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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: A Glorious Reign Begins
Chapter 2: Family Relations
2.1 Elizabeth, Grand Duchess of Tuscany
Chapter 3: Religious Proclamation
3.1 Aftermath
Chapter 4: Exploration
4.1 The East
Chapter 5: A Struggle for Power
5.1 A Breakdown of Diplomacy
Chapter 6: A War on Both Ends
6.1 Rules of Engagement
6.2 Book Burnings by Candlelight
7.1 The Grey Wedding
7.2 Discussions Towards War
Chapter 8: A War Begins
8.1 Italian War of 1551
8.3 Invasion
Chapter 9: These Bloody Days
9.1 A New Lord Chancellor
9.2 The One True God
9.3 David & Goliath
9.4 A Stone is Thrown
Chapter 10: Darkness
10.1 The King Breaks
10.2 An Unlikely Friend
Chapter 12: Our Northern Neighbors
12.1 Mary, Queen of Scots
12.2 Mary, Queen Consort of England
Chapter 14: A Sickness Among Men
14.1 Patient X
14.2 The First Casualties Arrive
14.3 The Most Destructive
Chapter 15: The Heir
15.1 Prince James Marriage
Chapter 16: Henricus
16.1 Arrival
16.2 “A King Has Fallen”
16.3 Colonization
Chapter 17: The Greatest Playwright
Chapter 18: Transfer of Power
Epilogue
References
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Had the Queen Lived: King Henry IX

Had the Queen Lived: King Henry IX

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The year is 1551. King Henry VIII of England has died, passing the crown to his son King Henry IX. The only son of Queen Anne Boleyn, he is determined to be a compassionate ruler, setting himself apart from his volatile father. He lifts restrictions his father imposed on religious practices and speech, and starts on a pathway that would earn the admiration of his people. Then, after facing a series of difficult tragedies, the King breaks down, becoming a ruthless, manic, bloodthirsty dictator. Betrayal, death, war and a massacre by a deranged former priest darken Henry's reign. Nevertheless, hope remains that he might change his legacy, because of advancements in exploration, the sciences, education, and even the establishment of a colony in the New World. Does Henry eventually recover and finally become the King he wishes to be? Discover the answer in this recounting of the remarkable--fictitious--reign of King Henry IX of England.
The year is 1551. King Henry VIII of England has died, passing the crown to his son King Henry IX. The only son of Queen Anne Boleyn, he is determined to be a compassionate ruler, setting himself apart from his volatile father. He lifts restrictions his father imposed on religious practices and speech, and starts on a pathway that would earn the admiration of his people. Then, after facing a series of difficult tragedies, the King breaks down, becoming a ruthless, manic, bloodthirsty dictator. Betrayal, death, war and a massacre by a deranged former priest darken Henry's reign. Nevertheless, hope remains that he might change his legacy, because of advancements in exploration, the sciences, education, and even the establishment of a colony in the New World. Does Henry eventually recover and finally become the King he wishes to be? Discover the answer in this recounting of the remarkable--fictitious--reign of King Henry IX of England.

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