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Royal Survivor When Charles I Was Beheaded, Charles II Escaped To Europe Where He Lived A Life Of Incredible Poverty, Bedded A Wide Variety Of Women And Sparred With His Mother Before He Returned To England To Restore The Monarchy.This Is A Brilliant Biography Of Charles II, One Of England S Most Glamorous Kings Coote Introduces The Reader To The Drama And Danger Of An England Torn By Civil War, Ruled Over By A Villainous Cromwell And Populated With The Lustful, Rapacious And Streetwise Women Charles Bedded On The Road To His Restored Throne Lady Castlemaine Lady Porstmouth, Nell Gwyn And Hortense Mancini, Among Others.

  • Hardcover
  • 396 pages
  • Royal Survivor
  • Stephen Coote
  • English
  • 17 August 2018
  • 031222687X

About the Author: Stephen Coote

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10 thoughts on “Royal Survivor

  1. says:

    To say that Charles II led a difficult and over the top soap opera of a life would be putting it lightly Forced into exile away from his overbearing mother and wishy washy father Charles was inclined to grow up rather quickly Yet, he knew that the throne was deservedly his and the journey to the top of the kingdom would forever...

  2. says:

    I usually categorize my history books as heavy history and light history The former being books that provide in depth detail, such as Rise and Fall of the Third Reich and the latter being a book that provides an overview of the subject and moves along quickly This book is light history , as it tells the story of Charles II who was rushed into exile by his mother when his father, Charles I was executed and Cromwell took over the rule of the British isles Determined from childhood to retur I usually categorize my history books as heavy history and light history The former being books that provide in depth detail, such as Rise and Fall of the Third Reich and the latter being a book that provides an overview of the...

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    Royal Survivor is great book written about an interesting person with a fascinating life Born to the ultimate form of privilege Charles was the eldest son of the King As and heir to the throne of the King of England, Charles spent his boyhood as the Prince of Wales leading a life a wealth and luxury However as he grew to greater awareness, he observed the country go through the greatest upheaval in its history The English Civil War was turning the world on its head His father, King Charles Royal Survivor is great book written about an interest...

  5. says:

    Stephen Coote s biography on Charles II is an enjoyable story of a man who the author has titled Royal Survivor This book, which is just under 400 pages hardback format , takes the reader on a trip with Charles II, through his trials and tribulations, his victories and his defeats We follow Charles II from boyhood, the death of his father and his attempt to re claim the throne which met its end at the Battle of Worcester Then the author takes us along with Charles II as he makes an excitin Stephen Coote s biography on Charles II is an enjoyable story of a man who the author has titled Royal Su...

  6. says:

    This is my all time favorite telling of the story of the life of King Charles II, who is my all time favorite British monarch His story is one of those proofs that real life is waycomplicated far fetched than anything an author of fiction could ever come up with Coote tells the story in a narrative style that makes it easily accessible reading, even to someone who s not as much of a history nerd as I am He captures the most famous passage of Charles life, his escape from England This is my all time favorite telling of the story of the life of King Charles II, who is my all time favorite British monarch His story is one of those proofs that real life is waycomplicated far fetched than anything an ...

  7. says:

    This is a clearly written and engaging biography As a vantage point from which to see seventeenth century English history it is obviously excellent, though one will learn nothing about Newton or the Royal Society from this book For myself, I wished that I had a better knowledge of other perspectives to fill out what I was reading Specifically, the fact that so much of Charles maneuvering involved Louis XIV, it would be helpful to knowabout French history of the period Clearly this was This is a clearly written and engaging biography As a vantage point from which to see seventeenth century English history it is obvi...

  8. says:

    I don t know how I keep getting sucked into biographies about British Royalty They tend to be poorly written and of limited interest However, I flipped through this one and it looked pretty decent It s a quick summary of the life of Charles II of England It covers his life and times, including the exile years, from birth until he returns to recover his throne Unlike many British bio s, you don t need to be an expert in every arcane bit of titles and rankings or already know about every ob I don t kn...

  9. says:

    Interesting read Charles mistresses added a spicy touch.

  10. says:

    A readable and digestible biography of Charles but one which draws heavily on previous works.

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