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Kings, Queens, Bones and Bastards: Who's Who in the English Monarchy from Egbert to Elizabeth II Hardcover – August 7, 2002
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I also found that Hilliam's method of tracing the lines of descent of the various royal houses of Great Britain seemed designed to confuse, rather than enlighten, the reader. I think that it even confused the author himself(see page 10).
On the plus side, the sections on Bones and Bastards are entertaining to read, if you don't plan on using this book for research purposes.
The book is broken down into sections. The first section details the lives of the King or Queen in question. The next details the people that they married. The next is how the person died and where they are buried. The next section details wither the King or Queen had any illegitimate children.
Very informative book for people who are interested in the royal family or just want to learn more. It also has a family tree that connects the first King of England to Queen Elizabeth-fascinating stuff!
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Rife with mistakes and bias. The first mistake was his stated familial relationship between William I and Ethelred the Unready. Read morePublished 6 months ago by C. Carraway
The history of the English monarchy is the story of kings and queens and their off-spring. The notorious and famous/infamous royalty is descriptive and full of aggressive and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by amazon addict
This was an easy read, entertaining, and enjoyable. If you enjoy learning the interesting, less "formal", details of the English Monarchy, you'll enjoy this book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Meshea
This was highly interesting, but it was essentially a brief summary of information about all the royalty from the beginnings of England-- great when it was a relatively unknown... Read morePublished on February 2, 2014 by Mom I. Ca
Full of errors of every kind, this book is not worth the time it took to read it or the money it cost.Published on February 1, 2014 by faultslip
I really enjoyed this book. Were there a few errors here and there? Sure, but I was reading it for pleasure, not as a non-fiction book. Besides, they were just that...few. Read morePublished on January 26, 2014 by Mercedes J.