The Virgin's Lover
Publish date: 2005
Publisher: Harper Collins Ltd
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
The Virgin’s Lover (The Tudor Court #5) Philippa Gregory, 2004 In her first days on the throne, Queen Elizabeth faces threats from many sides: the Pope, outraged by the new Protestant Queen, has declared it not a sin to assassinate her, and Mary, Queen of Scots, along with the French army, threa...
finally this book is over, It is too damn long, and boring.For the begging half of the novel nothing that matters happened and when it got a little bit interesting in the middle it sunk back to dullness. The author elaborated more on the history aspect if the novel rather than the relationship of Ro...
Not one of Gregory's best works but still quite good. I love reading about this era!!
Loved the Historical Part and the Fiction part. and when put together made a very interesting story line, I really enjoyed this book,
It took me FOREVER to finish this book... primarily because of how the author portrayed Queen Elizabeth. If this was an honest depiction or not, she was a truly annoying and whiny woman! Which typical novels/movies about Queen Elizabeth are quite the opposite. The novel didn't ever seem to be going ...
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