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Rows closer to Eleanor she grapples with the revelation of the island’s sinister true purpose as well as the truth of her own past When Eleanor’s life is threatened Margaret is faced with a perilous choice between helping Eleanor and protecting hersel. Be warned the art in this one will deceive you Based on the art and the summary I picked this one up as a chill children s book to help get my Netgalley score up As stated in my August TBR blog post I m very interested in reading about English history I thought this would just be a child s view on what happens in this retelling but boy was I wrong The story starts with the MC Margaret an orphan girl and only child on an island convent explaining the island and her own mysterious history Margaret s sense of humor and the wonderful illustrations really brought this island to life She was my favorite character although I did like all the other nuns living there and the servantsOne day a ship shows up with a young boy named William and his mother He and Margaret become friends but when William s mother dies he is soon sent off the island This my friends is when the political drama gets SPICY Soon after William leaves a very angry woman who used to be ueen shows up Each page after that has the island s and it s inhabitants secrets revealed and There are some plot twists in this book that made me physically slam my phone on the table and pout like a child My sister thought I was insane but if she understood how much of a wild adventure this book was she would have picked up my phone and thrown it out the windowI 100% recommend for anyone who likes to read mature children s books and English history Disclosure I received an arc copy of this book from Walker Books US via NetGalley and I m reviewing it voluntarily Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos up as a chill children s book to help get my Netgalley score The Illusionists up As stated in my August TBR blog post I m very interested in reading about English history I thought this would just be a child s view on what happens in this retelling but boy was I wrong The story starts with the MC Margaret an orphan girl and only child on an island convent explaining the island and her own mysterious history Margaret s sense of humor and the wonderful illustrations really brought this island to life She was my favorite character although I did like all the other nuns living there and the servantsOne day a ship shows O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, up with a young boy named William and his mother He and Margaret become friends but when William s mother dies he is soon sent off the island This my friends is when the political drama gets SPICY Soon after William leaves a very angry woman who One for My Baby used to be Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, ueen shows We up Each page after that has the island s and it s inhabitants secrets revealed and There are some plot twists in this book that made me physically slam my phone on the table and pout like a child My sister thought I was insane but if she The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, understood how much of a wild adventure this book was she would have picked The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, up my phone and thrown it out the windowI 100% recommend for anyone who likes to read mature children s books and English history Disclosure I received an arc copy of this book from Walker Books US via NetGalley and I m reviewing it voluntarily

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He coast of her kingdom where the nuns of the convent spend their days peacefully praying sewing and gardening But the island is also home to Margaret a mysterious young orphan girl whose life is upturned when the cold regal stranger arrives As Margaret g. Historical fiction loosely based on Elizabeth I The story is told from the perspective of a young girl raised in a convent on a remote island The story is long and drawn out at 400 pages but I never found myself bored It s told in a mixture of traditional comic book panels and illustrated prose The story shifts about half way through when a mysterious woman is brought to the island as a prisoner Meconis s art has a simple muted style to it that gave the book the look of an illustrated manuscript from the Middle Ages Received a review copy from Candlewick Press and netGalley all thoughts are my own and in now way influenced by the aforementioned Doctors, Ambassadors, Secretaries upturned when the cold regal stranger arrives As Margaret g. Historical fiction loosely based on Elizabeth I The story is told from the perspective of a young girl raised in a convent on a remote island The story is long and drawn out at 400 pages but I never found myself bored It s told in a mixture of traditional comic book panels and illustrated prose The story shifts about half way through when a mysterious woman is brought to the island as a prisoner Meconis s art has a simple muted style to it that gave the book the look of an illustrated manuscript from the Middle Ages Received a review copy from Candlewick Press and netGalley all thoughts are my own and in now way influenced by the aforementioned

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Cult graphic novelist Dylan Meconis offers a rich reimagining of history in this hybrid novel loosely based on the exile of ueen Elizabeth I by her sister ueen MaryWhen her sister seizes the throne ueen Eleanor of Albion is banished to a tiny island off t. Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewUnfortunately after loving the first scene my interest in this or any enjoyment went downhill and I was unable to read than 10 or 15%It was very tedious and tiring to read too much focusing on the mundane life and the nun part of the story In all honesty I expected something completely different than what was delivered The art is enjoyable though But still I feel like DNFing and not rating is the better option here The White Nights of Ramadan ueen Elizabeth I by her sister The Black Ice Score (Parker, ueen Eleanor of Albion is banished to a tiny island off t. Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewUnfortunately after loving the first scene my interest in this or any enjoyment went downhill and I was The Black Painting unable to read than 10 or 15%It was very tedious and tiring to read too much focusing on the mundane life and the nun part of the story In all honesty I expected something completely different than what was delivered The art is enjoyable though But still I feel like DNFing and not rating is the better option here

  • Hardcover
  • 400
  • ueen of the Sea
  • Dylan Meconis
  • English
  • 15 September 2019
  • 9781536204988

About the Author: Dylan Meconis

Dylan Meconis is a cartoonist and writer She was raised in Seattle Washington but now lives in Portland Oregon She is a member of Helioscope the largest studio of freelance comics creators in North AmericaShe is married to her wife Katie and they have a dog named President Teddy Roosevelt



10 thoughts on “ueen of the Sea

  1. says:

    Advance Review Copy generously provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewUnfortunately after loving the first scene my interest in this or any enjoyment went downhill and I was unable to read than 10 or 15%It was very tedious and tiring to read too much focusing on the mundane life and the nun p

  2. says:

    I received an ARC of this book for free from Candlewick Press in exchange for an honest review This is a graphic novel very loosely based on Elizabeth I and her sister Mary And by loosely I mean that it like an al

  3. says:

    With graphic novels and comics for kids being produced at a rate far prodigious than ever before you can get a little inured to the sameness of some of the titles There are the personal memoirs mostly about white girls There are the out of thi

  4. says:

    Betrayal sickness love and war ueen of the Sea is a historical fiction graphic novel full of amazing illustrations and a gripping emotional story Thank you so much to Walker Books for sending me an Advanced Reader Copy| Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram

  5. says:

    A little surprised I haven't heard anyone talk about this graphic novel Although it skews middle grade than YA the protagonist seems to be a girl of about ten? ueen of the Sea is a sophisticated work of alternative historical fiction wonderfully illustrated The story is a little hard to explain basically it's about a MaryElizabeth I Tudor type fight for the throne told from a perspective of Margaret who lives in a convent on a

  6. says:

    Historical fiction loosely based on Elizabeth I The story is told from the perspective of a young girl raised in a convent on a remote island The story is long and drawn out at 400 pages but I never found myself bo

  7. says:

    Be warned the art in this one will deceive you Based on the art and the summary I picked this one up as a chill children’s book to help get my Netgalley score up As stated in my August TBR blog post I’m very interested in reading about English history I thought this would just be a child’s view on what happens in this retelling but boy was I wrong The story starts with the MC Margaret an orphan girl and only child on an island conve

  8. says:

    Fascinating alternate history closely based on the exile of ueen Elizabeth I during the reign of her half sister Bloody Mary The illustrations are amazing and the characters and story are excellent I would love for her to continue this

  9. says:

    Margaret lives a simple life on an island convent She's the only child on the island until William comes to live with her the sisters the three servants and the animals But then William's mother dies and he is sent away and the next person to come to the island is an angry young woman who used to be ueenand Margaret discovers her own secret historyThis is a riveting hybrid graphic novel there's a lot of text in additio

  10. says:

    A deliberately paced and immersive alternate history that may be a bit of a challenge for the young audience to which it is targeted but the plucky young heroine should carry them through Though set entirely in a convent on a small remote island plentiful storytelling and royal court intrigues keep the book from feeling claustrophobic I would certainly be interested in seeing the seuel set up by the conclusion

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