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A Kid's Review
This review is from: The Medici Curse (Paperback)
In renaissance Florence, a young painter visits Lorenzo De Medici palace to paint his beautiful daughter.
In present day Italy, Maria, a young english girl is drawn to an unremarkable painting but discovers an extrodinary picture underneath.
Why is the painter secretly armedwith a dagger?
What dark event draws him to the Medici bloody past?
Centuries later, Maria is determind to discover an ancient mystery of love, power and bitter feuds that still burns in the present....
This Book was quite enjoyable. It wasnt extrodianry, but good nonethless, It could be funny and it switched between centuries, until all the mysteries joined up in the end. It had a beautiful story line and the writing was simple, which was a bit of a downfall, which would have made it more understandabl,e for tweens.