The Man on a Donkey: Part 2: A Chronicle (Loyola Classics) by H. F. M. Prescott

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The Man on a Donkey: Part 2: A Chronicle (Loyola Classics)

“The almost perfect historical novel.”
The New York Times
The Man on a Donkey is an enthralling, panoramic historical novel that brings to life one of the most tumultuous times in British history—the reign of King Henry VIII.
 In Part 1, readers are introduced to the world of the Tudors through the lives of five individuals. In Part 2—as King Henry VIII continues his arrogant rule, Thomas Cromwell closes the monasteries, and rebellion breaks out in the North of England—readers discover the destiny of these five people and, through their stories, learn that God’s love is felt only by those whose hearts are open to mystery and grace.
“The almost perfect historical novel.”
The New York Times
The Man on a Donkey is an enthralling, panoramic historical novel that brings to life one of the most tumultuous times in British history—the reign of King Henry VIII.
 In Part 1, readers are introduced to the world of the Tudors through the lives of five individuals. In Part 2—as King Henry VIII continues his arrogant rule, Thomas Cromwell closes the monasteries, and rebellion breaks out in the North of England—readers discover the destiny of these five people and, through their stories, learn that God’s love is felt only by those whose hearts are open to mystery and grace.
Publisher: Loyola Classics ISBN: 9780829431643 Pages: