Something the Queen considers Eileen is full of while Eileen takes the opposite view! This is not new. Practically every monarch and heir here has been wary of the other and the heir especially has had to be careful when “playing” the Palace system. Too much of it and a treason charge awaits. Too little and you alienate those important members of the Household whose backing you need to be a successful monarch should the call come.
The Kingdom cannot imagine any world without books. Earth has produced some wonderful writers and it is one of our more redeeming features in their eyes.
Something nobody on any world can ever have too much of.
Evil is in the eye of the beholder in the fairy realm though in fairness most evil here is outright. Most of the bad guys believe in being upfront about it. They want to challenge the government. Naturally the Witch and her allies see themselves as the good guys. The fact the rest of the realm disagree they ignore.
Good is in the eyes of the beholder too. The fairy royals insist there is no arguing about it and in fairness they can prove their goodness. Course the Witch thinks it all soppy sweet and condemns it regularly. Eileen has mixed feelings.
Knights of the Round Table
The Queen considers this kind of story romantic, moving, entertaining but suitable for private reading purpoes only. She likes her knights to be practical and incorruptible. L’Evallier who tries to hold her to account sees himself as her Chief Knight.