Anne Boleyn and Me
England 1525. Allegiances are divided. Henry VIII wants to divorce his devoted wife Catherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn. For young Elinor Valjean, the conflict is a personal one: she loves Queen Catherine, but is forced to wait upon the queen's supplanter. Elinor's diary chronicles the turbulent years of Henry's divorce and Elinor's role as an observer of the stormiest marriage in history.
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Review: Anne Boleyn and Me: The Diary of Elinor Valjean, London, 1525-1536 (My Royal Story)User Review - Ava - Goodreads
This was the first of several of My Story books I read when I was young, and I can credit this book in particular as the source of my fascination with the Tudor period! This book is a "diary" of ... Read full review
Review: Anne Boleyn and Me: The Diary of Elinor Valjean, London, 1525-1536 (My Royal Story)User Review - Rizlan - Goodreads
I loved reading this book and I felt as though I was actually In the royal courts with the royal family. I would recommend it to everyone, especially people who are studying the story of Henry VIII in ... Read full review