The Queen's Fool
3 journalers for this copy...
Pre-numbered label used.
I'm looking forward to reading this after recently reading The Other Boleyn Girl and The Boleyn Inheritance and loving them.
Journal Entry 2
Mary Kehoe Community Centre, Danks Street in Albert Park, Victoria Australia on Thursday, October 4, 2007
Released 16 yrs ago (10/5/2007 UTC) at Mary Kehoe Community Centre, Danks Street in Albert Park, Victoria Australia
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ABC2007 release! Taking along to place on the book table at the 4th Australian Bookcrossing Convention.
Read this book recently and really enjoyed it, the third book about the tudor monarchy this time about the daughters of Henry VIII. I like the historical fiction and although this book is quite thick its a quick read.
Caught from the 'table of temptation' at the Melbourne Convention. I've just read 'The Other Boleyn Girl' which I enjoyed, so hopefully this will be as good!
I really enjoyed this book! An intriguing look at Tudor-Stuart England from a unique perspective I think. Although it is quite long, it was an easy read, with interesting characters, and well written. I have a voucher for a free copy of The Boleyn Inheritance which I am looking forward to reading! Not sure what I will do with it now, either release it into the wild, or take it to a meetup :D
Picked up at this morning's meetup.
Journal Entry 7
Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Saturday, November 26, 2011
Ok, so this is the second Philippa Gregory book I've read, and it's convinced me even more than the first one that I know absolutely nothing about British history! I always thought it went straight from Henry VIII to Elizabeth I - I had no idea there were so many others in between!
Journal Entry 8
University of Canterbury, English Building in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand on Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Released 11 yrs ago (1/18/2012 UTC) at University of Canterbury, English Building in Christchurch, Canterbury New Zealand
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On the free stuff table outside the English department.
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