Saturday, July 16, 2016

Game of Crowns: Elizabeth, Camilla, and Kate and the Throne/ Christopher P. Andersen/ 341 pages

Game of Crowns, written by Christopher P. Andersen is a light read regarding the three highest ranking ladies in the British Monarchy.  The author begins with the premise of what will happen the day that the current Queen passes away.  The remainder of the book is a re-hash of previously published information and interviews with a few fun details added in.  It's clear from the author's tone that he is not a fan of Charles and Camilla, but does believe the fate of the monarchy rests in the hands of William and Kate.  For those who like royal trivia there are some interesting bits revealed, but the bulk of the book is the same old, same old.

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