This book is unlike anything I've seen before. It's really small and short and it takes just one hour to read. The story is really good, nothing big though. This isn't a must-read, but it still is a fun little book. I enjoyed being outside in the sun, reading this book about how reading changed the life of the queen, and the way the population started to look at her when she began to read. I get that the story is fictional, but I still think it offered some wise words on the act of reading; that it changes people, changes the way you think and the way you look at the world.
I found some great quotes in this book, but since I read at at Dewey's Readathon, and therefor real quick, I can't remember them that good. I mean, of course I know what I read, but it's not like I highlighted anything. The writing was okay, nothing more, nothing less.
This would make for a great read at the beach.