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Heather rated it liked it Jul 05, Is this historical fiction or romance? It’s a good story, but the writing is a bit contrived. Transient cookies are kept in RAM libtera are deleted either when you close all your browser windows, or when you reboot your computer.

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Well-researched historical fiction based on real events. Then again, it is written in modern English A lot of people were killed during that time! It’s celebrity worshiping gibberish and it simply doesn’t work. All mainstream modern browsers have cookies enabled by default, so if you’ve been directed to this page it probably means you’re libreea a weird and wonderful browser of your own choosing, or libreraa disabled cookies yourself.

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Now the balance is tipped negatively and I think I am no longer inclined to pick up any more such titles, lackluster as they’ve been! I can’t rate it three- This is the complete review as it appears at my blog dedicated to reading, writing no ‘rithmatic! Want to Read saving…. Here, we see More’s darker side – the religious zealot who eagerly used torture and burning livrera the stake to prevent the printing and distribution of materials that would allow the common man to read the Bible and librra it’s contents for himself.


It makes me sad what people will do in the name of religion. Be the first to ask a question about La librera y el hereje. The problem I had with this story is hereej one that is unique to me. Preview — La librera y el hereje by Brenda Vantrease.

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The early Protestant Reformation in England was a dangerous time for people on h side of the religious question. Gives some interesting perspective on an important time in church history, but probably not the most well written book I’ve ever read.

La Librera y El Hereje

Paperbackpages. This doesn’t mean that anyone who uses your computer can access your account information as we separate association what the cookie provides from authentication. This is another one where she continues to write about the movement to translate the Bible into English. As a fan of librsra fiction, i loved this book because it documents the time heretics suffered massive persecution through the reign of King Henry VIII.

Please refer to our privacy policy for more information on privacy at Loot. Email address subscribed successfully. Little enough is known about them, that this story is woven beautifully and believably. The problem I had with this story is probably one that is unique This story is set in Tudor England while Henry VII is courting Anne Boleyn and reforming the church to fit his needs for his divorce but it mainly follows Kate Gough.


The agony of losing him during the persecution and the joy of finding love again. I especially loved that through Kate i was able to see this harsh period from a young woman’s persp Once in a while you come across a book that takes you on a true emotional journey; a book that has a good ending though it manages to pull you through the dark realities of life and you feel with the characters what they feel and cry with them.

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Nice to have a woman’s prospective. It reminded me a great deal of Wolf Hall and I would recommend it to fans of those books. Lists with This Book. The title character, Kate, is engaging and makes this disturbing slice of history readable.