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Queen of Misfortune

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Queen Of Misfortune, is the fictional story of Lady Jane Grey as told by her beloved tutor, John Aylmer.

At the time of her execution a stranger is recorded to have assisted her when, blind folded, she lost her way upon the scaffold. Was it the same ‘stranger’ who was also recorded to have visited her when she was imprisoned in the Tower?

Little is known of this unfortunate
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Published 2011 by Copperhill Media Corporation
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Jun 23, 2011 Jemidar rated it did not like it
Recommends it for: Die-hard Tudor/Jane Grey fans who are determined to read every book ever written about them.
Recommended to Jemidar by: Susan

I have given much, much thought on how to rate this book because it seemed unfair to me to give a single star to a book that did entertain me and make me laugh, but finally decided that to do otherwise would be misleading.

This book was a real mess in so many ways that it's hard to know where to begin describing it. The writing was, at best, amateurish and repetitive, with lots of distracting grammatical and spelling errors. The author also seemed to have little grasp and no understanding of the
Jun 12, 2011 Susan added it
This has finally reached the blessed stage of "so bad, it's good." Mary Sidney (who has arrived at Bradgate to help Lady Jane Grey "discover her true sexuality" and is flirting with all of Lady Jane Grey's tutors) has called Lord Herbert "a wimp no less." Jane and John Aylmer (who are passionately in love) spend a great deal of time speaking of "karma." Oh, and Robert Dudley has come to Bradgate and is "luring Jane with his charms."
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