With The Tudors book The King, the Queen, and the Mistress (paperback), history has never been so saucy! King Henry VIII's early years were wrought with political and religious unrest, numerous consorts and many more unadulterated excesses. The King the Queen the Mistress delves into some of his most trusted friendships, his political adversaries and his historical and tumultuous relationships with women.
The Tudors book version of Showtime's epic series focuses on the rarely dramatized, tumultuous early years of King Henry VIII's nearly forty-year omnipotent reign (1509-1547). In addition to dalliances with famous female consort Katherine of Aragon and the infamous consort Anne Boleyn, The Tudors: The King, The Queen, and The Mistress delves into Henry's most notable political relationships, including those with philosopher Sir Thomas More; Cardinal Wolsey, head of the Catholic Church of England during its break with Rome; and Charles Brandon, duke of Suffolk and Henry's closest friend.
Part gripping historical fiction, part sex-and-drama-fueled soap, The Tudors provides nonstop entertainment, offering readers a modern perspective on a story that still resonates and fascinates today.
Shop for The Tudors book The King, the Queen, and the Mistress (Paperback), and visit the early years of King Henry VIII's sordid life, from his political allies to the historic affairs.