||13.0%||"The lines were drawn; Gloucester, Buckingham, and Hastings against the queen and her Woodville relatives, and the first round was Glouscester's."|
||27.0%||"A bit underwhelmed so far. If you know this period, you know what is going to happen. Problem is, Gellis isn't making it terribly interesting reading. I suspect those new to the history would be feeling hopelessly lost right about now."|
||38.0%||"Oh, I will wed her, and bed her, and doubtless she will breed me heirs - they are fecund mares, those Woodville women. I know where my advantage lies. But I will be king of England of myself, not by Lady Elizabeth's courtesy. In this country and in my own house, I will be master."|
||59.0%||"Margaret Beaufort is sure bucking for the mother of the year award, topped off with early sainthood."|
"No harm ever came from her mother's plotting, she reminded herself. It had always been easy for cleverer plotters to circumvent her, and surely Henry was the cleverest man alive.
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