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    Richly Developed and Easy To Like

    The first book in a three book series, The Movement of Crowns is an epic fantasy set in the kingdom of Diachona. The story follows the royal family from the birth of the new heir. A patriarchal society, Diachona has never been without a male heir before. But after years of failed attempts, finally, the king and queen are blessed with a daughter. Over the years she grows to be a strong independent woman, traveling to neighboring kingdoms, learning their languages and customs. The book begins with her birth and jumps to her 20th birthday celebration. Traditionally the heir is made a “Junior“ in their 20th year and takes a spot on the council. Constance will be the first Princess to take such a position. I found that the characters were richly developed and easy to like. The story development was smooth and natural, providing a richness of detail without overwhelming the reader. Although part of a three book series, this is an excellent story even as a standalone. Reviewed for LnkToMi iRead in response to a complimentary copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review. See the review of the full series at LnkToMi iRead.

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