NOTE: This article was previously posted in 2015 and revised on May 19, 2017. Some content in this article may allude to events on or surrounding the date of the initial post.
One of the most captivating stories that I read as a teenager remains one of my beloved and cherished novels. “Forever Amber” by Kathleen Winsor, hands-down, ranks undoubtedly high amongst the best written novels of 17th-century England and the Royal Court. Winsor’s writing style is the reason why I fell in love with novels whose settings take place in the 16th and 17th centuries. After seeing this Book Review, I am sure that “Forever Amber” will find a place on your bookshelf if it not already has.
Title: Forever Amber
Page Count: 746
Author: Kathleen Winsor
Published Date: 1944
Publishing Company: Macmillan
I can still recall my math teacher asking me to put this book down in high school. In class, I found myself fantasizing about Amber’s exquisite and adventurous life while simultaneously trying to master linear equations and computations. Amber’s escapades, detailed by Kathleen Winsor, were as intricate and complex as a quadratic equation; I found her radical expressions to be quite entertaining.