Daisy's Book Updated

Daisy's Book Updated

By Anon
Daisy grew up on the wild side, no parents to protect her she had to make her own way in the world. That is until she discovered God.
  • Simon & Schuster UK | 
  • 400 pages | 
  • ISBN 9781847379405 | 
  • June 2014
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Reading Group Guide

This reading group guide for The Red Queen includes an introduction, discussion questions, ideas for enhancing your book club, and a Q&A with author Philippa Gregory. The suggested questions are intended to help your reading group find new and interesting angles and topics for your discussion. We hope that these ideas will enrich your conversation and increase your enjoyment of the book. 

 

Introduction

Heiress to the red rose of Lancaster, Margaret Beaufort never surrenders her belief that her house is the ruler of England and she has a great destiny before her.  Married to a man twice her age, quickly widowed, and a mother at fourteen, Margaret is determined to turn her lonely life into a triumph.  She sets her heart on putting her son of the throne of England regardless of the cost.  As the political tides constantly shift, Margaret charts her way through two more loveless marriages, treacherous alliances, and secret plots.  She masterminds one of the greatest rebellions of all time, knowing that her son has grown to manhood, recruited an army, and now waits for his opportunity to win the greatest prize.

 

Discussion Questions

1. In the beginning of The Red Queen, young Margaret Beaufort is an extremely pious young girl, happy to have “saints’ knees” when she kneels too long at her prayers. Discuss the role of rel see more

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'David' is the pseudonym of a man resident in the UK who will reveal his identity on publication.

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