The fine people at Siren Book Reviews has given “The Scandalous Tale of Agnes Biggenbotten” a wonderful review, read below:
I loved this story! Christopher Newman used a very refreshing writing style. The tale is portrayed through a wandering storyteller. By using a storyteller, the author was able to make you feel like you were being told, instead of reading it.
The breaks in the tale by the storyteller were witty and funny. Agnes is a delightfully naïve heroin that we get to see develop throughout the tale, and just can’t help but love. Between the storyteller and Agnes I found myself laughing out loud at all the humorous parts, and crying at the sad parts.
The plot twists keep you on the edge of your seat and unable to stop “listening to the story”. This tale contains romance, intrigue, sorrow, and joy. It was truly wonderful, and the editing was well done. If you like a little humor and fun with your romance, then this is the story for you.
I can’t wait to see what other tales Christopher Newman has spun!
Posted by Kayden McLeod