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This book is an excellent summary of a relatively little known era. Reading it is easy, fun, and fascinating, but it is very helpful to have some background in this period of... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Historian
Love all these historical novels, especially by Elizabeth Chadwick. She brings to life people who are my actual ancestorsPublished 3 months ago by mary jane reynolds
I love history, especially Antonia Frasers books but this book kinda bored me. I might be too saturated in this subject already but worth checking out at the library, not buying.Published 7 months ago by Eli Salas 3 of Wellford
The illustrations for a historical book of this kind are essential to fully enjoy the book. However the kindle edition I purchased has had ALL of the many listed illustrations... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kindle Customer
Oh my! The Stuarts and the Tutors always plotting or killing each other. It was a hard world to stay alive In if you were a Royal. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Lucy Brown
written more like a textbook than a novel. Lots of facts, no storytelling did not bring the characters or time period to life. Not a good book compared to many others of its kind.Published 16 months ago by Penny from Wisconsin