Early Reviews of “The Greenest Branch”

This novel is packed with information about religious practices and the political intrigues of 12th century Europe … yet the plot moves along at a sprightly pace. The author emphasizes a young woman’s determination to use her intelligence and talent while negotiating already-outmoded medical and religious practices.
– Paula Butterfield, author of La Luministe

Hauntingly beautiful and meticulously researched. P.K. Adams writes about the Middle Ages like someone who has lived there. Hildegard’s story is inspiring, and her voice feels so real that it’s almost spooky.
– Jessica Cale, author of Tyburn

The writing style and voice is meditative and lyrical. Although there is detailed historical information, it is presented in a clear and readable way that makes the story flow with passion and excitement. Conflicts of theology and the rights of women are presented in a balanced and thoughtful way.
– Jena Henry on Goodreads and Amazon

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