It's actually a biography of Anne Boleyn rather than a novel. It's a good read for Anne Boleyn beginners but I'd always recommend Eric Ives for those who want the full details of Anne Boleyn's life.


2 thoughts on “Is Elizabeth Norton’s novel about Anne (Anne Boleyn : Henry VIII’s obsession,i believe) any good? Truth and engaging wise?”

  1. Mya says:

    So Ives novel would be better truth and facts wise rather than this novel?

  2. Banditqueen says:

    What is wrong with people? I really still find it amazing that people cannot distinguish between a novel which is fiction and a biography or history book which is fact.

    Neither Eric Ives or Elizabeth Norton wrote a novel and both books are extremely well researched. Ives is considered the bench mark on Anne Boleyn but Elizabeth Norton for many is more readable.

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