From Publishers Weekly
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This book focuses on the Kings. Weir admits there is not much recorded history about Eleanor... The book is an interesting history of the times, but not of Eleanor. Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. Hansen
No info. This is a punishment to read. My dignity died . I'm writing this to get away from the book. Dont buy especially for children.MARK MY WORDS.Published 1 month ago by Dana Tate
As always, Alison Weir takes the life of a substantial, important, and interesting woman in history and gives her as full a biography as is possible now. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Sikkila
Love Alison Weir! Good writer; always good books. This one is not exception!Published 3 months ago by FlatFoot
What. A. Great. Book. Love British history? Look for Alison Weir's name as author. Can't go wrong!Published 3 months ago by GravelGertie
This book seems to be mostly about Eleanor's husbands. That's not what I bought the book for. The author starts out stating that there is very little historical information about... Read morePublished 4 months ago by hb