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When he's not praising Diana, Spoto spends his time cataloging the cold, irrelevant, and spiteful character of the royal family, which is supposed to act as the necessary darkness to all of Diana's saintly light. At least they're given something approaching human attributes, unlike the elevated, but decidedly unrecognizable, subject of this book. --John Longenbaugh
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This is a very good book.I really enjoyed it very much.I think Diana was a fascincting Woman,I'm not sad,but I do wonder how her life would have turn... Read more
I have read a lot of books about Princess Diana. This one is not like all of the others. It describes who the players are behind the scenes. Read morePublished on April 6, 2013 by Dottie Randazzo
- Hard to believe that the "peoples" princess, Lady Diana has been gone since 1997. In Diana: The Last Year by Donald Spoto, the author takes the reader on a quick journey of her... Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by Dr. Wilson Trivino