The King’s Rose by Alisa M. Libby

kings-roseSummary:  Catharine Howard recounts the events in her life that led to her being groomed for marriage at the age of fifteen to King Henry VIII, her failure to produce an heir to the throne, and her quick execution.

Dutton Children’s Books

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1 Comment

  1. This book was an amusing historical fiction for those who enjoy Tudor novels. I was reasonably entertained, but felt as if the main character’s way of speaking as a spoiled child made the book drag and feel younger despite the horrible things the main character is forced to do. Truth be told, I will likely not be able to keep it separate from other such tales within a few weeks.

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