From Publishers Weekly
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Too many petty details were brought out in the book, too tedious at times in some sections.
So I recommend this book to students of royal and/or English history and to anyone who enjoys a fine, well told tale of mystery and intrigue.
She begins to tell us one thing, then sidetracks us as if to say, "Oh, but I forgot to tell you about this first."
The reviewers who said it was too wordy were on point. It's good, and I'm glad I have it, but it's waaaaay to dense for casual reading.Published 18 days ago by modeknit
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