Long before I saw The Tudors I loved Elizabeth I and Anne Boleyn. I would childishly stomp my feet at the back covers of Philippa Gregory's novels because I was looking for good, realistic, Tudor fiction.
Susan Bordo did a marvelous job portraying Anne as accurately as she could, acknowledging the lack of impartial historical documents (of course no such thing exists, much less for such a decisive lady). She was fair to other accounts of Anne, fiction and non, screen and print, to a fault. Ms. Rosenblat was a fantastic narrator, giving the biography the right twist of sarcasm and wit at their obvious parts.
Overall, this was quite an enjoyable listen.
Probably not. It seemed a bit "fictional" with most examples having a happily ever after.
Maybe varied the interviewees in the book. It seemed everyone was able to resolve their problems effortlessly.
Yes, it read like a fictional book.