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Old 03-26-2010, 12:13 PM   #11
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I haven't finished Wolf Hall yet, I got it for Christmas, because I'm savoring it. I'm not a Tudor scholar, but I have read more about those times than most people. I'm finding that this book is very well-researched and engrossing. I have a hard time putting it down. Once I do finish it, I will probably turn it over and start it again (not really, I'm planning to buy an electronic copy, cause man that tome is heavy - I haven't done an immediate re-read like that since high school.
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