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It is incredibly well written, and the subject could not be more interesting.
This is the first Kindle book published by Ignatius Press I have purchased (and I have purchased many) that is riddled with typographical errors.
This fictional biography of Joan of Arc is Mark Twain's most uncharacteristic work.
Who knew Mark Twain wrote this?! After a reference to it on a PBS program, I ordered it to see what it was all about and am glad I did. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Robert and Jo Anna Oldani
It's a wonderful retelling of Joan of Arc's story. Its entertaining and very interesting from the history point of view. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Diana
LOVE LOVE LOVED this book. Twain did extensive research on Joan d'Arc to write this book and he weaved fact and fiction into a lovely tapestry that binds the reader to the... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Su's Reviews
If you like history, humor and wonderful writing you will love this book. Life at the end of the 100 Years War must have been miserable in our terms yet Mark Twain was able to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by cb
Incredible, touching and extensive historical perspective of this French National hero. She came to life for me as a courageous & divine young woman who's total consumption was to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by sherry kennedy
It is all a matter or record and Twain unearths it vividly, bit by bit.
In fact, I feel Twain fell in love with Joan D'Arc.
This sainted girl. Read more
This book was recommended with the 50 biographies that should be read. Opened my eyes to Mark Twain and to Joan of Arc. Good author and great history. Sad but great.Published 3 months ago by Raye Lynn Snyder