I can't believe I actually finished reading The Other Boleyn Girl. I thought the story would be long and winding but once I started on the 1st page, I just wanted to keep on reading until the last page! Never thought I'd enjoy reading stories about the Tudor courts although I didn't quite get the organisation. It was a really interesting read! At the same time, I felt for Mary Boleyn (acted by Scarlett Johansson) - the love-hate relationship between her and her sister (and family). The story is told from Mary's perspective. While reading the book, a thought constantly crossed my mind: Thank God I wasn't born in that era! I wouldn't say much to spoil it for those who haven't read the book/watched the movie. Go check it out yourself! ;)
p/s: I just cross my fingers that the movie would be as good as the book as the book is really thick (at least for me) and the story is stretched across a period of more than 10 years.