April Author Spotlight Terry Tyler. Reblogged from Luccia Gray’s blog Rereading Jane Ayre.
April Author Spotlight 2015
Letter ‘T’ is for Terry Tyler, author of Kings and Queens
Why do I recommend Kings and Queens?
I loved the unique premise of Kings and Queens. It is an original take on the Tudors by transferring them to contemporary England. It was fun working out who the contemporary characters might have been in Tudor England, and watching how the author adapts them and their circumstances to recent times. Terry has chosen a very clever way of exposing her main character, who is denied a point of view in the novel. Various first person narrators, his wives and his best friend, each with their unique voice, tell us all about Henry Lanchester, so that we get to know Henry through the eyes of those closest to him. Another noteworthy aspect is that it brings the reader face to face with the cyclical nature of life, love, and history…
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