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Brilliantly written! I found it difficult to put it down, I just had to keep reading. This is not a conventionally written book, following a strict time line so read it carefully. Read morePublished 2 hours ago by plynn
Third person voice of Cromwell is compelling. This is well trodden ground and difficult to enliven. The book succeeds almost in spite of itself.Published 3 hours ago by Chris Spurrell
This is a interesting book to read it covers events of great import in English history, and Cromwell's place in the events of th in time in English history. Read morePublished 1 day ago by old sarge
I read this book for school and was very excited to explore England in the 1500s. Although the novel follows the story of King Henry and Anne Boleyn, Hilary Mantel manages to keep... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Kathleen E.
...to try and unravel this narrative spaghetti. I could not get beyond the second chapter. It's as if Mantel wrote the book in first person present tense, changed her mind (or... Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Abbiati
Like so many others readers, most better educated in medieval history than I, found the story difficult to follow. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Cloth Artist
Never finished -- too hard to follow who was talking, and story jumped around (even though I knew the background).Published 3 days ago by Moffat
OK, there are six Thomases in this book, all prominent characters! Be prepared to pay extra attention to know which Thomas is which or you'll get quite lost. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Jose M. Borreguero
Thoughtful, well-researched, and full out flashes of literary brilliance. I can't wait for the third book.Published 5 days ago by DTaylor