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The Lady in the Tower by Alison Weir
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Jan 13, 11

bookshelves: alison-weir, biography-memoir, history, tudors, united-kingdom
Read from January 05 to 13, 2011 — I own a copy

This was Weir's best book to date. I absolutely loved every minute of it. She took the time to go through every bit of source material she could find, no matter how biased and managed to come up with a compelling story for Anne Boleyn's final days. Simply amazing.
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01/06/2011 page 40
9.0% "Weir is on her game as always. A lot of this is ground already covered, but it's a nice in-depth look at Anne Boleyn's final months."
01/11/2011 page 251
54.0% "Completely and utterly enthralled as usual."
01/11/2011 page 290
63.0% "Spoiler alert: Anne Boleyn just lost her head."
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