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It is a good read but it is sort of repetitive especially from Lady Rochford's perspective. Not my favorite of her books but definitely worth reading.Published 1 day ago by simplereviewer
This author gives the woman's perspective that I enjoy reading.Published 9 days ago by Beryl A. Oshiro
I loved how the author used three women to tell their story, rather than just one narrator. Their ambitions and different views of the Tudor court made it that much more... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Stacey Gibbons
Imagine being told that you are to marry Henry VIII--the same Henry VIII who had a wife beheaded. (Anne Boleyn.) Personally I'd be like, "Pass. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amber Myers
I loved reading about these three ladies. As usual philippa Gregory does an outstanding job! I couldn't put the book down!Published 14 days ago by Jen
As is expected from her, Philippa Greggory again lives upto my massive expectations. The first book I ever read of hers was The Other Boleyn Girl. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Srija Sanyal
Phillipa Gregory rarely disappoints, and this time she outdoes herself. Beautifully written, historically accurate, and interesting throughout. Read morePublished 18 days ago by CJP
Phillipa Gregory brings the Tudor dynasty under Henry VIIL alive with its intrigue and fear. Where is the Masterpiece Theatre production?Published 19 days ago by Kathleen
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I would read The Constant Princess (its about Queen Katherine of Aragon) while her story is still fresh in your mind before moving onto the Inheritance.
Jan 1, 2008 by MelissaM | See all 4 posts
|Will Philippa Gregory do a novel on Jane Seymour or Catherine Parr?||
I'd love to see her take on Jane Seymour. What did Jane think when she got Anne Boleyn sent to the Tower? Was she happy with Henry? Was she convinced she was the Catholic savior of a deluded king, or did she know she was always a pawn? Did she always fear that she'd have to pay for getting her... Read More
Jul 24, 2007 by wingthing | See all 17 posts
|How depressing! What a screwed up time period and system||
Henry Tudor, once he became desperate for a male heir, once Katherine was getting too old for more child bearing....he became almost insame with this. NO ONE thought a woman could be a queen on her own, and rule England. There had been a 20+ yr Civil War in the 12th century when the grandson of... Read More
Nov 7, 2010 by gilly8 | See all 4 posts