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    Great

    I love reading all of the books in the series. They really make you feel you are there. I am always sad when I come to the end.
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    Considered but pacy

    Interesting to imagine what happened with this lesser known written. Still a life of peril despite the king being in his later years. Fascinating
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    Highly recommended

    The best Philippa Gregory that I've read - a very thoughtful exploration of the 6th wife, who if she was anything like Gregory describes her, was a remarkable woman.
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    Terrifying portrayal of a mad tyrant

    Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded - suvived. This novel brings to life Katherine Parr, the survivor of Henry VIIIs final marriage. It is a visceral, shocking and terrifying look at Henrys capricious tyranny - you can smell the terror. But Gregory also portrays Parr as a fascinating, brave and brilliant woman.
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    The taming of the Queen

    Such an easy read but has the depth of historical knowledge, is a joy to read. It is good to read about strong women of history and how they survived in such times amongst such treacherous men who did not care for anything except their own skin.
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