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Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois - Sophie Perinot
Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781250072092 (1250072093)
ASIN: 1250072093
Publisher: Thomas Dunn
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
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2.0 Medici's Daughter
This book was well written and I would look for more books by this author. But I can't say I enjoyed this book in particular. I did not like any of the characters I should have been rooting for, especially the main character. I found Marguerite de Valois' life depressing and I did not look forward t...
BuckeyeAngel
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4.0 Good Story and Characters
Princess Marguerite/Margot is summoned to court and was to join court. When Margot arrives she is excited to see her thirteen year old brother Henri who she hasn’t seen in almost two years. Then Margot is told King Charles wants to see her- told by her mother-. Charles is Margot’s brother also. Marg...
Elysium
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3.0 Médicis Daughter: A Novel of Marguerite de Valois
3,5 starsThe book started really slow and I was thinking about quitting but at halfway through it changed when things started to happen. I’m glad I kept reading because the latter part was really good.We follow Margot from her childhood when she joins the court of her brother Charles IX to St. Barth...
Celticlady's Reading Room
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5.0 Medici's Daughter
Renaissance France was a time in history known as the rebirth of culture, including art, literature, and music. Medici's Daughter takes place during this rebirth. The Valois family included King Henry II of France Catherine de' Medici, Margaret was the sister of Kings Francis II, Charles IX and Henr...
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5.0 Book Review: Medicis Daughter by Sophie Perinot
First line: In my dreams the birds are always black. Review: The extent of my knowledge about Marguerite of Valois begins and ends with the sumptuous 1994 film starring Isabelle Adjani, but the drama of her marriage and the days following have stuck in my mind for more than a decade. I've been dyin...
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