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View 1 comment. Apr 23, Nancy rated it liked it. The culprit who had the princes in the tower killed in this novel was a surprise to me, but made a lot of sense in the scheme of things. The only reason I have to not give this four stars is that Harry Stafford, Duke of Buckingham is such a self pitying and generally loathsome character. I really felt no pity for him, only for his children who were I liked this fictionalized account of the 2nd Duke of Buckingham's version of Richard IIIs take over of the crown at the end of the War of the Roses.
I really felt no pity for him, only for his children who were left without a father. Their mother was married off three or four more times in her lifetime, after the Duke's execution in Mar 02, Lizbit rated it really liked it Shelves: wars-of-the-roses , history. I meant to review this right after I read it but have been very busy and am rushed currently so I can't say all I'd like to.
The writing is extremely colorful. There's a lot of humor and the author manages to capture a very realistic feeling and somewhat sympathetic portrayal of a figure who has typically been port I meant to review this right after I read it but have been very busy and am rushed currently so I can't say all I'd like to. There's a lot of humor and the author manages to capture a very realistic feeling and somewhat sympathetic portrayal of a figure who has typically been portrayed only very slightly or as a complete villain and who in life ever really lacks some complexity?
There were a couple of things that grated me, but they were so minor compared to the book's strengths that I was able to overlook them relatively easily.
The main issue I had was that ambition didn't seem like enough of a catalyst to turn our anti-hero against Richard, not after his psychology has been fleshed out - I think maybe some better reasoning could have left me feeling less confused and more immersed. But you know, when a character acts contrary to how he has been portrayed so far, it sort of gives you a mental stop- pulls you out of the story. My only other issue was that his recollections of his dealings with the Woodvilles and their place in making him the man he ended up being could sometimes seem a bit heavy-handed even to a particularly egocentric psyche.
But these are pretty minor complaints. I actually loved the portrayal of Margaret Beaufort and her involvement in the book, minor though it was. I love reading about Richard III but he ends up being a VERY heavy character in any book about the time period - nice to see a story which so obviously needs him use him appropriately as he might be perceived by a character like our main character. Definitely worth a read.
I am a person who finds flowerly language for its own sake pretty irritating and sometimes pretentious I love flowery language when done correctly - although I wouldn't call this writing 'flowery', I will call it dramatically arresting and extremely successful for the character and the first person tense of this novel.
A most e excellent story This book about the Duke of Buckingham and his betrayal of Richard III ,will capture and draw you into this tale until you feel as a voyeur on a most excellent journey. And even if you have read other accounts about the betrayal, this storyline feels new , interesting and informative. A most excellent story. May 10, Clare Smith rated it liked it.
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After Mistress to the Crown I expected better of this book. Somehow it just didn't meet the mark. The characters were less believable and the storyline itself didn't ensnare me as did the telling of Mistress Shore's story. So disappointingly three stars is the most I can award. Jan 08, Peggy Whyte rated it liked it. This was an in depth look at the events of from Buckingham's point of view There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Isolde Martyn. Isolde Martyn. Isolde is a lady with an absolute passion for history, and writing historical fiction is a wonderful way to share her enthusiasm.
Isolde has a History Honours degree from the University of Exeter, UK, with a specialization in Yorkist England, a lif Isolde is a lady with an absolute passion for history, and writing historical fiction is a wonderful way to share her enthusiasm.
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