Answer by Raakhee Venugopal:
Thank you for the A2A.
I’m not sure if it gave me a ‘cozy and good feeling’ but it certainly did change my perception of a dynasty that I have been fascinated with from ever since I can remember…for no apparent reason. I’m talking about Philippa Gregory’s Tudor Series, that talks about life and times in the court of one of Britain’s most famous (or notorious) monarchs, King Henry VIII, and about his infamous six wives.
From Wikipedia, this is the order in which they ought to be read chronologically…
- The Constant Princess ( )
- Three Sisters, Three Queens ( , and )
- The Other Boleyn Girl ( and )
- The Boleyn Inheritance ( , and )
- The Taming of the Queen ( )
- The Queen’s Fool (A young Jewish girl’s story of her service in the court of , and )
- The Virgin’s Lover (Elizabeth I, and )
- The Other Queen ( , and )
I’m yet to read a few of them, but what a joy-ride it was thus far! *woot*