However, after Machiavelli died, two of his unpublished works were circulated outside of Italy. In 1529, Thomas Crowell, the talented minister of Henry VIII of England, somehow got a copy of the King, and unlike the frivolous Lozenro de ‘Medici, he read it attentively and carefully. For him, the historical anecdotes of the book make reading come alive and interesting. Simple language is not weird but fresh. Starry night with godzilla poster. Most importantly, unethical advice is actually needed: the author not only explains what a leader needs to do to maintain power but also about how to show his actions in public. Crowell could not help but follow Machiavelli’s advice when advising the king.