Tudor Rebellions by Anthony Fletcher

Tudor Rebellions by Anthony Fletcher, a book in the Seminar Studies In History collection. It is a book for historians, heavy in facts, and thus, quite dry. Definitely not the kind of book you’d see on the bedside table.

Tudor Rebellions by Anthony Fletcher

I wished the book covered the Tyrone rebellion in Ulster, in late 16th century, and not focus only on the English rebellions. Besides this, the book is really good, well written, with plenty of details. This was the first book in the collection that I read.  By the time I’ve made this review, I already read another one. I will continue to read more because they are so well structured and detailed, despite their very short length. This one has only 170 pages, and documents are included in these pages, at the end. I would highly recommend it to anybody studying Tudor history.

Tudor Rebellions by Anthony Fletcher

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My rating: 5/5 Stars
Would I recommend it: Yes, but only to people who study the period
Published by: Pearson Education Limited
Year it was published: 1997 (first edition was published in 1968)
Format: Paperback
Genre(s): History
Pages: 170

About the author: Anthony Fletcher is a historian of the early modern period. He is a former professor at the Universities of Sheffield, Durham, Essex, and London.
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