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The Rose of York: Fall from Grace ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Rose of York: Fall from Grace By Sandra Worth ✩ – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Worth Houston, Texas , winner of numerous writing awards, researched the Wars of the Roses for ten years, lectures regularly, and is a member of US Canada, and England Richard III societies of York: PDF/EPUB ¼ Worth of York: Fall from Epub / Houston, Texas , winner of numerous writing awards, researched the Wars of the Roses for ten years, lectures regularly, and is a member of US Canada, and England Richard III societies.


10 thoughts on “The Rose of York: Fall from Grace

  1. Natasa Natasa says:

    Fall from Grace, written by Sandra Worth is the last of three volumes documenting the life of Richard iii the last Plantagenet King Much has been written about Richard as the so called hunchback king who for many murdered the young Princes to ascend the English throne This novel is thoroughly researched, historically accurate and presents Richard as an honest, considerate monarch genuinely interested in the country s welfare His downfall at the 1485 Battle of Bosworth is the main subject of t Fall from Grace, written by Sandra Worth is the last of three volumes documenting the life of Richard iii the last Plantagenet King Much has been written about Richard as the so called hunchback king who for many murdered the young Princes to ascend the English throne This novel is thoroughly researched, historically accurate and presents Richard as an honest, considerate monarch genuinely interested in the country s welfare His downfall at the 1485 Battle of Bosworth is the main subject of this third novel historical detail is provided of the undermining forces that operated against his success The novel is sensitively expressed in fluent prose and the characters presented are eminently believable


  2. Kara Kara says:

    Tear my heart out, why don t you, Worth Somehow she had me in tears over a death scene I knew, knew, knew was coming and yet was a mess to see the heartache and pain for those left behind Of course, after that it s all over but to go through the motions However, here Worth makes a huge point out of the very real thought process in that time period that battle outcomes were God ordained, and an all or nothing attitude was all that was left for Richard to try and prove he was rightful king.


  3. Vikki Vaught Vikki Vaught says:

    Awesome, emotional read While I may not buy this twist on Richard III, I have thoroughly enjoyed this series Ms Worth did show his bad decision making Richard III was definitely idealistic and trusted too much Happy reading


  4. Sera Sera says:

    This book is the final one in a historical fiction trilogy about Richard III What a great story There is a schism in history about what Richard III was really like as a person Worth s trilogy captures the current school of thought that Richard did much for creating the justice system as many countries know it today and that he was not some type of villian as historians, and even Shakespeare, have often portrayed him Apparently, after his death, he was maligned by the Tudor who usurped his th This book is the final one in a historical fiction trilogy about Richard III What a great story There is a schism in history about what Richard III was really like as a person Worth s trilogy captures the current school of thought that Richard did much for creating the justice system as many countries know it today and that he was not some type of villian as historians, and even Shakespeare, have often portrayed him Apparently, after his death, he was maligned by the Tudor who usurped his throne and who had also destroyed any written evidence that portrayed Richard as a beneficent ruler.Worth adds a nice section at the end indicating what s true and what she made up I ve noticed that authors who write historical fiction but are cognizant of not leading readers into believing in historical inaccuracies often take this approach I find it to be very useful as a reader.I would encourage anyone who is interested in this piece of history to pick up these books They are easy to read and quite dramatic for the subject matter that they address


  5. April April says:

    This was the best book I have read on Richard III I loved it Worth writes in a way that makes it easier for me to follow characters and events I also loved the way she referenced the previous books in the series, without replaying what happened From the books I have read on Richard III, I have come to admire him on so many different levels His life is so heartbreaking The events surrounding his death disgust me People can be so evil.I am looking forward, though, to reading Worth s book on This was the best book I have read on Richard III I loved it Worth writes in a way that makes it easier for me to follow characters and events I also loved the way she referenced the previous books in the series, without replaying what happened From the books I have read on Richard III, I have come to admire him on so many different levels His life is so heartbreaking The events surrounding his death disgust me People can be so evil.I am looking forward, though, to reading Worth s book on Henry VII s queen Elizabeth She was mentioned in this book and I am curious to find outabout her.If you are interested in Richard III, I highly recommend this book as well as the previous two in the series They were wonderful


  6. Jane Jane says:

    This third book brings the series to a satisfying conclusion I found myselfengaged with the Richard of the previous two books, young and full of hope here, however, he becomesconsumed by fate Losing his son, and then Anne, Richard believes his punishment for taking the crown has been delivered But, he keeps to the fore, justice for all This series really does turn upside down Shakespeare s portrait of a wizened, greedy Richard I had not realised that many of our modern practice This third book brings the series to a satisfying conclusion I found myselfengaged with the Richard of the previous two books, young and full of hope here, however, he becomesconsumed by fate Losing his son, and then Anne, Richard believes his punishment for taking the crown has been delivered But, he keeps to the fore, justice for all This series really does turn upside down Shakespeare s portrait of a wizened, greedy Richard I had not realised that many of our modern practices with regards justice and law were initiated by good king Richard


  7. Chandra Chandra says:

    Sandra Worth s trilogy on Richard III was really good I couldn t put the books down She seems to have researched all three novels quite well, but I m interested in reading a few bios now that I m through with these as there are so many conflicting theories surrounding Richard III.


  8. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    The end to a really well done trilogy I enjoyed them all immensely I thought that some of this piece was a bit of a stretch but overall as a fan of Richard it was very satisfying Also some great tips for additional reading at the end


  9. Tristine Fleming Tristine Fleming says:

    Amazing series and insight of King Richard III Sandra Worth has converted me into a believer that Richard wasn t as devious and treacherous as some historians would like us to believe Worth is an amazing author who puts you right in the heart of the story.


  10. Winnifred Winnifred says:

    This series was excellent I wish it had been longer, but you cannot argue with history When that portion ends, it is over I wanted a happier ending, but again, history is history She did an excellent job of bringing life to history The characters were completely likeable or hateable.


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