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Old 04-08-2019, 03:38 AM   #32
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Originally Posted by Bookworm_Girl View Post
The White Queen sounds interesting. Thanks for the recommendation. I had forgotten that I also read A Secret Alchemy by Emma Darwin many years ago. This book reimagines the story from the Woodville family’s perspective. I remember nothing about it, but Goodreads tells me that I gave it 2 stars. I have no idea why I rated it that low, but it may appeal to some people.
I won't go so far as recommendation yet. I'm just starting it today (the first step of which was realising I'd somehow managed to turn Beaufort into Beaumont in my head , which I only realised when studying the family tree before I started reading). But yes, I do think it sounds interesting. I am curious to see how what I learn from this compares to what you learned from the Alison Weir version.
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