Following are some of the reviews that I have received.
If you would like to leave a review of your own, click one of the links below. After writing your review, you can copy/paste it into each of the sites.
If you are already an Amazon customer, click on the box that says ratings. This will take you to the reviews. Click on write a customer review. This will take you to another page where you can leave your review. Don’t forget to give the star rating of your choice.
If you haven’t bought anything from Amazon for a while, you might not be able to do this one.
Goodreads is simply a source that recommends books according to your preferred genres. You can join different book clubs and join in discussions about books you like. If you don’t have an account, you can sign up for one for free.
Once you get here, click on RATE THIS BOOK. Designate how many stars you believe the book deserves, and then type in the review.
Bookbub is more of a place to find free or discounted books. You will have to sign up for an account with them, as well. It only takes a minute.
Click on my book, it should be first in the list. On the next page, there are 3 boxes, Save to Wishlist, Buy From, and Review.
Click Review. Again, you can just copy and paste the other reviews that you have written.
Fiona Quinn, USA Today Best-Selling Author
“Brushed onto a historical canvas, this riveting novel explores themes that have colored women’s lives throughout the generations. What we grappled with in our distant past has poignancy in today’s world. A beautifully rendered story that will capture your imagination.”
D. K. Marley, historical fiction author of Blood and Ink, and the CEO of The Historical Fiction Company
“For lovers of rich, immersive history wrapped in a captivating and heartbreaking story, this book grabs hold from the very beginning and refuses to release until the very last word. Juliette Godot is a master storyteller, taking her own astounding family history and offering the reader a beautifully crafted tale worthy of ten stars!”
Ruth Hull Chatlien, author of The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte
From the Drop of Heaven begins as an unlikely love story between a peasant girl and a mayor’s son in the late 1500s. As Godot spins their tale, she vividly portrays the horrors of the time: religious conflicts, outbreaks of plague, and accusations of witchcraft—and makes us understand the heavy price paid by those who dare follow their own truth.
Catherine Meyrick, historical fiction author of Forsaking All Other, The Bridled Tongue, and Cold Blows the Wind.
“From The Drop of Heaven is an absorbing and unsettling story of the struggles of a close-knit family in the dangerous world of late 16th century France – a world beset by simmering grudges and petty jealousies, disease, ignorance, superstition, and religious intolerance.”
Celia Martin, The Hayward/D’Arcy 17th century historical adventure romance series.
“In ‘From the Drop of Heaven,‘ Juliette Godot has woven a masterpiece of texture and color in historically depicting the life and times of France in the late sixteenth century when Protestants and Catholics see little but evil in one another.
As families strive to maintain peace, they must bow to the powers of the State and the Catholic and Protestant hierarchies. Lies are easily spread, and the innocent can find themselves at the mercy of the courts for offenses they never committed. Such is the fate of two families the de la Goutte de Paradis and the Cathillon in Salm and the Duchy of Lorraine. This is both a moving and inspiring tale.”
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