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Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Jane Hodgkinson - Goodreads

Just as good as Philippa Gregory's books. Would probably give a 3 1/2 rating. Enjoyed this read. Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Joy - Goodreads

This is absolutly the worst book I've read about Anne Boleyn and the other wives of Henry VIII. I realy struggled with it. First there's the language. The old English makes it hard to read and makes ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Veronica - Goodreads

This was a very weird perspective to the stories of Anne Boleyn and Katherine Howard. It's told in such a way to connect both women, whether or not there was actually a connection (besides the familial connection). It just wasn't as interesting as some of the other works from Plaidy. Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Donna Mcaleavy Ⓥ - Goodreads

Reading this book straight after jean plaidys, Katherine of Aragon trilogy it was a nice continuation I liked the switch between anne boleyn and Katherine Howard although I felt at the end Katherine's ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - ladywallingford - Goodreads

This installment wasn't as interesting as the Katherine of Aragon novel that preceded it but I did prefer it over the first of the series. Most of the book took place during Anne Boleyn's reign as ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal: The Story of Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Lia - Goodreads

I really enjoyed this one. When I bought it, I was in the mood for Anne Boleyn or Catherine Howard and this book delivered both. It felt historically accurate and I liked the way Anne and Catherine's ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Marissa - Goodreads

In line with Plaidy's other novels, this one is a sweeping fictional history about Anne Boleyn and Catherine Howard. In my opinion, however, Henry VIII is truly the central character.. though he is ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Karissa - Goodreads

It starts off slow, with a lot of politics. The stories of Anne's childhood are not rooted in fact, but make the leading up to her meeting with Henry have some flow and consistancey. The book flitters ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Tiffany Williams - Goodreads

This book was like an old train that takes a while to get going. And then once it is going it almost has ADD and skips around a bit. Should not be your first choice of Tudor England books... has a lot ... Read full review

Review: Murder Most Royal (Tudor Saga #5)

User Review  - Robin - Goodreads

This Plaidy book focuses on Anne Boleyn and her cousin, Catherine Howard, who had the same end as Anne. I feel it focuses more on Catherine, which is ok, since she is someone that doesn't get a lot of ... Read full review


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