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I love history, especially Antonia Frasers books but this book kinda bored me. I might be too saturated in this subject already but worth checking out at the library, not buying.Published 1 month ago by Eli Salas 3 of Wellford
The illustrations for a historical book of this kind are essential to fully enjoy the book. However the kindle edition I purchased has had ALL of the many listed illustrations... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Kindle Customer
Oh my! The Stuarts and the Tutors always plotting or killing each other. It was a hard world to stay alive In if you were a Royal. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lucy Brown
written more like a textbook than a novel. Lots of facts, no storytelling did not bring the characters or time period to life. Not a good book compared to many others of its kind.Published 10 months ago by Penny from Wisconsin
Very interesting but at times hard to follow if you do not have a good working knowledge of who is who during this time frame.Published 12 months ago by Celia
I learned that King James wasn't the man he has been portrayed to have been. He had a clear agenda of his own to foster. Struggles and elitism were his main objectives.Published 13 months ago by hotchops57