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Posted April 25, 2012
Very good second book in the series. Be aware, as the author herself mentions in her preface, this volume has a lot of well-researched information about the historical events of the time period, presented in a more readable manner (I'm sure) than the source documents were, and yet it still carries the underlying story of John & Katrine along. This is not the "fluff" of Seton's Katharine (which I love!) but neither is it totally the dry history of a doctorate thesis (aka Starkey). It certainly gives you more info on this time period and what John & Katrine were doing during it, then you have probably ever learned anywhere before. If you read & enjoyed book 1 (and I did) I think you will well enjoy this. I'm looking forward to the final book.
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Posted February 9, 2013
I enjoyed the first book in this series, but really cannot say the same for this one. The text is riddled with spelling and grammatical errors, to the point of distraction. Worse yet is the approach taken by the author throughout the book, of lifting passages directly from her first book and inserting them here. I certainly do not endorse this book and will not be reading the third.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.