Baker & Taylor A passionate novel based on meticulous historical research brings vividness to the life and times of a woman who at birth had little chance of survival, but who ended up as the Queen who re-conquered and unified Spain and launched what would become the Spanish Empire in the New World of the Americas.
Ediciones Nowtilus Sl A passionate novel that tells us the truth about Isabella the Catholic, the queen who was in charge of the discovery of America and the Conquest of Granada. This detailed work with drama and action about the court of those times, loaded with intrigues and betrayal is without a doubt one of only a few that are entertaining, historical correct and passionate at the same time. Everybody knows who was Isabella the Catholic, but we all know just little about her life. This novel is the opportunity to get closer to her story, a woman who dealt with all difficulties that occurred on her way. Half-Orphan at three and remoted by her mother at ten, she resisted the misfortune and pressure of the court.
Baker & Taylor Presents a fictional retelling of the life of Isabella I, Queen of Castile, from her tumultuous early life to her role in the reconquest of Granada and patronage of Christopher Columbus.