Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, Volume II

Le Temps Viendra A Novel of Anne Boleyn Volume II Anne is a young twenty first century woman in the midst of a life long love affair with the th century and the enigmatic Anne Boleyn From the zenith of Anne Boleyn s power and influence the modern

  • Title: Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, Volume II
  • Author: SarahMorris
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  • Page: 420
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  • Anne is a young twenty first century woman in the midst of a life long love affair with the 16th century and the enigmatic Anne Boleyn.From the zenith of Anne Boleyn s power and influence, the modern day Anne experiences, with poignant intimacy, the exhilarating days of Anne Boleyn s marriage to Henry VIII.

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    1. Having last year read and enjoyed Volume I of Le Temps Viendra, I have been eagerly awaiting the release of Volume II. Although author Sarah Morris' passion for and knowledge of Anne Boleyn and Tudor history continues to shine in this second novel, I found this a less enjoyable read than its predecessor for several reasons. 1. Morris' immense knowledge of the Tudor period is remarkable, and at times really enhanced the story and added an additional level of realism and attachment for me as a rea [...]

    2. Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn Volume I was published back in August 2012, which seems a long time ago now, so I was relieved when Volume II was released in December 2013. Obviously we all know how Anne Boleyn's story ends, so readers weren't left completely hanging, but Le Temps Viendra had two main characters - the modern day Anne, who was having a relationship with a married man, and the sixteenth century Anne Boleyn, who was having a relationship with the married Henry VIII - and I [...]

    3. Last year, Volume I of Le Temps Viendra: A Novel of Anne Boleyn was released by Spartan Publishing. I had followed Sarah Morris’ facebook page for her novel since pretty much the very beginning, intrigued by her idea of having a modern-day woman transported to the sixteenth century and into the body of her heroine, Anne Boleyn; the unfortunate second wife of Henry VIII of England. I attended Sarah Morris’ book launch in London, then hungrily read Volume I of the novel in January 2013. It end [...]

    4. This has now become one of my favourite books! This book with its historical facts along with the story telling is truly magnificent - with its attention to detail you sometimes feel as though you are there standing beside Anne. Many congratulations Sarah.

    5. I will say once more, I am never a fan of historical fiction that includes time travel – I often find them a little tedious, presumptuous and “fangirl” romance.was concerned when I picked up the first instalment of this story – and yet I was blown away. I had no doubt at all that the author would continue the same strong, informed and sensual writing that she captured me with in “Le Temps Viendra Part 1” and she did not disappoint. (view spoiler)[ The plot was well thought out, stron [...]

    6. First off, I am a Tudor history fanatic, especially with regards to Anne Boleyn, and I was intrigued by the premise of the book-- a regular 21st century woman with a lifelong obsession with Anne Boleyn finding herself slipping 500 years into the past right into Anne Boleyn's body. I thought we would get to see how Anne would react to having someone in her body who already knows every detail of her fate, how she would adjust to having another person in her body, but the books turned out to be a m [...]

    7. I loved this novel (and its predecessor, Vol I) and recommend it to any reader looking to immerse themselves in Tudor England. The novel is written in such a way that the reader really has the chance to live as Anne Boleyn- through a clever bit of time travel, the author combines our modern sensibilities with the notions of the 16th century. The novel flows effortlessly through the lives of both the modern and the historical Annes- and both are equally engaging. The obvious research and attentio [...]

    8. I really really enjoyed this book. Granted parts of it were perhaps overlong and the odd part may have dragged a little but the sheer amount of research and love that has gone into this book is so evident.This novel deals with the latter part of Anne's reign and her untimely death. The novel is well researched and generally well written - although there are the odd grammar errors where a word is missed. It doesn't detract from the general feel of the novel however.The only thing that bothered me [...]

    9. Just finished reading the most amazing story ever written about Anne Boleyn beside Eric Ives OMG sarah morris made this book so special I will never forget the journey this book has giving me ,I really felt like stepping into Anne's shoes this book to mybreath away a book every Anne Boleyn fan should read, I cried when the book ended cuz this was such amazing journey incredible masterpiece wonderful amazing beautiful I'm speechless of words U have to read this book U will never forget the journe [...]

    10. I absolutely loved this second volume and read the last 100 pages very slowly so as to not rush Anne to her ultimate fate. The time slip element worked well and the attention to detail including setting and language magnificent. The book is very well presented- just a couple of lapses where I lost sense of the chronology. A modern telling of an old story about narcissism, fear, arrogance, pride and everything in between. You just couldn't make it up.

    11. So much editing was needed with this one. I love/hate Anne's story, I always get so sad when she dies in the endspoiler alert. This version was super tedious to read and I feel a lot of what was written, was unnecessary, I honestly do not care about the exact measurements of a room and you don't need to tell me the back story of a person, every time they come into contact with Anne. Just a thought. Poor Anne. :(

    12. I was so excited when I heard this was coming out having read the first novel and anxiously awaited its publication. It did not disappoint! I appreciated Sarah's writing and her ability to take me into the tuder era and involve me in both the past and present characters lives. I knew how it had to end but didn't want it to,hoping a twist of some sort may have been added but alas I highly recommend both novels wether you are a Tudor fan or not

    13. Even better than the first, as Anne's life and the life of the main character both reach a climaxe pages turn themselves, as the author gives you a heightened awareness of Anne as a queen, a mother, a wife and a person. When I finished the last page I was left with a deep feeling of "wow," and this book will definitely stay with you. Again, you will not be disappointed.

    14. I struggled so hard with this book, not because it was hard to read or slow, but because emotionally I just couldn't cope. I knew what was going to happen. The character knew what was going to happen, which made it worse, and then it happened and my heart just stopped. Beautifully written and incredibly emotional.

    15. I have just finished reading LTV II, I am lay here in floods of tears! What an amazing journey I have been on! What a beautifully written book, I felt like I was actually in the book myself! Thank you for such an amazing book! Your passion for Anne Boleyn shone through on every page! Thank you!xxx

    16. I just finished this with tears in my eyes. What a wonderful evocative book! Thank you so much Sarah! These two books are a must for Anne Boleyn and Tudor era fans.

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