A Column of Fire - Part Five (1602-1606): 29 (847-883) Summary & Analysis

Follett, Ken
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Although Ned does not like King James, as he is incredibly intolerant of both Catholics and Puritans whom he calls witches, Ned is still concerned with the King’s safety. He knows if the King is attacked or killed, a civil war will start. Currently, Ned is attending a wedding between Philip Herbert- one of King James’ consorts – and the granddaughter of William Cecil Susan de Vere. As James enters the ceremony, Ned remembers rumors of conspiracies to kill the king and feels more tense about the wedding. He thought he would be retired by the age of sixty-five as England would either have freedom of religion or he would be dead. Instead, he is serving a King willing to persecute those against him while Catholics try to kill him. Margery is at the wedding, but Ned does not feel comfortable...

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