I, Elizabeth by Rosalind Miles


Miles takes a new look at Elizabeth I’s life by telling of her impressive 45-year reign in her own words. I loved the tone of this book. The Virgin Queen sounds haughty, witty, vain, analytical, intelligent, and very self-aware. I disliked how the book focuses disproportionately on her love affairs over politics. However, I assume that where those two intersect is where there’s more information around this famous, long-ago queen.

Gwenamon says: A must for historical and Tudor fans


About gwenamon

bookworm, confidante, creative director, cyclist, global wanderer, music lover, shutterbug, shoe shopper, snowboarder, writer, yoga geek. i'm also a very proud mama of a lil mister named james.
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