Tag: historical

Mini Reviews: ‘The Last Tudor’ and ‘Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession’

Mini Reviews: ‘The Last Tudor’ and ‘Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession’

I’ve again been on a bit of a historical fiction kick recently, and finally got round to reading two books I’ve been intending to read since they were released: Philippa Gregory’s latest book The Last Tudor, and the latest of Alison Weir’s Six Tudor Queens books, Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession. Check out my reviews below! The Last Tudor by Philippa Gregory ‘You don’t get to be a favorite at a tyrant’s court without beheading your principles every day.’ Following the death of Henry VIII’s only son, King Edward VI, England is thrown into turmoil as the succession is unclear. With both his daughters vying for the… Read more »

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Review: The Brontë Cabinet by Deborah Lutz

Review: The Brontë Cabinet by Deborah Lutz

“There are few books I’d rather carry me late into the night than Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and Villette, few books whose worlds I’d rather crawl into and inhabit. I have even felt, somehow, known by their heroines, as if they might recognise me when I enter their spheres.” I don’t seem to read non-fiction books all that often these days, but Deborah Lutz’s The Brontë Cabinet: Three Live in Nine Objects is one book I’ve been pretty excited to get to for a long time. I’ve been a huge fan of the Brontë sisters’ work for years, and have been especially intrigued by their turbulent lives (I’ve even visited their… Read more »

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