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  • Paperback
  • 130 pages
  • The Movement of Rings (Movement of Crowns #2)
  • Nadine C. Keels
  • English
  • 26 June 2018
  • 1491040912

10 thoughts on “The Movement of Rings (Movement of Crowns #2)

  1. says:

    So once I got used to being away from Constance, but in the same world, then I loved this book Personally, I think I enjoyed itthan the first one, but I still gave it four stars because of a few things.Note Nadine the author did a wonderful job of dealing with Nanoa s place in the palace She handled that very well.I would suggest this book for 13 depending on their maturity as it mentions several things th...


  2. says:

    The second book in the Movement of Crowns Series, looks at the overtaking of Munda from the point of view of the Mundayne people It centred on Naona, one of King Aud s concubines.One of the things that I enjoyed about the book was the difference in perspective that the book gave us While we got much of the same story in timeline as Movement of Crowns, we had a view of it from the Mundayne peoples side of things.This novel was interesting...


  3. says:

    This sequel to The Movement of Crowns takes place in the neighboring country of Mundayne with a new protagonist Naona is a maidservant to King Aud, a ruthless king who over taxes his citizens When his citizens rebel, he crushes the rebellion very brutally When Princess Constance visits Mundayne, Naona soon finds her to be a good ally Naona must choose to be loyal to King Aud or Princess Diachona When King Aud strikes a war with Diachona, he entrusts her with his signet ring Naona then has This sequel to The Movement of Crowns takes place in the neighboring country of Mundayne...


  4. says:

    The Movement of Rings Goodreads SummaryA time to remember what lies deeper than one s fears The Mundayne empire has seen years of prosperity under the rule of King Aud, a man of war known the world over for his ruthlessness Naona, a high spirited imperial servant who holds Aud s favor, occupies herself with pulling pranks on her peers around the king s estate, but the time for laughter spoils when the citizens of Munda begin to oppose increasing taxation After meeting the princess of Diachona, The Movement of Rings Goodreads SummaryA time to remember what lies deeper than one s fears The Mundayne empire has seen years of prosperity under the rule of King Aud, a man of war known the world over for his ruthlessness Naona, a high spirited imperial servant who holds Aud s favor, occupies herself with pulling pranks on her peers around the king s estate, but the time for laughter spoils when the citizens of Munda begin to oppose increasing taxation After meeting the princess of Diachona, Naona finds herself having to choose between maintaining loyalty to her king and becoming a personal ally of another nation With the rise of unrest in Munda, can Naona s heart survive intact intact enough, even, for an unforeseen chance at love with a foreign man My ReviewThe Movement of Rings starts out by portraying the relations that took place during the first b...


  5. says:

    In the sequel to Nadine Keels novella The Movement of Kings, The Movement of Rings begins by showing the other side of the battle between Munda and Diachona, the side of the greedy King Aud and his maidservant, the feisty Naona.After detailing what went on behind the scenes when Aud decided to attack Diachona, the story goes on to tell of the fate of Munda, the kingdom nite without a king or queen and no way to crown a brew one, because the Ring Of Will was secretly given to Naona by Aud before In the sequel to Nadine Keels novella The Movement of Kings, The Movement of Rings begins by showing the other side of the battle between Munda and Diachona, the side of the greedy King Aud and his maidservant, the feisty Naona.After detailing what went on behind the scenes when Aud decided to attack Diachona, the story goes on to tell of the fate of Munda, the kingdom nite without a king or queen and no way to crown a brew one, because the Ring Of Will was secretly given to Naona by Aud before his murder.Can Munda survive and gain back its integrity after civil wars and the forceful taking off land from other countries And could the fate lie in the hands of a maidservant from the village As I said about its predecessor, Rings is a joy to read It details the story of a s...


  6. says:

    Another great trip to a far away land I am a history addict, so these type stories are something I crave Are you ready Diachona awaits Even better than the last We travel to Munda where we re introduced to new people,battles to overcome, tough decisions that must be made Will Diachona gain it s newest ally in the Mundayne empire I don t like to give spoilers, so I will just tell you if you enjoy stories that sweep you away to far away lands in days of old that are full of passi Another great trip to a far away land I am a history addict, so these type stories are something I crave Are you ready Diachona awaits Even better than the last We travel to Munda where we re introduced to new people,battles to overcome, tough decisions that must be made Will Diachona gain it s newest ally in the Mundayne empire I don t like to give spoilers, so I will just tell you if you enjoy stories that sweep you away to far away lands in days of old that are full of passionate characters then this boo...


  7. says:

    This second book in the Movement of Crowns series, is just as wonderful as the first one In this one we find out about Munda and its people first hand Once again, Nadine kept me spell bound from the first paragraph The char...


  8. says:

    I was eager to read this complimentary book, which follows on from the Movement of Crowns book Through this book the story is centred on maidservant Noana, and her place as she experiences and views possible and real troubles occurring between two realms Again I found the ...


  9. says:

    Book 2 in The Movement of Crowns series, The Movement Of Rings focuses on Naona, a maidservant in the Munda Palace This book starts out a few years before the previous Movement of Crowns book when Princess Constance visits Munda as a teenager.The Kingdom of Munda is quite different from that of Diachona While the people of Diachona...


  10. says:

    The Movement of Rings, the second installment in The Movement of Crowns series was a really enjoyable novella I read this book much faster than the first, as I am now used to the author s style Nothing was difficult about this one What was interesting This story takes during the same time period as some of the first novel This was fun It was like seeing the other side of what was happening I enjoyed learningabout King Aud and the Mundayne kingdom What I loved I love it when I become The Movement of Rings, the second installment in The Movement of Crowns series was a really enjoyable novella I read this book much faster than the first, as I am now used to the author s style Nothing was difficult about this one What was interesting This story takes during the same time period as some of the first novel This was fun It was like seeing the other side of what was happen...


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The Movement of Rings (Movement of Crowns #2) Sequel To The Movement Of CrownsWhat Lies Deeper Than Fear The Mundayne Empire Has Prospered Under The Rule Of King Aud, A Ruthless Man Of War Naona, A Spirited Imperial Servant Who Holds Aud S Favor, Enjoys Pulling Pranks On Her Peers Around The King S Estate But The Time For Laughter Spoils When The Citizens Of Munda Begin To Oppose The Taxes That Pay For Aud S Wars.After Meeting The Princess Of Diachona, Naona Must Choose Between Remaining Loyal To Her King And Becoming Another Nation S Ally With The Rise Of Unrest In Munda, How Can Naona S Heart Survive Intact Intact Enough, Even, For A Chance At Love With A Foreign Man


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