The Boleyn Inheritance - Philippa Gregory

The Boleyn Inheritance

By Philippa Gregory

  • Release Date: 2006-12-05
  • Genre: Historical
  • Size: 12.96 MB
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 213 Ratings

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Description

From “the queen of royal fiction” (USA TODAY) comes this New York Times bestseller featuring three very different women whose fates are each bound by a bloody curse: the legacy of the Boleyn family.

After the death of his third wife, Jane Seymour, King Henry VIII of England decides to take a new wife, but this time, not for love. The Boleyn Inheritance follows three women whose lives are forever changed because of the king’s decision, as they must balance precariously in an already shaky Tudor Court.

Anne of Cleves is to be married to Henry to form a political alliance, though the rocky relationship she has to the king does not bode well for her or for England.

Katherine Howard is the young, beautiful woman who captures Henry’s eye, even though he is set to marry Anne. Her spirit runs free and her passions run hot—though her affections may not be returned upon the King.

Jane Rochford was married to George Boleyn, and it was her testimony that sent her husband and infamous sister-in-law Anne to their deaths. Throughout the country, her name is known for malice, jealousy, and twisted lust.

The Boleyn Inheritance is a novel drawn tight as a lute string about three women whose positions brought them wealth, admirations, and power, as well as deceit, betrayal, and terror.

Reviews

  • Love!

    5
    By ABraud11
    Possibly my favorite of the whole Tudor Series!
  • Another great book by Gregory

    4
    By FlashJW
    I love a good book and this book definitely delivered a great ride through The Royal Court with strong female characters. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I thought it was nearly as entertaining as The Other Boleyn Girl. I loved it enough to download another of Philippa Gregory's other books immediately after reading.
  • Good book, but

    4
    By Kfilak
    Very good sequel to the other Boleyn girl, but am I the only one who seems to have some pages missing?
  • Loved it

    5
    By Cpgerdes
    I couldn't put it down.
  • Not as good as the other Boleyn girl

    3
    By Nigel505
    This book has constant repetition of same thing, seriously the characters are constantly repeating themselves in their reflections to the point where you find yourself skimming... Interesting enough but not nearly as good as the Other Boleyn Girl.
  • Awesome book

    5
    By Atarm
    This book truly takes you back to historical England. You get to explore the lives of two women who end up feeling the rage of Henry VIII. One must live while the other needs to keep her secret in order to live. It yet again gives a chilling look into the mad world of Henry VIII and just what his six wives had to endure. Awesome book!

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