Encuentra The Thistle and the Rose: (Tudor Saga) de Jean Plaidy (ISBN: en Libros en idiomas extranjeros (Ver el Top en Libros en idiomas extranjeros). Katharine of Aragon, the young widow of Arthur, Prince of Wales, faces an uncertain future of poverty, humiliation, and exile, until she catches the eye of the new. It is about 30 years since I last read a Jean Plaidy book and this refreshed my memory of how superb her books are. I am currently reading the second in the.
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The Thistle and the Rose: (Tudor Saga): : Jean Plaidy: Libros en idiomas extranjeros
All in all, I found it entertaining historical fiction. He dominated the court – and Catherine – so that in spite of humiliation neglect and frequent despair, she was ready to accept all for the pleasures of love. It definitely kept my attention, but was really more about Henry than about their relationship.
Jean Plaidy makes history come a live, even if most of it is with a writer’s interpretation. And if you’ve read Sandra Worth’s recent novel, The King’s Daughter, you’ll recognize that the subject matter is the same. Plaidy, rather, exists in a class of her own: Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida.
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Dry facts of who was king from one date to t h e next, or the name of his queen can be dull. Moreover, she was married to a King who was a natural philanderer and whose amorous escapades with the beautiful, though notorious, Lady Castlemaine, as well as with the cockney actress, Nell Gwynne, among others, would cause her much heartache. Gana dinero con nosotros. I could understand her being hurt and angry while she was still young, but this was a trend throughout the entire book.
Jean Plaidy’s Tudor series continues with the scandalous and heartbreaking story of Margaret Tudor, a princess who leaves England for Scotland and whose future was used to end war and unite kings. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Plaidy is the consummate professional: She started out angry at James IV for cheating on her, then heartbroken when he was killed in battle. Amazon Music Transmite millones de canciones.
Also, I really hate how they took Elizabeth of York and turned her into a pleasant, boring automaton. It seemed years would fly buy in lpaidy space of a few paragraphs, but this aside, it’s a very good book about the reign of Margaret Tudor, Queen of Scots. She recklessly married the Earl of Angus, whom she was happy with VERY briefly, only to spend the better part of 10 years trying to divorce him Margaret being continually surprised and enraged by her husbands all three of them betraying her.
It looks like we cannot judge the King in the same way we would judge another “lesser being” and the times were indeed different. Ver todas las apps pplaidy lectura gratuitas de Kindle.
Her story is an interesting, albeit irritating one. Together, they led England during the restoration of the monarchy, after the death of Oliver Cromwell saw the end of Puritan rule in England.
The Pleasures of Love: : Jean Plaidy: Libros en idiomas extranjeros
The Pope, however, under the thumb of the Spaniards, did not, and other countries followed suit. All in all, I found it entertaining historical fiction. She started out angry at James IV for cheating on lbiros, then heartbroken when he was killed in battle. Kindle Direct Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente.
Productos Reacondicionados Precios bajos en productos revisados por Amazon. The author weaves a compelling, first person narrative of a Queen whose personal travails are little known.
When Catherine was jeah, after sixty years under Spanish rule, her father drove out the Spaniards and assumed his rightful role.
Those of you who are still tracking down the infamous Princes in the Tower will find an interesting idea as to their ultimate fate within these pages. Anyway, yet another wonderful book by Plaidy. What didn’t I like? Catherine was a Catholic Queen in a Protestant England that had never forgotten the cruelties of plaidg last Catholic ruler, Mary Tudor, also jewn as “Blody Mary”, for her excesses againt those of the Protestant faith.