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Posted March 31, 2008
Accurate To A Point
I wouldn't say that that I had a difficult time putting this book down, because put it down, I did, several times. However, it was well written and the more I read the more enveloped I became in the story. I am an avid Tudor History buff, with many years under my belt of fiction and non-fiction Tudor England. The inconsistencies in these historical works of fiction KILL me. I can't understand why on earth, you can't just write the factual happenings, and then develope the story line. Overall, Plaidy does indeed write a great story with very many accuracies. Anne Boleyn's worry, and pain, are felt, and the assumptions on Catherine Howard's life are comedic, to a fault. I would recommend the book.
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