My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I picked up this book when I went out to the Barnes and Noble for the first time since August 2011. I don’t regret buying this book at all and the fact that I got it on a sale made it even better.
I’ve been fascinated with Henry VIII’s reign since 2002 when I was twelve years old. Over the years I’ve collected books (non fiction and fiction), DVDs, and anything related to the Tudor reign. But surprisingly I hadn’t heard of some of the women and children in this book.
I liked how each section spotlighted a different woman. I wish the author would have went into more detail about the ladies, but she gives the basics on each woman and the start of her affair with Henry.
I did find some mistakes in the book. Small mistakes, but seriously listing Elizabeth I’s death year as 1605? Really editors, you didn’t catch that?
All in all I give the book four stars! Good, but could have been better.