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Brandon - Tudor Knight

Narrated by: Dave Price
Length: 10 hrs and 23 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
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From the author of the international best-selling Tudor trilogy:

Handsome, charismatic, and a champion jouster, Sir Charles Brandon is the epitome of a Tudor knight. A favorite of King Henry VIII, Brandon has a secret. He has fallen in love with Henry’s sister, Mary Tudor, the beautiful, widowed Queen of France, and risks everything to marry her without the King’s consent.

Brandon becomes Duke of Suffolk, but his loyalty is tested fighting Henry’s wars in France. Mary’s public support for Queen Catherine of Aragon brings Brandon into dangerous conflict with the ambitious Boleyn family and the king’s new right-hand man, Thomas Cromwell.

Torn between duty to his family and loyalty to the king, Brandon faces an impossible decision: Can he accept Anne Boleyn as his new queen?

©2018 Anthony Riches (P)2019 Anthony Riches

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  • 14-09-19

Brandon - the odd piece of the Tudor Puzzle

Wonderful book. Did not know much about the 1st Duke of Suffolk except for what was portrayed in the Tudors (Showtime Series).

I like the author’s portrayal of how Sir Charles always felt guilty over not being able to put his family first until much later in his life. He was a kind man, torn between his love for his King and his own life’s priorities.

Unfortunately i felt the story ended prematurely. But a wonderful book nonetheless.