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Spirit of Lost Angels - Liza Perrat
Spirit of Lost Angels
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9782954168104 (2954168102)
ASIN: 2954168102
Publisher: Perrat Publishing
Pages no: 378
Edition language: English
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Just Olga and her books
Just Olga and her books rated it
4.0 Recommended to lovers of historical fiction, in particular women’s history and the French Revolution.
Thanks to Rosie Amber for organising Rosie’s Book Review Team and to the author for offering me a copy of the book that I freely chose to review. I had recently read and reviewed Liza Perrat’s fabulous book The Silent Kookaburra (check the review here) and could not pass on the opportunity to read a...
All Over The Map
All Over The Map rated it
4.0 A good and recommendable read for historical fiction lovers
The young lady whom this novel centres around endures many hardships that are very realistic for this time period. She has to adapt to the world around her in order to survive. Things get better, then worse, then better again. I felt very sorry for her but sadly it is not unrealistic. It is a more f...
A Book Addict's Musings by Readinghearts
A Book Addict's Musings by Readinghearts rated it
After reading numerous mystery/thrillers, lately I have been on an Historical Fiction bent. I have been in love with HF since I was in my teams and first read the books of James Michener, Kathleen Woodiweiss, and Jean Plaidy. There is just something about reading a book that takes you back in time...
C. P. Lesley
C. P. Lesley rated it
Victoire, a peasant girl raised in rural France, undergoes a series of tragedies—some while still in her village, others during a brief stay in Paris. As she comes into her own, the simmering unrest among the lower classes reaches its peak, and she is caught up in the French Revolution.There are som...
misfitgeek rated it
I really love a book with a strong, intelligent female protagonist. What is especially impressive about the leading lady, Victoire Charpentier, is that she is from the 18th century when women were still considered property. She also was literate, which was rare for a woman of that time and of her ...
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