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This fictionalized history about Queen Elizabeth deciding to leave the palace and take a trip on her own is a fun book. The author must have done extensive research into what it’s like to be Queen Elizabeth and you do feel like you are taking a behind-the-scenes tour. Although the book was enjoyable, the ending was a bit of a let down, which is sometimes the case with otherwise good books. None the less, I would recommend this as good, light, summer reading. I rate it with a grade of "B."
posted Jun 7, 2013 at 7:13AM
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Depressed over her children's marriages breaking up, the death of Princess Diana, the fire at Windsor Castle, and the decommission of the Royal Train; walks away from the Palace one day, unattended, to London's busiest train station en route to the royal yacht moored in Scotland.