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~READ EBOOK ⚖ Bartholomew Fair ☨ On an August day insix people, including Queen Elizabeth, a wealthy cloth merchant, a scullery maid, two schoolboys, and an overworked apprentice, attend London s Bartholomew s Fair and come away with unforgettable experiences This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here gr 5 8 152 pgs1597, London, England Follows six characters from all walks of life from Queen Elizabeth to an orphan apprentice as they make their way to the fair and what they see while they are there.The description gave the impression that one of the characters was not going to survive to the end of the book, but it turned out that all but one get home didn t actually mean that anyone died.I found the book a bit slow, but felt it gave a good idea of what life was like for people at a vari gr 5 8 152 pgs1597, London, England Follows six characters from all walks of life from Queen Elizabeth to an orphan apprentice as they make their way to the fair and what they see while they are there.The description gave the impression that one of the characters was not going to survive to the end of the book, but it turned out that all but one get home didn t actually mean that anyone died.I found the book a bit slow, but felt it gave a good idea of what life was like for people at a variety of levels of society at the time and some of their attitudes I think this book would appeal to readers who enjoyed Schlitz s Good Masters Sweet Ladies Voices from a Medieval Village An interesting little read about fairs in the Elizabethan era Has a few surprising twists, and gives, I think, a fairly accurate portrayal of the times It wasn t a fantastic book, but not horrible either I think how much you like it would depend upon how much you like reading stories about the era that are relatively simplistic. Currently re reading three childhood faves, all of them realistic historicals set in the middle ages After reading The Door in the Wall fir the first time at age 8, I spent a week thereafter pretending I lived in 12th C England.