Book Review: Sisters of Treason By Elizabeth Fremantle

About the book:

In a court ruled by a paranoid Queen, possessing royal blood can be the gravest crime of all…

Fearing traitors amongst her court, the aging Queen Mary orders the execution of her cousin, Lady Jane Grey. Cursed with royal blood her young sisters Katherine and Mary must now face the Tudor court alone.

Katherine, a beauty amongst the queen’s maids, makes dangerous romantic liaisons. While fiercely clever Mary reluctantly becomes the Queen’s confidante.

And so Katherine and Mary find themselves in a maze of treachery, suspicion and danger – where royal blood could be their death warrant. . 

My thoughts:


Everyone knows the story of the Tudors but nobody knows what happens to the traitors. This book I felt was different from any other book about the Tudors. I was always wonder what happen to the rest of the greys and now I know.

They lived a horrible life under queen Elizabeth rule. Never to find love or happiness. I found myself cheering on the girls to have a life they deserved.

I gave this book 3 stars out of 5 stars.

(Disclaimer: Unless otherwise stated, all items in my blog posts have been purchased by me for my own personal use and not sent to me by companies for reviews.)



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