Very interesting book about tow of my Tudor favorites, Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard written as historical fiction, and thus giving a personal look into the thoughts and lives... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Moira Lauren
Plaidy (RIP) was a superb historical fiction author. This book, like her other novels didn't deteriorate into bodice ripping erotica (not that I don't love bodice rippers as well,... Read morePublished 6 months ago by lilibet
One would think if a first cousin was be-headed by her husband, the second cousin of the family would run far, far away. Oh well,
who says fact is boring?
Nobody writes British historical fiction better than Jean Plaidy and this is one of her classics.
First published in 1949, it is NOT AT ALL dated. Read more
Excellent read. Well researched. Reads like a novel, but good history. Learned much about Anne Boleyn, Catherine Howard & the contradicting personality of Henry VIII.Published 18 months ago by TudorFan
I can overlook small errors in a novel. However, the vivid descriptions of the torture chambers made me have to skip over some parts. Read morePublished 19 months ago by ElenaOSH
I guess I knew most of the material as I have read a lot about Anne Boleyn. It's definitely not the best one I've read about her. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jeri Witzany
This is book is fantastic. I love Catherine Howard and Anne Boleyn's characters. They are so equal to each other. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Yuliya