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Publisher Description

Adapted for the STARZ original series, The White Princess.

Love to the Death.

When Henry Tudor picks up the crown of England from the mud of Bosworth field, he knows he must marry the princess of the enemy house—Elizabeth of York—to unify a country divided by war for more than three decades. But his bride is still in love with his dead enemy, and her mother and half of England remain loyal to her brother, the missing York heir.

Henry’s greatest fear is that somewhere a prince is waiting to reclaim the throne. When a young man who would be king invades England, Elizabeth has to choose between the new husband she is coming to love and the boy who claims to be her lost brother: the rose of York come home at last.

“A bloody irresistible read.” —People

“Bring on the blood, sex, and tears!...You name it, it’s all here.” —USA TODAY

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2013
July 23
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
544
Pages
PUBLISHER
Atria Books
SELLER
SIMON AND SCHUSTER DIGITAL SALES INC
SIZE
11.4
MB

Customer Reviews

MLBR2002 ,

Engaging - an almost page turner

I love Philippa Gregory novels. Her Tudor series and now Cousins series have kept me begging for the next novel. I do love the "white princess," but it's not my favorite. If I could have given it 4 1/2 stars I would have because my only complaint is that the topic of "the boy" and Henry Tudor finding him, then losing him again seemed to drag on. Some of the chapters were a bit repetitive in that respect. Other than that, I am a satisfied fan.

Waywardspirit ,

So dull

The irony of the forward, which speaks of powerful women secretly acting behind the scenes, is boggling. This is the story of a soggy piece of bread that never once showed backbone. I hate not finishing books but my god this was a chore.

Kait Rae ,

Total disappointment.

It was so tedious to read. Elizabeth has no personality. Her dialogue mostly consists of questions where she repeats what the other characters are saying. Henry and his mother are just as awful with their sour personalities and lack of depth. There is no true plot arc, making the story flat and boring. Then on top of all of that, the ending is extremely abrupt and odd. I’ve read many books by the author and this is by far her most disappointing work.

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