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Enjoyed it as a normal run of the mill historical who done it. Bit like an Elizabethan Morse! Characters a bit shallow & stereotypical but an enjoyable yarn. Nowhere near the brilliance of CJ Sansom's Shardlake series but entertaining none the less.
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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?
Possibly. If you haven't read other books set in this period I'm sure you will love it but in my opinion I've read better.
I have loved other books set in the Tudor period (e.g. The Shardlake series) but this book for me was weak compared to others.
What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?
I think I missed the point of why the main character is who he is. If that makes sense.
The 'point' as to why this person must narrate the story and be a part of this world didn't seem legitimate. Although he was interesting in ways, the reason why he was part of the story wasn't apparent enough for me. Other than him being a heratic, and many people in the in the story were, he seemed just be a foreigner.
Have you listened to any of Laurence Kennedy’s other performances? How does this one compare?
I haven't, but I certainly would as he was a good performer. Especially considering the majority of the book has to be spoken in a Spanish accent which could, but doesn't, get irritating.
Do you think Heresy needs a follow-up book? Why or why not?
It certain could but when the book ended I didn't really care about the characters enough to want to know more about them.
Any additional comments?
This could be a fantastic book if you have not read any others in this genre or time period. I have and found others to be stronger and more compelling stories.
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