Pray for Reign - Kindle Edition Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction - History / Author: Thea Atkinson / Kindle Edition
Newest Review: ... between characters were not well laid out, I don't know whether this was a problem with the author or the transition to ... more
Customer Pray for Reign - Kindle Edition Reviews (1)
by - written on 01/02/12, updated on 02/02/12 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I've always had a weirdly strong interest in Anne Boleyn, my mum's a huge reader of Tudor fiction and non-fiction so I grew up with tales of Henry and his many wives - something about Anne Boleyn has always touched me though, I devour novels based around her and bought Pray for Reign after spotting it on the Kindle Store for just 89p. It's an odd book, so this review is probably going to be full of contradictions - the story it weaves around the courtship between Anne and Henry and the years leading up to her death is beautiful, portraying Anne in a different light to what you'd usually read about her. But, and this is quite a but, the book is incredibly ... Read the complete review
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