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Second in the legendary Lymond Chronicles ueens' Play follows Francis Crawford of Lymond who has been abruptly called into the service of Mary ueen of Scots Though she. I bumped my initial 4 star rating to 5 since this book was still making me think and shake my head in wonder several days after I finished reading itFrancis Crawford of Lymond has been summoned by the Dowager ueen of Scotland who is temporarily living in France with the 7 year old Mary ueen of Scots to come to France to protect the young ueen from an unknown person who is trying to assassinate her The Dowager ueen an experienced and canny old politician thinks she knows exactly how she wants to use Lymond and what she does and doesn t need or want him to do but events have a way of proving people in this series wrong in their comfortable assumptions Decisions ten The Line protect the young ueen from an unknown Your Naughty Playmate 3 - Cuckolding Fantasy person who is trying to assassinate her The Dowager ueen an experienced and canny old Haute Chinese Cuisine from the Kitchen of Wakiya politician thinks she knows exactly how she wants to use Lymond and what she does and doesn t need or want him to do but events have a way of Twisted proving The Exploration of the Male Anatomy people in this series wrong in their comfortable assumptions Decisions ten

characters ô E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Dorothy Dunnett

Is only a little girl the ueen is already the object of malicious intrigues that extend from her native country to the court of France It is to France that Lymond mus. Second reading June 2016 via audio book as with TGoK made me love it even original reviewI still think Francis Crawford of Lymond the Master of Culter is basically Lord Flashheart from Blackadder in subtler guise But now now he actually seems even over the top than thatIn ueens Play the second of the six Lymond Chronicles Lymond is amuck in France at the behest of the Scottish Dowager ueen Mother Mary de Guise whose seven year old daughter Mary ueen of Scots is being raised at the French court alongside her intended husband the Dauphin supposedly to keep her safe from the hated English The little girl turns out to sorely need a guy like Lymond in her corner bec

Dorothy Dunnett ☆ 9 review

T travel exercising his sword hand and his agile wit while also undertaking the most unlikely of masuerades all to make sure that his charge's royal person stays intac. Frustrating absorbing and intensely emotional I can t stop thinking about this bookLymond is back this time in France hanging out in disguise in the most extravagant and decadent court in 16 c Europe trying to protect the young Mary ueen of scots The story starts with a bang there are many twists and turns and Dorothy Dunnett had me wrong footed right form the start Fans of the main character may be a little disappointed with the first half of the book as Lymond is deep in disguise and not uite himself It is a little lighter than a game of kings on the what the hell is he talking about factor for that very reason There is plenty of adventure though as his alt

  • Paperback
  • 432
  • ueens' Play
  • Dorothy Dunnett
  • English
  • 14 April 2018
  • 9780679777441

10 thoughts on “ueens' Play

  1. says:

    I bumped my initial 4 star rating to 5 since this book was still making me think and shake my head in wonder several days after I finished reading itFrancis Crawford of Lymond has been summoned by the Dowager ueen of Scotland who is temporari

  2. says:

    new word I've learned from this book An ollave of the highest grade is professor singer poet all in the one His songs and tales are of battles and voyages of tragedies and adventures of cattle raids and preyings of forays hostings courtships and elopements hidings and destructions sieges and feasts and slaughters; and you'd rather listen to a man killing a pig than hear half of them through After the epic st

  3. says:

    Me after A Game of Kings “Can I shoot him preferably with a haruebus please? Lymond is so insufferable”Me after ueen’s Play “Can I have him preferably scantily dressed please? Lymond is so entertaining”That could comprise my whole

  4. says:

    c'est vraiment magnifiuePS Lymond was his usual spectacular self one expects no less from him but the star of the show was Phelim O'LiamRoe 💖

  5. says:

    I said on twitter that I am smart enough to read Dunnett but just barely She layers intrigue and action with some beautiful language but I was often forced to go back and reread several pages because i missed something vital; she doesn't hold your hand and warn you when something major is coming upI still can't help but seeing Lymond as a historical Bugs Bunny with at stake He is in and out of every situation c

  6. says:

    Second reading June 2016 via audio book as with TGoK made me love it even original reviewI still think Francis Crawford of Lymond the Master of Culter is basically Lord Flashheart from Blackadder in subtler guise But now now he actually seems even over the top than thatIn ueens' Play the second of the six Lymond Chronicles Lymond

  7. says:

    To say that Dorothy Dunnett's writing is in a league of its own would be a huge understatement because it's far better than that It's basically a sport of its own played after rules no one else can ever understand played with such excellence and brilliance that no one else ever dares to pick up the ball and give it a try 'ueen's Play' is once again an embodiment of perfection a book without a fault and an unparalleled p

  8. says:

    It is two years since the close of The Game of Kings and someone is planning the murder of young Mary ueen of Scots and Mary of Guise

  9. says:

    Frustrating absorbing and intensely emotional I can't stop thinking about this bookLymond is back this time in France hangi

  10. says:

    I didn't need to swallow this whole It was a reread for Pete's sake I could have taken my time and savored every delicious brilliant word But there's a point in every book of this series where I feel like I'm strapped to the saddle of a runaway horse hurtling helplessly toward the conclusion with no chance of stopping or slowing u

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