Mary I: Queen of Sorrows

Mary I: Queen of Sorrows

Fiction, General Fiction
Hardback Published on: 09/05/2024
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Synopsis

Sunday Times bestselling novelist Alison Weir returns with the spellbinding story of Mary I. Adored only child of King Henry VIII and his first wife Katherine of Aragon, young Princess Mary grows up as the sole heiress to the English throne. But her father wants a son, and soon Mary's world begins to fall apart. With her parents' marriage - and England - in crisis, Mary is banished from the court and kept apart from the mother she adores. The King promises to restore his daughter to favour, but first Mary must do something for which she will never forgive herself. She seeks solace in her faith. But when her brother Edward VI dies, she finds herself fighting for the crown - and for her life. Emerging triumphant, all seems fair for the reign of Queen Mary. And then, very quickly, things began to go badly wrong... Mary I. Her Story. Alison Weir's new Tudor novel, a tale full of drama and tragedy, tells the story of how a princess with such promise, loved by all who knew her, becomes the infamous Bloody Mary.

  • Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
  • ISBN: 9781472278135
  • Number of pages: 544
  • Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm

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Mary I: Queen of Sorrows
Go read, it's as good as you would expect from A.Weir!
That was a very interesting and enlightening read, I must admit. Up until now my knowledge about Mary I was not really that deep, rather superficial… I fou... READ MORE
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