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Revelation - C.J. Sansom

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Spring 1543. King Henry VIII is wooing Lady Catherine Parr whom he wants for his sixth wife. Archbishop Cranmer and the embattled Protestant faction a...

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“Sinister And Superb”

published 23/06/2014

Dark, edgy and sinister

May be too gory for some

After thoroughly enjoying Sovereign, it was straight on to Shardlake number four. ***REVELATION*** All the poor guy wants is a quiet life. But it just ain't gonna happen. Just when you think it's safe to go to a dinner party, hang out with your pals, and generally think you've got things how you...

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Excellent

Engaging characters, interesting plot

A bit unrealistic at times

"Revelation" is the fourth book in the Matthew Shardlake series by C. J Sansom. The Shardlake series is set in 16th century England in the reign of Henry VIII and follows the adventures of Matthew Shardlake, a hunchback lawyer. So far there are four books in the Shardlake series, "Dissolution"...

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Excellent

“Revelation by C. J. Sansom”

published 01/04/2009

A very absorbing and compelling read

I don't think it's in paperpack yet and the hardba...

A really good story can transport you to another place. Revelation is the fourth in a series of good stories written by C. J. Sansom, the first three being Dissolution, Dark Fire and Sovereign. All of these novels are set during the period of Henry VIII’s reign and written in the voice of Matthew...

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