St Thomas's Eve - Jean Plaidy Reviews
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Newest Review: ... a certain respect and understanding. All could be well. Until the arrival of Anne Boleyn. Where we see the Chancellor lose ... more
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by - written on 10/01/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
There's something about Thomas More which has always interested me. I can't quite work out what sparked it off because we certainly didn't do anything about him back at school. I've read a few books based on his life but as Jean Plaidy is one of my favourite authors this was the one I really wanted. First set when he was a young man in his 20s he has just decided to not take his vows and enter into the life of a monk. Realising that he would much rather have a wife and children at his side than a hair shirt. And he gets his wish. With daughters, foster daughters and a son it seems as though he could be having the perfect life. Especially as he has risen ... Read the complete review
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