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Alison Weir examines the unexpected rise and tragic fall of Lady Jane Grey in this carefully crafted and touching historical novel. Although the ultimate fate of Lady Jane is well-known, the author creates real suspense for the reader by detailing the various plots leading to Jane's reluctant reign as Queen of England when she was just sixteen years old.
posted Apr 17, 2008 at 11:54AM
This was a great book on CD! The voices did a wonderful job and I learned about a part of history I was unfamiliar with.
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Lady Jane Grey
Ascension to the English throne was brief; parents were the Marquess and Marchioness of Dorset; trained from infancy to be the next Queen of England; taught music, literature, philosophy; struggled with courtly manners; parents manuevered the throne for her; caught in a conspiracy web.