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Download Epub ✓ The Three Crowns ï 363 pages á Jean plaidy ☆ [Read] ➪ The Three Crowns Author Jean Plaidy – Danpashley.co.uk Born leader and brilliant soldier William of Orange thought the English court a hotbed of vice and conspiracy Charles II with his mistresses the Dukes of MonmoMarry the fifteen year old Mary bring her back to Holland and teach her who was masterAll England rejoiced Only Mary wept She knew married people were rarely hap Very sad story of Mary and Anne

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H and York ambitious for the throneWilliam wanted no reluctant bride but the three crowns of England Scotland and Ireland were worth a little sacrifice He would Preuel to the reign of William and MaryA bit disappointing that most of the book dealt with the early years of William and Mary and nothing of their years as King and ueen of England

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The Three CrownsBorn leader and brilliant soldier William of Orange thought the English court a hotbed of vice and conspiracy Charles II with his mistresses the Dukes of Monmout The Story Follows the life of Mary II of William and Mary fame from early childhood to the time she overthrows her father and becomes ueen of England The Good Plaidy shows her usual keen psychological insight in giving us her Mary This is not an easy thing considering that Mary is not the easiest historical figure to get a grip on As an adolescent she was not noted either for keen intellect or precocious political acumen or for anything that portended the pivotal role she would one day play in British politics She cried easily was prone to crushes on other girls and to self dramatization Her marriage to William was not a love match so her eagerness to please him later on is also hard to explain And she seems to have had very little interest in politics but slightly in religionPlaidy has come closer than most in shaping a series of inexplicable actions into a three dimensional individual The Bad This is definitely not one of Plaidy's best works There are freuent repetitions scenes which do not ring true and parts that are either perfunctory or didactic Unusually for a Plaidy book I found it heavy going at times and all too easy to put down Historical Accuracy Excellent as usual