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The Children of Henry VIII by Alison Weir
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Jul 25, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: tudors, nonfiction, british-history
Read from June 07 to July 03, 2016

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07/28/2014 marked as: possibilities
06/07/2016 marked as: currently-reading
06/08/2016 page 131
34.0% "Regarding John Dudley made Duke of Northumberland - the first man not of royal blood to bear a ducal title in England. But that's not correct, is it? Charles Brandon as Duke of Suffolk comes to mind." 2 comments
06/09/2016 page 145
37.0% "Weir seems to approach John Dudley the same way she does Richard III. I think it is more rare than that for a person to be entirely evil, but I could be wrong given our presidential candidates....." 5 comments
06/10/2016 page 147
38.0% "Claims that Edward VI wrote up his Devise for the Succession as he lay dying after being bullied by Northumberland. Sigh."
06/22/2016 page 170
44.0% "Elizabeth was at Hatfield when she received the news of Edward VI's death, and there she remained, diplomatically ill, waiting upon events."
07/03/2016 marked as: read

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