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Was Queen Elizabeth a Man? - The Bisley Boy Story (English Edition) von [Skye, Sarah, Stoker, Bram]

Was Queen Elizabeth a Man? - The Bisley Boy Story (English Edition) Kindle Edition

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Was Queen Elizabeth I a man? Discover the rumors that circulated for centuries, and what's behind them.

Explore updated information based on Bram Stoker's "Bisley Boy" research.

Did a boy really replace the young Queen Elizabeth when she died at age 10, and later rule England using her name?

Is that why "Elizabeth" transformed from a dull student to someone fluent in three languages, overnight? Does this explain why Queen Elizabeth I never married?

Who could have looked and sounded so much like Elizabeth, he even fooled her father? And why did the boy deserve the throne, even more than the real Elizabeth?

Sarah Skye has expanded Bram Stoker's research and added historical details to present the Bisley Boy as Elizabeth's likely impostor.

Ms. Skye shares her candid opinions, as well as other historian's views on this controversial topic.

Finally, this book includes Stoker's original, 19th-century story, lightly edited for easier reading.

To uncover the truth about Queen Elizabeth I, start with this book.


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 967 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 98 Seiten
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  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00DHWU9R2
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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HASH(0x970ceef4) von 5 Sternen Good Background 22. Juni 2013
Von David S. Locicero - Veröffentlicht auf
When the stories about the new novel that speculates that Queen Elizabeth I was actually man broke, I was interested to get more background. Sarah Skye's new book provides much of that background. She focuses on the Bisley Boy story related by Brahm Stoker (of Dracula fame) in a book he wrote about famous impostors. She does a valiant job of clarifying what seems at first blush a tangle of names and titles. I would have given this book 5 stars if she had included a diagram of the cast of characters. That being said, the idea, which seems preposterous on the face of it, comes to have some merit in my mind. I look forward to her second book which she says will build on this one.
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HASH(0x970fe1d4) von 5 Sternen Intriguing - I'm Hooked 24. Juni 2013
Von Love Writing - Veröffentlicht auf
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My family originates from England and I'm not sure how I missed all the intrigue around Queen Elizabeth. If you follow history or this particular controversy, Sarah Skye does a GREAT job recapping Stoker's original story and updating what is known at this point. Personally, I prefer not to get bogged down in useless detail - give me the high level points. Sarah does this in style, and pulled me in! I'm hooked and look forward to additional summaries of the research she uncovers. Well written!
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HASH(0x97a27288) von 5 Sternen Between the pages..... 20. September 2013
Von J. Zacharias - Veröffentlicht auf
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I'm really torn between rubbish and it could have happened. If feel the author is a little bit like a is....well it could be.....ok I'm not sure.....what the hell I don't know. This book is a fun and lots of space for ones imagination to run wild.

Great book for a day at the park.....
HASH(0x994b5318) von 5 Sternen good Background 19. November 2013
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I read this book after reading the Berry novel, a novel which stoked my interest in finding out more about something which seemed so incredible! This book more than addressed my curiosity and illustrated to me how a skilled novelist like Berry could take a long forgotten essay written a hundred years ago and use it as the basis of any otherwise contemporary pice of fiction! As for the question of Elizabeth's true gender, I would file the Stoker essay and the questions it raises in the same category all the "grassy knoll" books suggesting all sorts of conspiracy theories to explain the JFK assassination - most people are 98% convinced that such theories are false, but the remaining 2% uncertancy is enough to make for an entertaining read!
HASH(0x994b54f8) von 5 Sternen Fabulous. It's time for the truth to finally be ... 10. August 2015
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Fabulous. It's time for the truth to finally be revealed. This book proves to me that corruption is not a new phenomenon for governments. It is astounding how a thirteen year old boy could stand in for Henry the 8th's granddaughter to become Queen Elizabeth the First. This makes all that stuff about all the suitors that came to England, such as the Duke of Anjou, and the attempts to marry her off were part of the royal ruse. Not to mention all the royal intrigue involving court romances were part of the subterfuge. Fascinating!!! Maybe one day in the next century, the tomb at Westminster will be examined to bring out the truth.....If the English would get off their thrones long enough to pursue it.
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