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The Nine Day Queen of England: Lady Jane Grey Paperback – June 1, 2004
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'Faith Cook writes in a very readable manner. Here is a sympathetic but realistic treatment of Lady Jane, coupled with a helpful study of this vital period of history.' Mignon Goswell, Presbyterian Theological College, Melbourne 'This book is well worth reading. It provides more than facts. It gives an account of a teenager living in the midst of fiery trials.' The Chalcedon Foundation
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Faith Cook was born in China, the daughter of OMF missionaries, and now lives in Derbyshire, England. She is the author of a number of books including Seeing the Invisible and Lives Turned Upside Down which are published by Evangelical Press. Faith is married to Paul who served as a pastor in churches in Northallerton, Shepshed and Hull.
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This is a very educational book about the history and politics of the 15th century times. Although this book was about Lady Jane Grey, almost 2/3 of the book is really about the government of the time; King Henry the VIII and his son Edward, Jane's family, and other things, as the author said, were necessary to set the setting for Lady Jane. It was very heavily packed with historical information not about Lady Jane, but the story of Lady Jane was one that was very inspiring and convicting. Being a young woman, she was mature beyond her years.
Overall, this book gives great justice to the setting that surrounded Lady Jane and to the exemplary figure that Lady Jane was.