Je Anne Boleyn (Volume 1)



Je Anne Boleyn (Volume 1) Over the next days, as I went about my business, the King was rarely far from my thoughts Finally, admitting to myself that my mind was constantly preoccupied with images of him, I decided to spend some time alone in my chamber attempting to sift through my sentiments for the truth.Gain unprecedented access to one of history s most tumultuous love stories in Sandra Vasoli s riveting debut novel, Je Anne Boleyn.Sixteenth century England witnessed a roiling tide of changes most of which were fueled by the scandalous romance between King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn.The first volume of this two part series tells the story of what really happened from Anne s own point of view In sumptuous detail, Je Anne Boleyn recounts the moment the lovers first met, as well as the powerful and climactic consequences that ensued.Scrupulously researched, this fictional memoir welcomes readers into the head and heart of one of history s most misunderstood women Learn how much Anne valued her female friendships, her desperate desire to bear children, and what lay behind her instinctive mistrust of Cardinal Wolsey.Readers will gladly come to know Anne Boleyn like never before. New Download Je Anne Boleyn (Volume 1) author Sandra Vasoli For Kindle ePUB or eBook – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • 366 pages
  • Je Anne Boleyn (Volume 1)
  • Sandra Vasoli
  • English
  • 20 April 2017

9 thoughts on “Je Anne Boleyn (Volume 1)

  1. Janet Wertman says:

    This is a beautifully written, first person account of Henry VIII s courtship of Anne Boleyn The book begins at their first real exchange, and ends at their marriage.I read it both as a Tudor fan and as someone who seeks to write about them As a Tudor fan, I loved the details the author included Vasoli did an immense amount of research she even visited the Vatican to inspect Henry s actual love letters and it really showed As a Tudor author, I appreciated things like Vasoli s This is a beautifully written, first person account of Henry VIII s courtship of Anne Boleyn The book begins at their first real exchange, and ends at their marriage.I read it both as a Tudor fan and as someone who seeks to write about them As a Tudor fan, I loved the details the author included Vasoli did an immense amount of research she even visited the Vatican to inspect Henry s actual love letters and it really showed As a Tudor author, I appreciated things like Vasoli s choice of Lady Margaret Wyatt as a companion to Anne, someone that Anne could talk to and get out of her own head Few others in Anne s life could have fulfilled this role as well.Bottom line I loved the book.I have to admit, I wasn t sure I would I have had Anne Boleyn s voice inside my head since I was eight years old, and I tend to dislike accounts in the firs...

  2. Caidyn (SEMI-HIATUS; BW Reviews; he/him/his) says:

    I m stopping this one while I m ahead Aka 3% into this.I loved Vasoli s analysis of Anne s supposed letter from the Tower, and I just don t want to start reading this one since I had an issue literally a few pages into it There seems to be a disconnect for me Love the nonfiction for authors who are interested in Tudor history, but the second I attempt their fiction work, there s a huge disconnect with language, sentence structure, and characterization Some people just shouldn t w I m stopping this one while I m ahead Aka 3% into this.I loved Vasoli s analysis of Anne s supposed letter from the Tower, and I just don t want to start reading this one since I had an issue literally a few pages into it There seems to be a disconnect for me Love the nonfiction for authors who are interested in Tudor history, but the second I attempt thei...

  3. Adrienne Dillard says:

    Anne Boleyn has captured the imagination of writers and the hearts of readers since her death over 400 years ago Unfortunately, she has most often been depicted as one dimensional with the author highlighting only those personality traits that seem the most dramatic In Sanda Vasoli s hands, the true Anne finally comes to life as a fully developed and fully complex woman.Vasoli creates a vivid portrait of the early days of the love affair between the vivacious and exotic Anne and he Anne Boleyn has captured the imagination of writers and the hearts of readers since her death over 400 years ago Unfortunately, she has most often been depicted as one dimensional with the author highlighting only those personality traits that seem the most dramatic In Sanda Vasoli s hands, the true Anne finally comes to life as a fully developed and fully complex woman.Vasoli creates a vivid portrait of the early days of the love affair between the vivacious and exotic Anne and her paramour, the glorious King of England, in stunning detail Each scene is carefully crafted to bring the heady atmosphere of the English Court alive without the clutter of info dumps or over elaborate descriptions Anne is shown to be witty and intelligent, charismatic and enchanting, but Vasoli never shies away from the less attractive characteristics and behaviors that she and man...

  4. Sarah Joy says:

    I won this book thanks to the website On The Tudor Trail and Sandra Vasoli.I want to write an honest review without offending the author hopefully.Overall the book was wonderfully written from the point of view of Anne Boleyn and her experiences up until her marriage to Henry VIII It started off a bit slow but becameenjoyable as I read on At the beginning of the book there were quite a few errors An example of this would be saying Henry VIII had brown eyes when h I won this book thanks to the website On The Tudor Trail and Sandra Vasoli.I want to write an honest review without offending the author hopefully.Overall the book was wonderfully written from the point of view of Anne Boleyn and her experiences up until her marriage to Henry VIII It started off a bit slow but becameenjoyable as I read on At the beginning of the book there were quite a few errors An example of this would be saying Henry VIII had brown eyes when he had blue There were some other errors that also kind of threw me off of the story It was a bit of a distraction However once you getinto the book it s very enjoyable You can almost imagine the gowns Anne is wearing and everything she is feeling I cannot wait for the next book in the series.My only suggestion to Sandra would be to have someone proofread the next one Perhaps someone else that she knows with Tudor Anne Boleyn knowledge too Most of the facts in this book were accurate however just a couple inaccuracies Other th...

  5. Patty Mccormick says:

    There were no ratings and no reviews for this book on Goodreads or LibraryThing Why Must have been a lack of publicity This book is a great book about a great love affair I liked hearing Anne s thoughts and feelings as she is falling in love I thought that this book was well done and moved quickly It kept my interest and was not boring I enjoyed reading and learning about the hunts I thought that this was a very romantic story This might befancy than fact, but it makes for a g There were no ratings and no reviews for this book on Goodreads or LibraryThing Why Must have been a lack of publicity This book is a great book about a great love affair I liked hearing Anne s thoughts and feelings as she is falling in love I thought that this book was well done and moved quickly It kept my interest and was not boring I enjoyed reading and learning about the hunts I thought that this was a very ...

  6. Deborah Bogen says:

    I liked this despite its audacityWe re severely limited in knowing what went on in the mind of most players in the Tudor dramas but access to the extant correspondence might help In any case Vasoli can make an argument from her reading of the letters that she has some special insight I agree that the idyllic relationships between Anne and her parents appear unlikely at besteven H and A should have hadrough times than indicated here but the politics seem well represented What comes n I liked this despite its audacityWe re severely limited in knowing what went on in the mind of most players in the Tudor dramas but access to the extant correspondence might help In any case Vasoli can make an argument from her reading of the letters that she has some special insight I agree that the idyllic relationships between Anne and her parents appear unlikely at b...

  7. Maria says:

    This was Sandra Vasoli s first novel and I must applaude her , for the task she took on was by no means an easy feat The story of Anne Boleyn has been told in every which way possible except from the perspective of Anne Boleyn This is exactly what Sandra Vasoli has done here in this eloquently written, well researched historical book of fiction She will dazzle you with wit and charm and the romantic intricacies and delights shared between Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII It is almost told in This was Sandra Vasoli s first novel and I must applaude her , for the task she took on was by no means an easy feat The story of Anne Boleyn has been told in every which way possible except from the perspective of Anne Boleyn This is exactly what Sandra Vasoli has done here in this eloquently written, well researched historical book of fiction She w...

  8. Sarah Bryson says:

    Sandra Vasoli s fictional novel is an elegantly woven story which explores the life of Anne Boleyn from the moment she first lays eyes upon King Henry VIII to her long awaited marriage to one of England s most notorious monarchs Vasoli writes her story from the perspective of Anne Boleyn and this allows the reader to immerse themselves fully in Anne s world This novelisation is written in such a way that the reader cannot help but feel for Anne, to experience her joys, her triumphs as well as Sandra Vasoli s fictional novel is an elegantly woven story which explores the life of Anne Boleyn from the moment she first lays eyes upon King Henry VIII to her long awaited marriage to one of England s most notorious monarchs Vasoli writes her story from the perspective of Anne Boleyn and this allows the reader to immerse themselves fully in Anne s world This novelisation is written in such a way that the reader cannot help but feel for Anne, to experience her joys, her triumphs as well as struggle with her frustrations and sadness as she moves through various events in her life leading up to her marriage to Henry VIII This story steers away from other fictional novels which depict Anne Boleyn as a woman after the English throne that just also happens to fall in love with Henry along the way Vasoli s story is a love story from the very moment th...

  9. Deborah says:

    I tried and tried to get into this book I really love Anne Boleyn but this one just wasn t for me.

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