I like terse reviews and this one delivers; my one reservation is the comment: "... but I think you must LIKE them," (ie. if you are going to write about them).
Much of serious history writing involves actually writing about truly odious people (Henry VIII, Napoleon, Stalin etc etc etc) and without losing one's sanity or self-respect. I don't know what any conscientious historian - Meyer or anyone else - is supposed to do with a family like the Tudors, other than maintain the delusion.
I would like, just once, for one of them to remember Edward 17th earl of Warwick (or his sister Margaret Pole or her grandsons who went "missing" in the Tower, or their cousin Edmund de la Pole, or loyal die-hard supporters like Sir William Stanley, Sir James Tyrell, even Thomas More and Anne Boleyn, or Anne Askew, the only woman ever tortured by a British king, before she was burned to death) with more than a pathetic, fleeting mention - how inconvenient they all were and are - disrupting for almost a moment - the glory that is Tudor mythology.