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From the bestselling author of The Other Boleyn Girl, Philippa Gregory, comes a beautifully atmospheric evocation of the court of Henry VIII and his last queens.
The king will decide who will live and who will die; He now he has the power of God.
Henry VIII has to take his fourth wife and Anna of Cleves wins the dangerous prize. Born in Germany, Princess Anne is said to be Heinrich’s pawn in the Protestant alliance against Rome, but the marriage fails from the start. Finding nothing to admire in his new queen, Henry turns on his advisers and nobles to woo young Katherine Howard.
The new queen begins to feel a trap closing around her. And Jane Boleyn, called back into the inner circle by her uncle, the Duke of Norfolk, finds an unruly court haunted by Boleyn’s legacy of death and deception.
Nothing is safe in a kingdom ruled by an increasingly tyrannical king.
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I honestly don’t understand why people make it difficult for PG to write a fictional historical book based on accurate research and then be able to weave magical fiction around the facts – he’s a genius!
His ability to create such vivid tableaus around historical figures is second to none. When I read her books I can’t help but marvel at her ability to write the stories fluently, she does a lot of research to be historically accurate but then her wonderful imagination takes over and the language between the characters is such that one would think she was there and heard it all. No one can match her skills.
Books would be so boring and it would be like being back in school or college if we just had to read textbooks. We need a bit of imagination woven into the story to bring it to a wider audience. Those of us who know our history well know how to separate fact from fiction and are reading the books for that very reason.
Another masterpiece from this wonderful author. Although I now read all of his books on Kindle and every one of his hardcovers is on my shelves, the second time is just as compelling as the first.
A truly wonderful book – buy these books for the sheer pleasure of engaging reading, and also buy the book that shows you the order in which his books should be read if you are new to this author it is the small price his story is worth reading fluently in order.
Once again the author captures the reader’s imagination with another wonderful piece of historical fiction. In this book, the author continues her Tudor saga, focusing on the events that occur after the death of Henry VIII’s third queen, Jane Seymour, after giving birth to the king’s long-awaited son. When King Henry VIII decides to take another bride, all of Christendom shudders as everyone wonders who will be the unhappiest of brides.
The following events will be seen through the eyes of the three women who will play a central role in everything that happens: Anna de Cleves, sister of the Duke of the Duchy of Cleves, and the woman who will have the dubious honor of being the number one the woman in four; Katherine Howard, a beautiful teenager who will become the thornless rose, wife number five of Henry VIII, but whose quiet ways will cost her her head; and not least the infamous Jane Boleyn, former Lady Rochford, sister-in-law of the late Anne Boleyn, who was married to Anne’s brother George, who suffered the same fate as his sister, thanks in part to the testimony of his own wife.
The story is driven by the first-person narratives of the three protagonists. The author manages to give each of these central women, Anne, Katherine and Jane, a unique voice. Each narrative provides a part of the story. Anne is the sensible narrator and the one who seems to be the most sensible. Jane is a greedy woman who will do anything to get what she wants.
Through her story, the intrigues of the court are manifested. Katherine is a fickle and capricious young lady, a typical teenager thrown into the lion’s den. Surrounded by all kinds of temptations, she ignores the danger that surrounds her and cares only for the comfort of her creatures. Yet these three disparate women share a symbiotic relationship.
This is an entertaining look at the Tudor court in a turbulent time. It’s a well-written historical piece, if a bit repetitive at times, and not as good as The Other Boleyn Girl. However, it will not fail to entertain the reader. Fans of the author, as well as lovers of the Tudor period, will thoroughly enjoy this book.
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