The Boleyn King
Publish date: November 26th 2013
Publisher: Ebury Digital
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Alternate History
, 16th Century
Series: The Boleyn Trilogy (#1)
Not what I expected and very little seemed "Tudor" or "Boleyn." More just another historical romance. Pretty ordinary for the genre. Eventually -- according to book descriptions -- series moves more into Elizabeth Tudor; I might like those books more. There was little of Henry VIII and Anne Bo...
I am not typically a fan of historical fiction that completely stretches the truth so it fits the author's desired story. History by itself is interesting enough without twisting the truth. This book falls under the category of something completely different. I can't get mad about the historical ina...
It was ... OK. (And it should have been subtitled "Everyone Loves Minuette.") I was interested in this one because of the "alternate history" angle ("Anne Boleyn bears a son, and lives. Henry had only two wives.") - what is there is interesting, but I was disappointed Andersen did not do more wi...
Dear Anne Boleyn: I'm so sorry for the way you died. I hated the way you were branded witch, whore, traitor; I shudder in horror at how you died, beheaded, reviled by a nation, betrayed by your own husband. But man, the alternative if you had lived is so fucking dull. After your death, you've bee...
There were several things that drew me to Laura Andersen's book The Boleyn King. First and foremost I love reading about historical figures, especially when it is about Royalty. I cut my teeth on books written by Jean Plaidy, Norah Lofts, and the like and recently moved on to some of the greats l...
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