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Il diario proibito di Maria Antonietta - Juliet Grey, Daniela Di Falco, Francesca Noto, Sandro Ristori
Il diario proibito di Maria Antonietta
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9788854133402 (885413340X)
Publisher: Newton Compton
Edition language: Italian
Series: Marie Antoinette (#1)
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That's What She Read
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0.0 Becoming Marie Antoinette
Sorry kids, no feet.
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2.0 Becoming Marie Antoinette
I was set to give this book three stars. It wasn't terrible but it wasn't great. I reduced my rating to 2.5 stars because there were a few things that really bugged me.My biggest issue I had was with the language in the book. I don't know if this was an issue with the Kindle version or if this is a ...
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5.0 Becoming Marie Antoinette
This was very well done. You see a child forced into an adult role while at least two nations watch the metamorphosis. Not sure who she can trust, since all her personal retainers, even her pug, Mops, are taken away from her, before she can even enter her new country. The one person she has to have ...
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0.0 Becoming Marie Antoinette
In Juliet Grey’s Becoming Marie Antoinette, it is easy for a reader to forget the tragic fate that awaits Marie and her husband. Under Ms. Grey’s skilled pen, she steps away from being the frivolous creature who worries more about the latest fashions than the people and becomes a person placed into ...
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Becoming Maria Antoinette is book one of the Maria Antoinette Trilogy by Juliet Grey.This book follows the life of the young Maria Antonia Archduchess of Austria from the moment of her betrothal to the Dauphine of France when she was just ten years old to her first years in France previous to her hu...
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