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Excellent book! This was a no-nonsense, warts and all description of Elizabeth l.Published 3 days ago by amlabbe
My spouse, a British historian, again finds Alison Weir's writings to be among the best. Her books are written clearly and distinctly-can be enjoyed by the professional and amateur... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Lovejoy23
I originally bought this book for a Shakespeare class, but, due to time constraints, I didn't really have time to enjoy it. Read morePublished 17 days ago by kidofburden
I love Alison Weir's books - the way she writes and the carefully researched and clearly written details of the time periods and the people about whom she writes.Published 17 days ago by K.Z. Samsel
An interesting look at an amazing woman. The book does a good job of showing her great leadership although the marriage game got old after awhile. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Don Belling
I cannot think of another popular historian who writes as well as Alison Weir. I have lost track of how many of her books I have read, and all of them have been a treat. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Kilian85710
A detailed, thorough, objective narrative. Elizabeth I emerges as a believable person, not the flawless "Good Queen Bess" of song and story.Published 1 month ago by Charles Mozer