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Bucino and Fiammetta will join other great characters whom I hold dear as great literary treasures and timeless friends. Read morePublished 9 days ago by A. Anthony
Sarah Dunant never lets the excitement, surprises, twists end. Her novels on the Renaissance kept me absorbed, astonishedPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I will admit to a bias; I love all things Venetian. But this was actually less of Venice, and more a character study. And a well-done one at that. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Natasha52
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I was picturing Peter Dinklage the whole time I was reading this book... he's a sexy guy, stature notwithstanding. Good choice with Hugh Jackman for Pietro, same with Bryce; for Fiammetta... I dunno. She really isn't the "main" character, so you almost wouldn't need a headliner. Kirsten... Read More
Sep 11, 2008 by Celeste D'emilio | See all 4 posts
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I didn't get that feeling. I think the paternity was no big deal, just the fact that when she went "missing" for awhile, she was pregnant and had this child on Murano.
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