The Spanish Bow

The Spanish Bow - Andromeda Romano-Lax I made it nearly halfway through this book before deciding not to continue. It's a well-written, carefully told story. Perhaps a little too carefully told as regards the endless details of Feliu's life. I felt like the author assumed too much knowledge on the part of the reader about the events surrounding Feliu's experiences. I had hoped to learn something about Spanish history, but the author makes a lot of veiled references to events and intrigues with which we're already supposed to be familiar. Perhaps she wrote it for citizens of Spain, who would recognize the references. I was lost, and grew increasingly frustrated at my own ignorance and the author's unwillingness to enlighten me.