The Lady in the Tower

The Lady in the Tower

Book - 1986
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Bewitching King Henry VIII into making her his bride, the strong-willed and passionate Anne Boleyn becomes the tragically doomed queen who fails to produce a son for the king but whose daughter, Elizabeth, becomes one of the greatest rulers of all time

Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1986.
Edition: 1st American ed.
ISBN: 9780399131813
0399131817
Branch Call Number: PLA
Characteristics: 405 p. ; 22 cm.

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Dec 12, 2012

I read this book after a three day marathon of the Tudors.. Interesting combo. Some people may not be comfortable with the amount of introspection that Plaidy's Anne goes through, but come on! She is a textbook example of the closet introvert, and she deserves the every one of those pages to reflect upon the tumultuous time in which she lived. I enjoyed the beginning and the end. Henry was a callous ass, and Anne Boleyn got way in over her head.

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