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It is an inspiring and uplifting story about a strong, brave woman and her solid belief in the power of God leading her path.
I enjoyed reading about the amazing journey of King Peggy (Peggielene Bartels) who has an Uncle that is a King of a poor village in Africa (Otuam).
It has everything I love in a book: great characters, a great story line, wonderful humor but best of all, it's a true story!
I loved the book. The writing style made for an easy and entertaining read. Highly recommend!Published 6 days ago by Cynthia Clinton-Brown
I really liked King Peggy. It's a refreshing &feel good book. We have a close. Friend from Accra. It was most interesting to see the parallels between our friend and Peggy. Read morePublished 27 days ago by H. K. Whelan
This book was easy to read and empowering. Peggielene Bartles is an awesome woman. I'd love to read a sequel.Published 1 month ago by djaye
Unbelievable true story about an American secretary who becomes king of an African village and what she is able to do to clean up the corruption she found when she made her first... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bearlycarol
Excellent read !!! Consistant excitement!
I'm not nomally a reader but the visuals of reading this book made me want to read more and more!
Enjoyed it. Much needed insight into another world.
Proves once again that women should be running the world. The exception proving the rule being Margaret Thatcher.
What a cool story. I enjoyed it all the way through, and it was a nice lift. Peggy is inspiring and funny. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lynne Spreen