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If you haven't read Wolf Hall: A Novel, you need to stop right here and read it. Of course you could read Bring Up the Bodies: A Novel (John Macrae Book) without doing so - the background isn't critical - but that wouldn't be a good life choice. The next question is, is _Bring Up the Bodies_ as good? No and yes - even if of the same quality (which it is), it can't produce the same astonishment at Hilary Mantel's craft if you've already been exposed. But the additional complexity explored in _Bring Up the Bodies_, as Cromwell moves towards anti-hero and King Henry is fleshed out (figuratively and literally), add additional dimensions to the second book. I was fortunate to have read James Wood's piece on _Bring Up the Bodies_ (The New Yorker, 5 May 2012) prior to reading the book, and his final paragraph comparing Cromwell to 1984's O'Brien resonates. The second book ends with Cromwell far less likable than he was at the end of the first, but this is all for the best. Throughout the dialogue is spellbinding and unerringly true to the characters. Highest recommendation.