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by Rhoda Edwards

  • Author: Rhoda Edwards
  • ISBN: 0099305801
  • ISBN13: 978-0099305804
  • ePub: 1524 kb | FB2: 1706 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Publisher: Arrow Books (1983)
  • Pages: 359
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 339
  • Format: lrf txt lit doc
None but Elizabeth ePub download

First published in 1982 by Hutchinson. Book One. I. II. Book Two. III. IV. Book Three.

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This book is filled with either already well known episodes from Elizabeth's life or pages of verse that appears to be trying to hold it all together. It is less about one of the most fascinating, intelligent, canny women to wear a crown than it is about a general retelling of some events from her life interspersed with a valiant attempt to explain her motivations. What drove Elizabeth I to make the decisions that she made? This book's bottom line would appear to be fear. Fear of the block, fear of Time, fear of Death. Fear and one's past experiences can be a powerful motivator, it's true, but this attempt seems to make the Queen appear hesitant and balky. I suppose it could be one explanation for the choices and decisions Elizabeth made, but for this reader personally it is an unsatisfactory one. Elizabeth's reign is known for it's renaissance of learning, art, conquest and discovery. Would a hesitant, fearful woman have been able to lead her kingdom in such a direction against such firm gender bias at the time? Women were second class. They were not capable of intelligence or wit: something both Elizabeth and her mother had in spades. It is this reviewer's personal opinion that it was not fear that motivated Elizabeth, but rather an incredible drive to prove to herself, her councilors and her people that she was every bit good enough to wear the crown. That she was every bit her father's daughter and by God she could do the job that had almost been denied her by her philandering father's ways. Was her famous temper driven by fear or frustration? Fear? No. The drive to succeed and win the love and respect of her people and to maintain control? Definitely.
I love Tudor history and I’ve read many, many novels about this family and Elizabeth in particular, but this was the worst and I ended up skimming most of it. Not only was it a rehash of material done better by other authors but the author made but she made her whiney brat who was afraid of everything and not the strong, confident woman queen that she grew into.

I would still be slogging my way through this tripe, if I hadn't started skimming huge passages and putting it aside to read other books.

1.5 /5 STARS: **I want to thank the author and/or publisher for providing me with a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review; all opinions are mine.**
None But Elizabeth by Rhoda Edwards is a free NetGalley ebook that I read during a semi-early morning in mid-March.

Originally written in 1982, this historic fiction's formula (based on real people and events, if we're going to be technical about it) of 75% description to 25% dialogue doesn't feel its age. Chapters are written in a Steve Jobs' film style - split into a span of years, each containing a pivotal/decision-making moment in Elizabeth's life - and, insomuch, 'time' passes fairly quickly.
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