[ PDF ] ✅ King Takes Queen (The Tudors, #2) Author Elizabeth Massie – Loufanet.info

King Takes Queen (The Tudors, #2) Dissent Rises In The Kingdom Of King Henry VIII Of England The King S Ongoing Dispute With The Papacy Over A Desire For Annulment Is About To Incite The Reformation, And His Next Step Is To Appoint A New Archbishop In Order To Obtain His Long Awaited Marriage To Anne Boleyn All Crests That Once Bore The Initials H K Are Promptly Replaced With An Intertwining H A, The First Of Many Significant Changes To Come The Birth Of The New Royal Couple S First Child, Princess Elizabeth, Is Followed By The Death Of Katherine Of Aragon New Legislation Decrees That Any Who Dare Commit An Act Against The King Or The Kingdom S Newfound Beliefs Will Face Extreme Consequences With Her Husband Growing Increasingly Impatient, It Becomes Apparent That The Only Crime Anne Could Commit Against Her King Would Be To Deny Him A Male Heir As Pressures Rise In The Kingdom, Those Who Once Found Themselves In The King S Good Graces Foresee A Somber End To Their Reign This Rich Novelization Of Season Two Of The Tudors Follows The Complicated Relationship Between Henry And Anne Through To Its Historically Significant And Dramatic Conclusion.


10 thoughts on “King Takes Queen (The Tudors, #2)

  1. says:

    Based on the second and, in my opinion, best season of the Tudors, this is a somewhat different retelling of the true story of King Henry VIII and his second wife and Queen, the ever ambitious Anne Boleyn It is surprisingly even better than the Other Boleyn Girl, at least in my opinion Not to me


  2. says:

    I loved the book, not as much as the first one, but it was definitelly great The story is very interesting, all the changes, all the surprises It is very well written story of Henry VIII and his second wife Anne Boleyn.


  3. says:

    Fantastic book I enjoyed it right to the end


  4. says:

    This book is intense So powerful


  5. says:

    Review I didn t think the characters came across as well on paper as they did on the screen Anne Boleyn, in particular, was dry on paper, but so muchvivid on screen This was a letdown for me I was expecting so muchof this book than a mere transcription almost of the television series I was hoping for better description However, if I d


  6. says:

    Couldn t stop readinggreat dialogue and enjoyed historical perspective.


  7. says:

    Really enjoyed this book Can t wait to see the next season.


  8. says:

    companion to the Tudors.


  9. says:

    I enjoyed this one a littlethan the novelization of season one, I think The descriptions of Henry left me meh, but I like what they did with Anne.


  10. says:

    It differes from what you could have seen in the serie, there are some plots that weren t filmed in the second serie of The Tudors.


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