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The book is very interesting and really brings her family to life, all the arguments and troubles they had, and traumas.
Written in an easy to read way, one of the most interesting books I have read. Got very absorbed, and looked forward to going to bed to read it! Highly recommended.
However, never had I before felt more compelled to take a pencil and correct a book than with this one! First of all, the punctuation is dreadful with random commas and articles thrown about everywhere, words repeated next to each other, or words simply missing from the text; furthermore, the *-symbol indicating footnotes was miniscule; indeed, I barely even knew where in the text to find it until I read the footnote and located the relevant place myself! I therefore presume editing was non-existent!
Punctuation would be excusable if there weren't some glaring factual errors too.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic book. Christina Croft is an amazing writer, thank you so much.Published 6 months ago by Don
I absolutely loved this book. I have read a few about queen victoria and her family, and forever find myself googling names to work out how they are related but this book sets out... Read morePublished 8 months ago by saraT
Loved this book a lot got through it in only a few days which just shows how addictive it is.Published 8 months ago by Jennifer Burgum
I really liked this book although will need to read it again, probably a few times, to remember who everyone isPublished 12 months ago by maggie1904
There are a couple of weird reviews on this book which question the historical facts given. The book is written in a novelistic, very readable, style but the historical facts are... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Euphemia Black