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Sunday, December 29, 2019

The Faith of Queen Elizabeth by Dudley Delffs


I didn’t really like this book, but hats off to the Queen. She seems like a woman rich in character

The Faith of Queen Elizabeth: The Poise, Grace, and Quiet Strength Behind the CrownThe Faith of Queen Elizabeth: The Poise, Grace, and Quiet Strength Behind the Crown by Dudley Delffs
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I hate to say it, but this was a “meh” read for me. If you have watched the Crown and done a little Google search, you’ve read this book. It’s a recap of her life and how the author believes the Queen operated in faith in certain situations. There were a few things I learned about her, but it was largely a so so read. The story drug along and jumped around. It’s like a fan letter with people the author ran into that knew the Queen. He did not speak to her. The closest he got was thinking he saw her majesty along a trail once. The book lacked depth. It’s sad to me because her faith seems to be a driving force in her decisions.


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