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The epic story of the ueen who founded the Tudor dynasty told through the eyes of her loyal nursemaid Perfect for fans of Philipa GregoryWhen her own first child is tragically still born the young Mette is pressed into service as a wet nurse at the court of the mad king Charles VI of France Her young charge is the princess Catherine Although the Tudor dynasty is oft accredited to Henry VII s success at the Battle of Bosworth the Tudor line matriarch

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The Agincourt Bride Catherine de Valois #1

De Valois caught up in the turbulence and chaos of life at courtMette and the child forge a bond one that transcends Mette’s lowly positionBut as Catherine approaches womanhood her uniue position seals her fate as a pawn between two powerful dynasties Her brother The Dauphin and the dark and sinister Duke of Burgundy will both us I loved this Indeed I found myself completely enthralled and caught up in the politics intrigue and magic of the French Co

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E Catherine to further the cause of FranceCatherine is powerless to stop them but with the French defeat at the Battle of Agincourt the tables turn and suddenly her currency has never been higher But can Mette protect Catherine from forces at court who seek to harm her or will her loyalty to Catherine place her in even greater dange Her beauty fuelled a warHer courage captured a kingHer passion would launch the Tudor dynasty Tagline from the novel cover


10 thoughts on “The Agincourt Bride Catherine de Valois #1

  1. says:

    I was disappointed in the Agincourt Bride for many reasons I felt that the novel had great potential because it was written from the point of view of Katherine of Valois’s wet nurse turned Mistress of the Robes Mette This approach was different from many other historical fiction novels written about Katherine and Henry V and Owen Tudor The novel certainly started strong with the fifteen year old Mette assuming her position as

  2. says:

    This story is certainly epic and long I enjoyed the first half of the book but the second half I got a little tied

  3. says:

    Although the Tudor dynasty is oft accredited to Henry VII’s success at the Battle of Bosworth; the Tudor line matriarch is arguable Catherine of Valois However before her marriages to Owen Tudor and King Henry V of England; Catherin

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this novel based upon the earlier years of the life of Catherine of Valois Through the eyes of her wet nurse and later confidante Mette we are with Catherine from birth and through the turbulent years of her adolescence O

  5. says:

    I loved this Indeed I found myself completely enthralled and caught up in the politics intrigue and magic of the French Court and Henry V of England Joanna Hickson is one of those rare story tellers that weaves a kind of magic with the English Language so that you feel as if you have been transported to another time and placeThe story is told in first person by Catherine's nurse At first I thought this literary device would becom

  6. says:

    Before I truly destroy errr review this novel does anyone else see the rather blatant similarity between the cover of the Agincourt Bride and the Forbidden ueen by Anne O'Brien I mean it looks like they used the exact same model in the exact same dress the exact same hair style and then just took two different shots Oy vey there must have

  7. says:

    Her beauty fuelled a warHer courage captured a kingHer passion would launch the Tudor dynasty Tagline from the novel coverThe Agincourt Bride is part one in the story of Catherine of Valois French princess and the eventual

  8. says:

    I had high hopes for this book when I first saw it and was looking forward to reading it Unfortunately it was a big let down The book was ver

  9. says:

    This book was good but too wordy It caught my eye enough to read the seuel which I enjoyed better The descriptions of the lifestyle during the time period were excellent which was the best part of the book

  10. says:

    One of the most interesting things about historical fiction revolving around royalty is the paradox they present On the one hand you read about such wealth and power that clearly marks them on a completely different social sphere And yet behind

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