En la corte del lobo (Thomas Cromwell, #1)
Publish date: March 2012
Pages no: 751
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Thomas Cromwell Trilogy (#1)
I made it just over 100 pages in and I'm calling it. I didn't come to this book knowing anything about the players in it and it seems like there are just so many of them. Mantel drops us in without much explaining, which probably allows her to do some really cool things with her story, but it left m...
I thoroughly enjoyed listening to Wolf Hall on audio. I am more convinced than ever that this book is more deserving of 5 stars than most that receive a top rating. This was a re-read for me, and my original review can be found here.When I began listening, I wondered if I would become confused by Ma...
Loved it! I'm starting the sequel today.
I've had this book a really long time. A couple of years at least. A co worker recommended it. Thanks Michael even though you'll most likely never see this review. What spurred me into finally tackling this monster of a book was of course the PBS mini series. I ended up finishing it in 6 days. I rea...
I hate it when I have to say goodbye. Last night I finished Hilary Mantel’s Bring Up the Bodies, sequel to Wolf Hall. I became so enthralled with these books that towards the end I started to read slowly. As a Catholic by background, I have been interested in the Reformation for years. I alway...