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The Confession of Katherine Howard - Community Reviews back

by Suzannah Dunn
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Sorry kids, no feet.
Sorry kids, no feet. rated it 3 years ago
Just your typical ditzy, carefree, fun-loving, characterization of Katherine Howard. The author brought nothing new to the story. A child who was allowed to run free through her aunt's house and charmed her way to the bed of a king. We've heard it all before. The interaction between Cramner and C...
A Tale of Two Pages
A Tale of Two Pages rated it 4 years ago
Katherine Howard was the fifth queen of Henry VIII. She led a life of promiscuity, and could not seem to curb herself once she was in the palace. Her ladies covered for her, and one even lost her head with her mistress over the deception that had been taking place.Katherine Howard was a sad story. I...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 8 years ago
The writing in terms of sentences and paragraphs isn't bad. But the book is so underwhelming as several other reviewers have pointed out. The ending, quite frankly, felt rushed. Honestly, for a better look at a young girl with an older king, check out The Time of Singing, which is a better look a...
Elysium
Elysium rated it 9 years ago
When 12 year old Katherine comes living with the Duchess of Norfolk, she meets Cat Tilney and they become friends despite having very little in common. From early on Katherine is more interested in boys and clothes tan anything else and Cat is more reserved. One of the boys living there is Francis ...
Tanzanite
Tanzanite rated it 9 years ago
This version of Katherine Howard’s story is told by one of her close friends, Catherine Tilney. The first person narration makes the title of the book rather misleading since that actually makes it not the confession of Katherine Howard and Henry’s fifth wife actually ends up more of a background c...
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