The Tower is Full of Ghosts Today by Alison Weir

The Tower is Full of Ghosts Today

The Tower is Full of Ghosts Today by historian Alison Weir is an e-short and companion piece to the Sunday Times bestseller Anne Boleyn: A King's Obsession, the second novel in the spellbinding series about Henry VIII's queens. Jo, historian and long-term admirer of Anne Boleyn, takes a group on a guided tour of the Tower of London, to walk in the shoes of her Tudor hero...

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  • E L E A N O R (bookishcourtier)
    I love the Six Tudor Queens series so far, but I'm not really sure what the point of this was. I enjoyed the other e-books that accompany this series, but this was so short and abrupt. I felt very cheated, even though it was free, because less than a third was taken up by the actual story. The res...
  • kathy bracy
    Short but really enjoyableYes a short book but I loved it for the history of it. No spoilers but the tour guide isn't quite who you think. Also first chapters of the six Tudor queens books, well the first three of them anyway...
  • Donna Maguire
    For a free download I thought that this book was excellent! It is just a quick read but I really, really enjoyed it!! I read it on Halloween which was quite fitting and even though it only took a short while, having a 16 week old daughter I made myself a coffee and got a slice of cake and sat and re...
  • Bookworm with Kids .
    A very short "ghost" story released on Hallowe'en - excellent idea!...
  • Matt
    In this short story that bridges two of the larger novels in Weir’s Six Tudor Queens, the reader is able to focus a little more attention on Anne Boleyn. Jo Maddox is tour guide around the Tower of London whose groups are always complimentary of her knowledge. As a historian, Jo is happy to hav...
  • Andrew
    With the short story being only 12% (the following 82% being either copyright, content or opening chapter to the first novels in the SIX TUDOR QUEENS series), there’s not much to say, but review coming soon but this is a free marketing ploy. ...
  • Julia
    Liked the short story, if a little confusing. How many ghosts?Not read Alison Weir although my favourite genre. Was good to try some first chapters, but in all honesty they won't make me rush out to buy. Prefer Sharon Penman....
  • Paul Servini
    Not exactly spinechilling but a nice little mystery....
  • Helene Harrison
    Review - I think this is the best e-short I have read by Alison Weir as a companion to the Six Tudor Queens series. I tried to write something similar myself a few years ago just to see if I could, but it was nowhere near as good as the detail that Weir managed to get here. I started reading it and ...

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