The Boleyn Inheritance
Three women share one fate: the Boleyn InheritanceFrom the bestselling author of The Other Boleyn Girl comes a novel about three women whose positions brought them wealth, power, deceit, and terror in England after the death of Anne Boleyn. Anne of Cleves must literally save her neck in a court... show more
Three women share one fate: the Boleyn InheritanceFrom the bestselling author of The Other Boleyn Girl comes a novel about three women whose positions brought them wealth, power, deceit, and terror in England after the death of Anne Boleyn. Anne of Cleves must literally save her neck in a court ruled by a deadly game of politics and the terror of an unpredictable and vengeful king. Her Boleyn Inheritance: accusations and false witnesses. Katherine Howard catches the king's eye within moments of arriving at court, setting in motion a dreadful machine of politics, intrigue, and treason that she does not understand. Her Boleyn Inheritance: the threat of the axe. Jane Rochford's name is a byword for malice, jealousy and twisted lust throughout Europe. Her Boleyn Inheritance: a fortune and a title in exchange for her soul.The Boleyn Inheritance is Gregory at her spellbinding best.
Publish date: December 5th 2006
Publisher: Simon & Schuster, Inc./Touchstone
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, 16th Century
Series: The Tudor Court (#3)
Anne of Cleves, The Boleyn Inheritance by Philippa Gregory
I enjoyed the juggling point of view and the intrinsic feminist stance of this book. Unfortunately two of the three characters were a bit flat, and I would have liked a bit more of the most interesting one (at least as portrayed here), Anne of Cleves. It was a quick and interesting read, and I woul...
This book was absolutely amazing. Don't get me wrong; I loved it. The progression of the story wasn't too fast or too slow, it went at an accurately moderate pace. The plot-line was amazing and the dialogue suited the characters' personality traits. After doing further research I found that Jane...
I'm a sucker for Tudor historicals. It never gets old reading about the six queens of Henry VIII, and it gives me a serious appreciation for my daily life after reading about the dangers of living in the past. Having a tendency to stick my foot in my mouth results in social ostracism these days for ...
Not her best book, nor they were the most interesting people to write about, but I still enjoyed this book.