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The Lady in the Tower - Marie-Louise Jensen
The Lady in the Tower
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780192755315 (0192755315)
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Pages no: 317
Edition language: English
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helenliz rated it
3.0 The Lady in the Tower
At times this was great fun, at others I wanted to scream and throw something at the car stereo, either because she was being quite so dense or because she's a 16th centuray heroine with 21st centuary attitude. But overall it was entertaining enough.This is set in at the time of Henry VIII's marriag...
Jera's Jamboree
Jera's Jamboree rated it
The story begins with a prologue. We are in 1540 and Lady Elizabeth is in the tower. Then we flashback to 1536 and the reader is able to see the closeness Eleanor has with her mother and the fun the Hungerford’s had as a family. Lord Walter returns early from a trip to London without his usual ex...
Under The Mountain
Under The Mountain rated it
4.0 The Lady in the Tower
Eleanor is quite a bold character for her time, disliking sewing, being rebellious and preferring jousting to idle gossip. Her father dislikes his wilful daughter and seeks to marry her off as soon as possible - she's been lucky once, he died - but will she be able to escape the attentions of Lord S...
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