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Bring up the Bodies is written in vivid detail from Thomas Cromwell's Machiavellian perspective, as with his legion of spies, he infiltrates the board rooms and bedrooms of those at the very epicentre of Tudor supremacy. Divided into two distinct parts, the story progresses from September 1535, through to summer 1536, and grows increasingly darker and more sinister as the story progresses. Even though Anne Boleyn's eventual demise is widely known, it is Mantel's unique angle on the construction of the case that creates such a vivid rendition of this story.
In many respects Bring up the Bodies is much lighter editorially than Wolf Hall, and yet the writing is just as demanding. However, occasionally, Mantel goes off tangent, only to pull you back with an amazing turn of phrase, or a sequence of events. I found myself going back and forth to re -read parts of the narrative, quite simply because her phrasing is so good, and also because I wanted to pick up on some hidden nuance that had previously gone unnoticed. Mantel has the uncanny ability to convey power, deception and intrigue in equal measure; her skill with words and her manipulation of the narrative is inspiring, and yet with quiet dignity, and meticulous research, she blends fact with fiction, and encourages the reader to watch as the accusations into Anne's alleged adultery descend into tragedy.
Hilary Mantel has undoubtedly created a worthy sequel in Bring up the Bodies. The portrayal of Thomas Cromwell as a charismatic and brilliant Tudor celebrity works incredibly well, and as always the Tudor court is displayed as a scheming hotchpotch of rivalry, intrigue and sexual mischief.
I am now on countdown to the last book in the trilogy !
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I am a big reader, and this is the first book, series actually, that I have read multiple times. I wouldn't consider E.L. James to be the best writer in the world (repiticious sentences and at times and too many "Oh baby's" for my taste), but it definitely gets the job done and is worth your time FOR SURE. Paints a very engrossing, romantic picture.