Anne the Saint (The Six Lives of Henry the VIII #2)
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Anne the Saint (The Six Lives of Henry VIII #2)

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Publication Date: January 19, 2012

He killed his wives, broke from Catholicism and founded his own church. But history could have been quite different for Henry the VIII, as author Leigh Jenkins proves in this alternative history series, if only one key moment had changed in each of his marriages.

The second book in the series, Anne the Saint, focuses on the...more
Kindle Edition, 123 pages
Published January 19th 2012
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Alaine
The more boring, dry, difficult work of fiction I have ever read in my life. The idea seemed interesting. How would Anne Boleyn's life have turned out if Elizabeth had been a son instead? But the writing is severely lacking. The characters are one dimensional. The sentence structure is weird, attempting to combine 16th century lingo with some sort of conversational style. It's not working out. I have textbooks that are more entertaining. I got about halfway through when I realized I was actually...more
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Diana Jones
A rather fascinating concept! What if Anne Boleyn had a son instead of Elizabeth? What changes would she have brought to England beyond her part in the creation of the Church of England. And what would her survival and changed destiny mean to Henry the Eighth and how he ruled England?

I thoroughly enjoyed this ebook, it was very well written and very true to what history we know of Anne and Henry up until the point where she gives birth. I am absolutely looking forward to reading any further book...more
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Leigh Jenkins was born in Charlotte, NC and grew up with a love of history, particularly for the American Revolution. It wasn't until she visited England as a teenager that she discovered her love of Tudor history, particularly a fascianation with King Henry the VIII. Jenkins other love is Disney, she works as a travel writer and consultant for Walt Disney World with Kids and visits the parks as o...more
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