!!> Epub ➠ Three Sisters, Three Queens (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels, #8) ➟ Author Philippa Gregory – Ivogue.co.uk

Three Sisters, Three Queens (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels, #8) As Sisters They Share An Everlasting Bond As Queens They Can Break Each Other S Hearts There Is Only One Bond That I Trust Between A Woman And Her Sisters We Never Take Our Eyes Off Each Other In Love And In Rivalry, We Always Think Of Each Other When Katherine Of Arag N Is Brought To The Tudor Court As A Young Bride, The Oldest Princess, Margaret, Takes Her Measure With One Look, Each Knows The Other For A Rival, An Ally, A Pawn, Destined With Margaret S Younger Sister Mary To A Sisterhood Unique In All The World The Three Sisters Will Become The Queens Of England, Scotland, And France.United By Family Loyalties And Affections, The Three Queens Find Themselves Set Against Each Other Katherine Commands An Army Against Margaret And Kills Her Husband James IV Of Scotland But Margaret S Boy Becomes Heir To The Tudor Throne When Katherine Loses Her Son Mary Steals The Widowed Margaret S Proposed Husband, But When Mary Is Widowed It Is Her Secret Marriage For Love That Is The Envy Of The Others As They Experience Betrayals, Dangers, Loss, And Passion, The Three Sisters Find That The Only Constant In Their Perilous Lives Is Their Special Bond, Powerful Than Any Man, Even A King.


10 thoughts on “Three Sisters, Three Queens (The Plantagenet and Tudor Novels, #8)

  1. says:

    I would have loved if this focusedon the sister relationship Margaret, while an interesting narrator, got to be a bit tiresome at times as she was veeeery whiny and jealous I feel like I only got 1 3 o...


  2. says:

    Philippa Gregory is a historian capable of crafting beautiful stories from her research and imagination I rather enjoyed The Other Boleyn Girl, which had a full, fascinating ensemble of characters with many viewpoints The title Three Sisters, Three Queens deceived me I thought this book to be about the three queens and how their lives intertwined A tale told from each of their perspectives It was not Very disappointing Gregory s fictional p...


  3. says:

    Philippa Gregory has written numerous wonderful books about the Tudors Unfortunately this isn t one of them The narrator here is Henry VIII s older sister, Margaret When the book opens, she is a whiny, self centered 12 year old Eventually she...


  4. says:

    If you enjoy audiobooks, I would highly recommend listening to THREE SISTERS, THREE QUEENS, because Bianca Amato s narration is outstanding This book has a big cast of characters with different voices and accents, and Ms Amato handled it beautifully Very entertaining and well done So, the title refers to sisters Margaret and Mary Tudor, and their sister in law Katherine of Aragon The book focuses mainly on Margaret, from her girlhood days in the Tudor court, to her years as Queen of Scotland If you enjoy audiobooks, I would highly recommend listening to THREE SISTERS, THREE QUEENS, because Bianca Amato s narration is outstanding This book has a big cast of characters with different voices and accents, and Ms Amato handled it beautifully Very entertaining and well done So, the title refers to sisters Margaret and Mary Tudor, and their sister in law Katherine of Aragon The...


  5. says:

    Aceasta este cea de a patra carte pe care am citit o de la Phillippa Gregory i pot s spun c nu m a dezam git Romanul urm re te via a celor trei regine surori Margaret, regin a Sco iei prin c s toria cu regele Iacob al IV lea al Sco iei, Caterina de Aragon, prima so ie a regelui Henric al VIII lea al Angliei i Mary, regin a Fran ei, prin c s toria cu regele Ludovic al XII lea al Fran ei Ceea ce m a atras foarte mult la aceast carte a fost faptul c autoarea a descris i copil ria celor Aceasta este cea de a patra carte pe care am citit o de la Phillippa Gregory i pot s spun c nu m a dezam git Romanul urm re te via a celor trei regine surori Margaret, regin a Sco iei prin c s toria cu regele Iacob al IV lea al Sco iei, Caterina de Aragon, prima so ie a regelui Henric al VIII lea al Angliei i Mary, regin a Fran ei, prin c s to...


  6. says:

    I really wanted to like this book I was one of the first people to have it from the public library and I was so excited Then I started reading, and this is the least interesting heroine I ve read since a V.C Andrews novel Margaret is a whiny, self centered person who judges EVERYONE Gregory writes the book as though we are reading Margaret s journal or listening to the thoughts in her head so the only point of view we read is Margaret s It is a very limiting point of view The reader does I really wanted to like this boo...


  7. says:

    Fickle, vapid, vacillating these are just a few words that can be used to describe the voice of Philippa Gregory s Three Sisters, Three Queens Don t get me wrong Margaret Tudor the real life woman of history is an intriguing figure But the Margaret Tudor of this novel is greedy, spiteful, and vindictive For those who were misled into thinking this would be a tripartite novel from the perspectives of Katherine of Aragon, Mary Tudor, and Marg...


  8. says:

    Auch ein starkes Buch mit einer interessanten Protagonisten, allerdings haben mich die letzten 100 Seiten ein wenig genervt, das Hick Hack hat sich die Klinke in die Hand gegeben und es war etwas lang, aber trotzdem ein sehr lesenswertes Buch Aus der Reihe bish...


  9. says:

    I find it odd that Philippa Gregory reminds us in her author s note that she writes fiction to flesh out the backgrounds of these noble women whom history has either glossed over, or left very unflattering impressions of This novel does not show Margaret Tudor as havingcomplex emotions, she is entirely one sided in her view of her sisters She consistently suffers from jealousy of her sister and sister in law, and the constant inner narrative of her jealousy becomes tediously repetitive, I find it odd that Philippa Gregory reminds us in her author s note that she writes fiction to flesh out the backgrounds of these noble women whom history has either glossed over, or left very unflattering impressions of This novel does not show Margaret Tudor as havingcomplex emotions, she is entirely one sided in her view of her sisters She consistently suffers from jealousy of her sister and sister in law, and the constan...


  10. says:

    4 stars It was great I loved it I always enjoy Gregory s historical fiction novels She has a unique way of grabbing my interest from the first page and truly bringing historical figures to life I appreciate that at the end of her novels she briefly addresses fact vs fiction typically because the truth is unknown for these areas Finally, I love that when I read her novels, I find myself researchingabout the characters and events in her novels always a sign of high engagement Thi 4 stars It was great I loved it I always enjoy Gregory s historical fiction novels She has a unique way of grabbing my interest from the first page and truly bringing historical figures to life I appreciate that at the end of her novels she briefly addresses fact vs fiction typically because the truth is unknown for these areas Finally, I love that when I read her novels, I find myself researchingabout the characters and events in her novels always a sign of high engagement This one was also inclusive of those wonderful things, though Mary T...


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