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Tangled in Time 2: The Burning Queen
- Narrateur(s): Jorjeana Marie
- Durée: 7 h et 9 min
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For fans of the Royal Diaries series and of Gail Carson Levine, here is the second adventure in a middle grade time travel series from Newbery Honor-winning Kathryn Lasky!
In book 2, newly orphaned Rose finds herself time-traveling between present day and the court of the two most memorable English princesses in history.
When Princess Mary ascends the throne in 16th-century England, Rose is forced to leave Princess Elizabeth and serve Mary. Mary’s coronation is coming, and Rose will be put to work making elaborate gowns. But the religiously devout queen’s next plan is to begin her attack on Protestants - burning them at the stake!
Rose’s dad, master spy and goldsmith for the court, urges Rose to escape to her home century, present day Indiana, where Rose befriends a young immigrant named Marisol. Rose must protect Marisol from both middle school mean girls and the threat of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Relishing her newfound family, Rose is determined to rescue her father and best friend Franny from the dangers of Queen Mary's reign. Is she willing to risk everything to save the people closest to her?
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- Jennifer C.
Wonderful conclusion to this duology!
Picking up where book 1 left off, Rose now finds herself caught between Princess Elizabeth and the about-to-crowned Queen Mary; but those are not the only dueling females or persecutions she must contend with. In the present day, a new student begins attending her school, Marisol, but she seems to be hiding something. Marisol has also become the target of the mean girls at school, who have seemed to replace Brianna.
As Rose struggles with persecutions in both the past and the present, she is also trying to convince her father to join her in the present so they can be together. Will Rose be able to save everyone who is, or is becoming, important to her? Or will she lose more of those she loves?
I admit, the ending to the first book was somewhat abrupt, and I was a bit worried about how Rose was going to navigate the battles between Mary and Elizabeth in the past. This book delivered a wonderful story that not only brought in quite a bit of history, but also tied the issues in Queen Mary's court to some of the issues that are still being dealt with today through the troubles that Rose faces.
I also liked how Rose was able to continue traveling back and forth, particularly after losing her locket to the princess. I definitely enjoyed this book as much, if not more than, the first book, and I wouldn't mind reading a third book in the series that follows up on what happens at the end - which I'm not going to say because I don't want to spoil anything for you.
For this book, I was able to listen to the audiobook, which was narrated by Jorjeana Marie. Marie gave a wonderful performance, and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to her. If you listen to audiobooks, give this one a try.
- xiangyang zhao
Great book, the narrator does an amazing job on the different voices throughout the book. I would highly recommend children through the ages of 8 through 11. Though you should listen or read the first book in this series.
- christine feldhaus
Even as an adult I am enjoying this seriers. Actually learning a lot. Enjoy the voice. Looking forward to the next book.