Tudors: The History of England from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I
Publish date: September 16th 2014
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
Pages no: 528
Edition language: English
Series: The History of England (#2)
bookshelves: net-galley, history, autumn-2013, published-2012, tudor Read from September 06 to 11, 2013 ARC from NetGalley.St. Martin's Press and Thomas Dunne Books are just about my favourite dynamic duo. Two Ackroyds on the go, one slow read through the labyrinthian alleys of Venice, where I g...
ARC from NetGalley.St. Martin's Press and Thomas Dunne Books are just about my favourite dynamic duo. Two Ackroyds on the go, one slow read through the labyrinthian alleys of Venice, where I glimpsed a red-hooded macintosh disappearing around corners just ahead, and then this one, the well trodden p...
Disclaimer: Read via Netgalley. I am also an Ackroyd fan girl. Why do we need another book about the big gun Tudors? You might as well ask why we need another book about Shakespeare for the answer to both questions is the same. Because Peter Ackroyd wrote it. Okay that’s a bit flippant, even if it...
I got this book from the publisher (via Netgalley) for reviewTudors is the second book of Peter Ackroyd's History of England. I haven't read the first one, Foundations, but I wasn't lost. Since I haven't read it, I can't say if you really should read it before reading this one. Clearly it's not requ...
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