Hey are fun little vignettes of history and usually amusingThis wasn t fun or amusingIt was a brief summary of the reigns not Vignettes If He Had Taken If he had taken time
TO JUST FIND INTERESTING STORIES ABOUT just find interesting stories about it would have been a good read Instead it was tedious and a waste of timeNow I admit part of the problem was that I know too much about these kingsueensso I had heard it all before Honestly though I know a lot of history and I njoyed His Other Books So other books So much as I think knowing the history diminished my njoyment I don t think it negates my criticism He veered from his own path and rather than hey did you know this style of writing it s a poorly written book report on the TudorStuartHanoverianSaxeCoburgWindsor royaltySkip itunless of course you have nothing lse to do I found this book to be thoroughly The Public-Private Partnership Handbook entertaining and let s be honest it just made me feel smarter to say I was reading a non fictionThis is my type of non fiction though It reads like a fiction novel and sometimes I had to remind myself that all this crazy stuff happened The books talks about the royal families and all the crazy murders riotsxecutions revenge and really really bad parents that seem to have worn the crown or wanted to wear the crown I was fascinated I mean this definitely is not for those looking for pure history This is history and all the What Next After School ? events and the mistresses are documented but this is like the tabloids of history Yeah my kids of stories. F tragedy comedy romance heroism and incompetence that has made the British throne a seat of such unparalleled fascinationFeaturing stories coveringvery monarch from randy Henry VIII to reserved Elizabeth II historical myths debunked and surprising Did you know anecdotes four family trees spanning very royal house from the Tudors to the Windso.
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new book behind the palace doors that abook Behind the Palace Doors that a of writing style might not fix He has carefully chosen British rulers since the Tudors reigns and presented them fix He has carefully chosen British rulers since the Tudors reigns and presented them a personal angle The historical facts are true as are the ffects "Of The Facts On History But Somehow Faruhar S Writing " the facts on history but somehow Faruhar s writing the Kings ueens and others highlighted in his book seem as if they sprung from the pages of the Globe or The National EnuirerNow as a history jock I ll take my history in almost any form but I do appreciate good writing Nothing is worse than a deadly dull writer dealing with material that in those very deadly dull hands has merged on the written page with as much oomph as a dead flounder Michael Faruhar s writing is too much the other wayOne of the good points about Faruhar s book is that he chooses people and incidents to highlight that have remained hidden for the most part in other popular histories I did learn from Faruhar s book which really is the point of the book having been written in the first place I just wish it had just been presented in a toned down form This book cracked me up mostly because it is from my friend who is a royalty FIEND And I don t mean loving modern royalty and their fashion sense She loves Henry VIII and all his wives She s loved them since childhood which I think is just so funny What would you do if your little girl just wanted to read about British monarchs of the. Spanning 500 years of British history a revealing look at the secret lives of some great and not so great Britons courtesy of one of the world's most ngaging royal historiansBeleaguered by scandal betrayed by faithless spouses bedeviled by ambitious children the kings and ueens of Great Britain have been many things but they have never been dull. Past She grew up just fine though and gave me this book It s pretty African Successes, Volume I entertaining I must admit It goes through 500 years of the British monarchy and gives you a chapter onach king or ueen They sure weren t a very classy group of people It was interesting to read how they are all connected and understand albeit briefly I m sure I ll forget the connections between the past and present So it was a good read and certainly Trigger Samaniego 1 (Stallion, entertaining than most non fiction I read But unlike most non fiction I read I don txactly feel better for having read it I d always imagined the King James of the King James Bible translation as a noble figure Not so much it turns out Starts with the Tudors and Lehrbuch Der Physiologie ends with a uick summary of Elizabeth II I found the first several chapters boring simply because I already knew it all and didn t learn anything new or interesting However once we started on the Stuarts I found it interesting simply because I had less knowledgeI wouldn t necessarily recommend the audiobook version of this as the narrator a had 1 gruff voice forvery man he uoted and b did ATROCIOUS accents verything from Italian to French to German to Russian to really really bad American It was annoying everything from Italian to French to German to Russian to really really bad American It was annoying and totally ineffective Overall a decent uick history of several hundred years of British royalty with some interesting side stories but nothing deep or surprising in any of it I ve read many of Michael Faruhar s books Generally I like them Some sacrificed verything for love while others met a cruel fate at the dge of an axman's blade From the truth behind the supposed madness of King George to ueen Victoria's surprisingly daring taste in sculpture Behind the Palace Doors ventures beyond the rumors to tell the unvarnished history of Britain's monarchs highlighting the uniue mix ,