Her most intriguing and ambitious novel ... an exciting and suspenseful story Liverpool Post Perhaps the greatest gifts Anya Seton brings to her historical novels are the zest of her narrative, the life she breathes into the most insignificant characters and the atmosphere of the era she evokes around them. Books and Bookmen To read Seton is to enter into another time with such conviction that it seems as real as the present Philippa Gregory Seductive, atmospheric, intriguing, GREEN DARKNESS is one of those classic novels you come back to time and again. Kate Mosse 'Wonderful historical novels' Alison WeirFrom the Publisher:
1552. Fifteen years after Henry VIII's brutal reformation of the monasteries, Catholics in England still live in fear. When thirteen-year-old Celia da Bohun first meets Stephen Marsdon, a young Catholic priest, protestant Edward VI has been on the throne for five years. Reluctantly, Stephen agrees to be her teacher but as Celia grows older, her girlish adoration of him and his affection for her deepens into a passionate love that will not be extinguished - even by her violent death. 400 years later, history seems poised to repeat itself. Not long after the marriage of Richard Marsdon and his American wife Celia, something seems to go terribly wrong between them. It is only when Celia is forced to look deep in to the past that she has a chance to prevent another tragedy ...
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Descripción Hodder Paperback, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería 0340921099
Descripción Hodder Paperback, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 576 pages. 7.76x4.96x1.42 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk0340921099