Monday, June 6, 2016

Here we go again

On the front desk all this week. No lunch breaks. 7:30 to 5.

It will be alooong week.

Currently reading THE LADY IN THE TOWER by Alison Weir. Nonfiction

Drawing on myriad sources from the Tudor era, bestselling author Alison Weir provides the first book ever to examine, in unprecedented depth, the gripping story of Anne Boleyn’s final days. The Lady in the Tower explores the motives and intrigues of those who helped to seal the queen’s fate, unraveling the tragic tale of Anne’s fall, from her miscarriage of the son who would have saved her to the final, dramatic scene on the scaffold. What emerges is an extraordinary portrayal of a woman of great courage, tested to the extreme by the terrible plight in which she found herself, a powerful queen whose enemies were bent on utterly destroying her. Horrifying but captivating, The Lady in the Tower presents the full array of evidence of Anne Boleyn’s guilt—and innocence. Only in Alison Weir’s capable hands can readers learn the truth about the fate of one of the most influential and fascinating figures in English history.
Published in 2010, it has 464 pages.  I've always been interested in this particular time period. And I've recently had it confirmed why though I suspected for a long time.

Had a waaaay back machine flashback via Youtube yesterday:

The 70s were fun. No really. 

Off you go.

Much love,
PK the Bookeemonster

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