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28 books · 165 voters · list created May 27th, 2010 by RykeLowePembe (votes) .
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RykeLowePembe 2199 books
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Susanna - Censored by GoodReads 3245 books
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Heather 641 books
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Philippa 1140 books
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Audrey 1687 books
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Stacie (MagicOfBooks) 1824 books
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Jacquie 122 books
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Karen 218 books
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message 1: by Luci (new)

Luci Tiz I just ordered the entire Cousin's War series!! So excited!!!!


message 2: by Nancy L Owens (new)

Nancy L Owens I have voted for the books by Philippa Gregory which i KNOW i have read without going back & checking my records.

I intend to someday go back & read the books in chronological order. The first one I read, The Taming of the Queen (viewpoint character=Catherine Parr), was fairly late in the series. It was for my F2F book club in 2016.

Even though i knew that Catherine Parr survived her royal husband (she was wife #6 of Henry VIII) i found that the way Gregory wrote made her story suspenseful. Since then i have read about 4 or 5 or 6 more of her books---but not in any semblance of order.

Here is a QUESTION for all of you Philippa Gregory fans: which of her characters would you like to spend time with--a mug of beer, a glass of wine, or (these next beverages would be NEW to these 15th and 16th century folks) a cup of coffee or tea?

I have a short list, so far: Catherine Parr, Mary Boleyn & her 2nd husband [i forget his name], & Anthony Woodville. There is a woman who was a guardian of some noble or royal child but i do not remember even in WHICH book.

Although Gergory makes all of her viewpioint characters (& most of the others) multi-dimensional with good qualities & bad ones---well most of them i just would NOT want to have a conversation with any of them except for the list i made above.

Who would YOU want to meet?


Susanna - Censored by GoodReads John Tradescant the Younger.


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