveness. Redemption. It’s a masterful plot woven with intricacies through the deepest and darkest in the human heart, only to be risen above it all by the redemption of our Savior.
I’ve watched this cast of characters across three novels. I’m not sure which remains the “best” or rather the one I liked the strongest, but I can say, I look forward to going back and reading each one over again, closer together this time, so I might better remember all the characters and their roles.
I loved the history. I loved that the story was set in Hollywood and we saw under all the glitz and glamour. This and its two preceding titles are powerful stories. Stories that echo and resound within the reader. Recommended for mature readers and lovers of great story!
This review is my honest opinion. Thanks to the publishers through Litfuse for my copy to review.
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