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'Picks up the body parts where Wolf Hall left off - literary invention does not fail her: she's as deft and verbally adroit as ever' Margaret Atwood, Guardian ' - a magnificent encore from first page to last' Mail on Sunday 'An outstandingly good read - Fans of Wolf Hall will relish this book, but Bring up the Bodies also stands alone' The Economist 'This is a great novel of dark and dirty passions, public and private. It is also an exploration of what still shocks us - A truly great story, it rolls on.' James Naughtie, FT --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Hilary Mantel was born in Derbyshire. She was educated at a convent and later studied law. After ten years abroad in Africa and the Middle East, she returned to Britain in 1985 to make a career as a writer. She is working on her ninth novel.
Brilliant evocation of the Tudor era with Wolf Hall. The quotations by Cromwell were easier to follow than in Wolf Hall. Read morePublished 15 days ago by nance
Seamlessly continues Mantel's "Wolf Hall," which is a good thing. At the end of the book she indicates that she's looking forward to continuing to tell the story of Thomas... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Pauline Mosher
A worthy sequel to "Wolf Hall", this book continues the saga of Thomas Cromwell, and the twists and turns of court intrigue in Henry Tudor's England.Published 12 months ago by Anne Martin
I really enjoy Mantel's writing, and her research. This one is even better than Wolf Hall.Published 14 months ago by Bettyjane Wylie
It is as dramatic and engaging as any political, horror, detective thriller can be. Much intelligence about the practices, society, and values of the era. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Elizabeth Rowland