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Henry VIII: Wolfman by A. E. Moorat
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Henry VIII: Wolfman (2010)

by A. E. Moorat

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Have you ever wondered what motivated Henry VIII to dump his first wife in favor of manipulative Anne Boleyn? Why his young, energetic, scholarly, svelte self morphed into an overweigh, morose, and dissatisfied man? Why he turned against both Cardinal Wolsey and Sir Thomas More, his one-time confidants? Easy. He became a wolfman. In this romp of a tale, history of the period blends with a fantastical story of half-wolf, half-man creatures roaming the countryside, banding together and building ranks to overthrow the throne. Toss in a timid witch hunter and his torturous (but upwardly mobile) wife, and this is a tale unlike any other. Recommended. (218) ( )
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For Granny, with apologies for all the rude and horrid bits.
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It was his time of the month, and Henry was getting hungry.
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Henry VIII was the best and bloodiest King ever to have sat on the throne of England. This fast-paced, exciting, gory, inventive and just plain gross retelling of his reign will bring to light the real man behind the myth.

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