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Kris Waldherr is an author, illustrator, and designer whose art has been exhibited in the National Museum of Women in the Arts. She is the author of The Lover’s Path and The Book of Goddesses, and creator of The Goddess Tarot. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.
I had so much fun reading about the queens and princesses in the book. Sometimes they got what they deserve and most of the time it was a truly tragic end. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jessica Wilson
I really want to say I loved this book... because I did, but depressing much? Between the murder and the syphilis there didn't seem to be a bright spot anywhere in there, which I... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Courtney
I purchased this as a gift for my daughter. She is an avid reader and enjoys all types of books.Published 9 months ago by D J Haeberman
There is little here that a student of history doesn't know. Too many women were covered in such a short book, but it was quite amusing.Published 9 months ago by Kathleen Provost
Loved the Authors writing style, he was funny, yet was very detailed on each unfortunate woman's plight. I recommend this book!Published 10 months ago by Dustin
I've never written a review before receiving a book but I have a very good feeling that I'm a fan of Kris Waldherr already!! Read morePublished 11 months ago by Patti
This book is a wonderfully condensed overview of some of the most well-known (and least-known) women throughout history who met their ends suddenly. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Naomi Jameston
Wow, the stuff they never teach you in school or on t.v....and eeeek! it's true! Another glaring expose, however condensed, on the lengths society and politics will go, to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by G. Wilson
I do really enjoy knowing all the doomed queens that has forgotten or has never been mentioned before. It's a fun read and cautionary tales.Published 15 months ago by Niesha Opakul