Bring Up the Bodies: The Conclusion to PBS Masterpiece's Wolf Hall
Author: Hilary Mantel
Winners of the Man Booker Prize and hugely successful stage plays in London's West End and on Broadway, Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies bring history to life for a whole new audience having now been adapted into a six-part television series by the BBC and PBS Masterpiece.
"One of the greatest achievements of modern literature."—Man Booker Prize Committee
Bring Up the Bodies unlocks the darkly glittering court of Henry VIII, where Thomas Cromwell is now chief minister. Henry is disenchanted with Anne Boleyn and has fixed his eye on the demure Jane Seymour. Anne has failed to give England an heir and rumors of her infidelity creep through the court. Over a few terrifying weeks, to dislodge her from her throne, Cromwell ensnares Anne in a web of conspiracy—acting to save his life, serve his king and secure his position. But from the bloody theater of the queen's final days, no one will emerge unscathed.