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Wolf Hall: Wolf Hall Trilogy, Book 1 - Wolf Hall Trilogy (eBook)
  • Wolf Hall: Wolf Hall Trilogy, Book 1 - Wolf Hall Trilogy (eBook)

Wolf Hall: Wolf Hall Trilogy, Book 1 - Wolf Hall Trilogy (eBook)

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The greatest literary sensation of recent times – and now the inspiration for a major BBC series, starring Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis and directed by Peter Kosminsky. In this staggeringly brilliant novel, Hilary Mantel brings the opulent, brutal world of the Tudors to bloody, glittering life. It is the backdrop to the rise and rise of Thomas Cromwell: lowborn boy, charmer, bully, master of deadly intrigue and, finally, most powerful of Henry VIII's courtiers. Both winners of the Man Booker Prize and already hugely successful stage plays, WOLF HALL and its sequel BRING UP THE BODIES have now been transformed into a BBC television series starring Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis, bringing history to life for a whole new audience.

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
ISBN: 9780007322749

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I bought this book and Bring up the bodies after hearing about the awards the author had won. Unfortunately, I am not too familliar with all of the historic characters and so found the book very difficult to get into.... More

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“Beautifully written”

This is a great book and doesn't patronise the reader. It is wonderfully written and portrays Cromwell very sympathetically. I liked that it ended where it did (I won't give it away).

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“Hard work”

High expectation but struggled since christmas. No doubt this is a well written book and passges are gripping but far too often it is difficult to understand who is speaking in the dialogue. You would need to be... More

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16th May 2010
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