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review 2011-08-08 00:00
Diana: Story of a Princess - Tim Clayton,Phil Craig I'm normally not one for biographies. I find most of the boring and hard to follow. This one wasn't boring, but it was hard to follow. There were too many name thrown out that half the time I felt like I needed to flip through the earlier pages just to see if this person had been mentioned before.

Not much new was revealed in this, I think mostly because it's not a new book anymore and most of Diana's life has been thrown out into the public, especially with the recent wedding of William.
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review 2011-08-03 00:00
Diana: Story of a Princess
Diana: Story of a Princess - Tim Clayton,Phil Craig I read this during a time when my fascination with Diana was at an all time high, right around the time of her untimely death.
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review 2011-06-07 08:41
Princess Diana
Diana: 1961-1997 Her True Story - Andrew Morton

Nothing new really, telling the truth I was disappointed. Well, it is reader-friendly, it has nice pictures and easy-to-read construction. But it doesn't give any new perspective or more comprehensive insight into what, why and how happened. All of the things and facts written in this book are know for years. It seems that Princess Diana is a kind-of-lucrative-theme-to-write-a-book-about. It's true that it's we'll written for younger adults but I don't think that it is worth to lose your time on this very book. Just omit it and pick another one.

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review 2010-01-30 00:00
Diana, Her Life In Fashion - Georgina Howell This is an good book to look at if you are interested in the beautiful clothing that Diana wore. There are many good color pictures, along with information about where/when they were worn, who designed, etc.The narrative, which follows the contention that one could see in later days how Diana dressed with intention to play for sympathy, or show her independence, etc., is a little much for me. I have a problem with the idea that dressing in pastels, etc., shows her play for sympathy as a wronged woman. I will go along with the dresses in her later life, esp. the little black "up yours" dress she wore on the night of Charles' famous TV interview and the shorter tighter and more flattering and adult dresses she wore after the divorce.An interesting read with great photographs.
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