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More of her earlier life than after she married Henry. Interesting because I did not know much about her childhood and such. Good read. .Published 12 months ago by claudine joly
good book if you like English/French historical novels. Eleanor usually in English books but this book gives us a view of her life before Henry IIPublished 18 months ago by Print Gobler
This is the story of an empowered woman who lived in the twelve century marrying two very powerful men, the King of France (Louise VII) and the King of England (Henry Plantagenet)... Read morePublished 22 months ago by karsiyaka
I have read some of the author's other, sci-fi novels & wondered how she would deal with historical fiction. I don't think it's her forte. Read morePublished on July 18, 2012 by moderatelymoderate
I know the author and read the manuscript before it was published. I told Margaret that she could not wander so far off the actual records to write a novel about an well documented... Read morePublished on January 8, 2012 by Steven Zoraster
Delightful story! I love reading about women (especially historical women, even if they are fictionalized) who are strong, smart and witty. Read morePublished on February 4, 2009 by Katherine Inserra