Review by: Mandy Apgar
A chronicle of the various (surprise!) Princes of Wales from their inception to today's Charles. Whereas not too many might be familiar with say the Tudor predecessors every person gets their own chapter/ segment and for being not too big of a book it was quite comprehensive and even minded. Didn't distort the history or go off in terms of politics like I think so many books like this do. No spending ages on the abdication of Edward or if Richard really did authorize the death of the "Princes in the Tower," although things such as that are certainly covered each event was given due attention.