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I think the most telling fact I can proffer here--to convey my reception of this book-- is the fact that I read the thing in one sitting.
I have read all of Lauren Willig's books and while they are all enjoyable this is the book that keeps me coming back for more pink carnation stories.
To summarize briefly, the story alternates from the present, in which Eloise is researching English spies in the Napoleonic era for her Ph.
A friend introduced me to this series recently, and I loved *The Secret History of the Pink Carnation*. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Freya Shipley
This book has two stories running at the same time. There is the story of Eloise, a modern day historian researching the League of the Purple Gentian, and the story of Letty and... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Ian
Got me hooked on the series. Kept me dropping everything so I could continue reading.Published 2 months ago by Douglas David
I've read all the Pink Carnations and they're ... okay. Like other reviewers have said, the voice and actions of the characters are not consistent w/the time period - it's fun and... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A Real Lady
This book is great fun. Willig has a fabulous sense of humor and she frequently incorporates humor into her writing. I now have the entire series and look forward to the next book.Published 4 months ago by soprano
Have loved this series from the beginning. Especially enjoy Willig's historical and literary references. But I read primarily for the story of Eloise and Colin. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Nancy Talbot Doty
This was a fun read that I finished over the weekend. It got a little long in the middle but otherwise was a light enjoyable read.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
Have you seen the cover of this book? Really? Really? Somehow, I think that someone at the publishing company for this book, really didn't care at all about the product. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jane Brody