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Review Date: 3/23/2015
This is a great book. An airplane falls out of the sky. A body is found. And several lives are changed forever. This is a book I would recommend for anyone who likes reading about complex relationships and thrillers.
Review Date: 9/30/2012
Great book. One of Gregory's best- thought - out books.
Review Date: 5/5/2015
This was an engaging read. It was meticulously researched for historical fact, although since we just don't know a lot about Anne Boleyn and what went on when she was in the French court, a lot of creative license is used. For example, we know Leonardo DaVinci was there the same time as Anne was, but we don't know if they even met. So the author takes creative license at that point, and makes them friends. That particular creative license helps the story along quite well. Reading this has made me hungry for more books from this particular author.
Review Date: 5/21/2015
Although I am a fan of Robin Maxwell, this book was not as good as Mademoiselle Boleyn, another of her books. We all know the story, so I don't need to sketch it out for you. This book was written mostly in diary form, with some flash-forwards with Queen Elizabeth I. I felt the book would've been better written if it was just written like the author wrote her other book(s).
Review Date: 10/13/2012
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