The Other Boleyn Girl (Paperback)
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The Other Boleyn Girl (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 07/10/2002
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The acclaimed international bestseller set around the Tudor court, during the years when Henry VIII traded his mistress Mary Boleyn for courtship of her sister Anne - and tracing the extraordinary events that changed the course of a country's history. When Henry VIII tires of pretty young Mary Boleyn, her powerful family instructs her to promote her sister, Anne, as a replacement. But Anne Boleyn, newly returned from the French court, intelligent and spirited, doesn't agree to be Henry's mistress - only his wife. PItting the king's desperation for an heir against his powerful advisors - Wolsey, Cromwell and Dukes of Norfolk and Suffolk - what Anne brings about will change the course of a country's history. Told with all of Philippa Gregory's characteristic perceptiveness, backed by meticulous historical research and superb storytelling skills, The Other Boleyn Girl brings a legendary court, its politics, personalities and scheming vividly to life.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780006514008

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“The Other Boleyn Girl”

The best, in my opinion, of all the Phillipa Gregory Tudor novels, of which I have read them all.There is a tragic air about Mary Boleyn, and to me, conveys her somewhat niavety.PLEASE BUY THIS NOW... More

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29th May 2007
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“Loved it - Best book I have ever read!”

I have always been interested in Henry and all of his wifes especially Anne Boleyn. This book is easy to read and keeps you hooked thoughtout.
Give it a go!

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10th May 2012
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“fantastic”

an amazing read, i could not put it down.
i have been left wanting to know more about an era that bored me years ago when i was at school.

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16th March 2010
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