Monday, November 4, 2019

Book Tour for The Most Happy. Plus My Review

The Most Happy by Holly-Eloise Walters

A wonderful window into the mind of the iconic Anne Boleyn. Step into her world as she retells her story. We know what history has told us. But we are yet to know the woman behind the legend. Take a peek inside and see what she has to say about her life and legacy. "Many have tried to tell my story ... but none have told the truth. I will have my say."
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Ever since I can remember I have loved history. In high school i feel in love with the tudors and king Henry VIII. I saw this book and was very excited to read it. I think Anne Boleyn is an amazin amazing historical figure. She is one of my favorites.
So its starts with a prologue with Anne in the dungeon a few days before her execution. She is talking about how she is feeling and what it is like in those moments before being put to death. I was so excited to read about this part. The problem was that it went on for way to long. By the 8th page I had lost interest. Then I got the the first chapter and realized it was sort of like a diary. After getting through the first few chapters, I couldn't figure out what it was. Its Anne writing about her life before she dies, but feels also like a diary with different entries about her life.
I liked reading the story. It felt like taking a trip back in time and seeing her life in a whole new way. Reading about her relationship with her family and her parents, was fun and sad. I just felt that the story needed to be trimmed up in places and needed to find its identity. 

   About Holly-Eloise Walters
Holly-Eloise is from Bristol, England. Her lifelong passion of all things history, especially Tudor history, has imbued her with a feeling of connection to Anne Boleyn, the Queen of Henry VIII and mother of Queen Elizabeth I. Holly-Eloise feels a kinship with the strength and sense of self that Anne displayed. Holly-Eloise comes from a large family (she is the eldest of seven!) and family is most important to her. Her family includes many friends, both in England and online. Holly cites her nan as her biggest influence as she urged Holly to read anything and everything, and in doing so, Holly found her passion for writing. “I am extremely passionate about writing and have found that it is something that has been given to me to put my stamp on the world. I love that I can talk through my writing.” Holly-Eloise’s debut novel, The Most Happy, presents a new and fresh look at the life of Anne Boleyn. Her novel was published on October 5, 2019 to amazing reviews! Facebook / Website Follow the Book Tour

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