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Isabella: Braveheart of France - Colin Falconer
Isabella: Braveheart of France
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9781621250913 (1621250911)
ASIN: 1621250911
Publisher: Cool Gus Publishing
Pages no: 275
Edition language: English
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Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it
3.5 Isabella by Colin Falconer
This was a quick, light read covering the life of Isabella of France from the time of her marriage to Edward II of England to his death. The controversial path of her life once her son was crowned as Edward III is not covered. With the exception of the sex scenes, much of this book felt like a YA ap...
Janmar
Janmar rated it
Historical fiction is one of my favourite genres and I am familiar with the story of Isabella. It is hard to imagine Isabella was only 12 yrs of age when she married. What turbulent times she had to endure during her life! This is the first time that I have read any of Colin Falconer books and sha...
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3.0 Isabella: Braveheart of France
A copy of this book was provided to me by the publisher as part of the blog tour. Isabella: Braveheart of France is the story of Queen Isabella and her husband Richard II. I had thought I knew everything I needed to know about there ugh of Richard II after reading Shakespeare's play and studying it ...
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4.0 Isabella: Braveheart of France
The Most Happy Reader Reviews Mary Bennet by Kate Allen Mary Bennet is a familiar, if somewhat neglected character, in Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice. Mary, the middle child of the five Bennet sisters, lacks the vivacity and beauty of Elizabeth and Jane and lacks the boy crazy flirtatiou...
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