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    Love it

    It takes a while to get used to the unique style but it is well worth it. This is an exceptional story and a compelling read.
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    A worthy sequel

    Reading the first book about Thomas Cromwell, " Wolf Hall" and becoming familiar with names and places certainly made it easier to move more swiftly through the myriad of characters in its sequel "Bring up the Bodies". One of the things I most admire about author, Hilary Mantel, is her command of the English language. I was grateful for the instant definitions afforded me on my e-reader when I came across words such as 'subfusc'. I have a feeling that there is a third book in this series about Cromwell and I look forward to its publication.
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    Great!

    Although the first couple pages of this sequel to Wolf Hall completely confused me and made me fear for what was to come, I ended up loving this book as much as its predecessor. (BTW, the confusion clears up. ;)) Mantel’s pitch-pefect tone and imaginative, insightful storytelling create a fantastic Cromwell. I’m sad that at some point these books are going to have to end. Despite all the various takes on the court of Henry VIII—with this one really aiming at historical accuracy—we all know Cromwell’s fate.
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