Yes, it is captivating and easy to comprehend. It is about a far-off kingdom.
Hello Abigail! I see there is not much remnant in that book. You are constant reading it. What is the story about?
A stupid king had omnipotent reign over his kingdom. He failed to suffice the needs of his people.
The king's advisors had a potent influence on the well being of the kingdom. They told the beautiful princess, the heir to the throne, that they planned regicide against her father.
She would be an omnipotent ruler, and a much better one, as long as she promised not to convict and apprehend the council.
She agreed to their proposition and took to the thrown. She would not just let her father die, though. She presumptiusly told her father the plan, as well as telling him to flee his domicile. The king cooperated with her plan and thanked her for the warning.
The whole kingdom was in rapture with the new, regal, sumptuous queen.