"This is a strong historical, showing another side of the tempestuous Tudor times. Boleyn and Henry VIII, often the focus of these stories, are sideline figures, and the common folk who truly suffered under the intolerance of the regime take center stage while the saintly More is given shockingly brutal treatment. Tudor fans will be pleased and excited by this fresh approach."
"Vantrease focuses her fascinating novel on commoners who suffered as their country went from Catholic to Protestant in the blink of an eye. This fresh approach to the era and intriguing characters will entrance Tudor fans."
--RT Book Reviews