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More scholarly than many accounts, it shows pretty fully the precarious position Henry VIII's sixth wife was in--both before & after her life with Henry.Published 2 months ago by Teacher Ann
Excellent bio. Easy and simple to read. Gave you a real feel of what parr was like.Published 5 months ago by Georgia Brown
The writer has made very thorough research into this queen and certainly shows a strong bias toward her subject. The information is most interesting and also educational. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dylan Weston
6/9 - I've read 20 pages and already it's sooo complicated. At the beginning of the book, before the actual story starts there are four pages of family trees, showing the Tudors,... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Sarah Frost
Having just returned from Great Brittan the book is like revisiting places I have recently seen. Especially Heaver castle and the surrounding countryside.Published 21 months ago by W. W.
very interesting and well written. I like that Linda Porter went beyond Katherine's death to discuss some of the key players in her life and what happened to them. Read morePublished 22 months ago by SSpoonster
Since I enjoy historical novels, this showed a more accurate depiction of the life and time of KP and her influence in the lives of mary and elizabethPublished on November 16, 2013 by willowmoon
This book is good for what it is -- a biography of Katherine Parr, Henry's last queen. However, I found nothing new or different about her or the times. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Liz7bee
A wonderful read, well researched and interesting in its take on that period of history. Anyone interested in the Tudors should enjoy this.Published on April 4, 2013 by Scullville