L'apprendista delle Fiandre
Publish date: 1994
Pages no: 591
Edition language: Italian
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, 15th Century
Series: The House of Niccolò (#1)
I don't really have much to say at the moment. Just that Niccolo intrigues me and I want to figure him out. And that someone should get rid of Jordan de Riberac. Permanently. Curious fact: on AO3 there are fanfics about Lymond but not about Niccolo. Not that I'd necessary want to read about Niccol...
First book in the series. It's alot of detail to set you for the rest of the series. I am currently re-reading the entire series. The last 1/4 of th ebook starts getting into the character to get you into them.
Love, love love Ms. Dunnett's writing. This is historical fiction written by a master story teller. She gives us a main character so surprising and complex in a world so richly drawn -- an amazing tour de force. Niccolo is a dense, complex read and you have to keep track of a lot. A lot of chara...
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