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Lynn Cullen crafted this book well, weaving dramas and flushing out the facts of history into a beautiful story.
My one complaint about this book is the end - just when I thought a fairy tale ending was in order, reality swept in and took things in a different direction.
I recommend "The Creation of Eve" to anyone who enjoys art, art history, history, and a thoroughly satisfying book that makes one want to read on to the end.
Very well written, it is so nice to read about a court that is not English or French. I have read other works by Lynn Cullen and have thoroughly enjoyed them all.Published 3 months ago by Annonymous
Lynn Cullen's skill of weaving historical facts and suppositions among the royal courts of Europe and the political-religious standards and court intrigues of the time is purely... Read morePublished 3 months ago by floy kaku
Beautiful novel. Very well researched. Be sure to read the Afterward to find out exactly which scenes (a surprising majority) were true in history! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Samantha Ferrell
After reading Mrs. Poe and enjoying it so much, I was motivated to find more books by Lynn Cullen. This is a wonderful work of historical fiction bringing to life the world of the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by decor8
I love Lynn Cullen's writing, but this one was a disappointment. It became very dull three quarters of the way through. Not worth the time.Published 10 months ago by Deborah
This story could have been a great story of love and intrigue except for one thing... The author just didn't have the creative mind for it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lina Garcia
This is the one time in my life where I picked a book because of it's cover and it was exactly what I wanted it to be. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Jana
I heard about this book and finally got to order it...enjoy reading it and would recommend it to whoever that likes to read historical fiction.Published 17 months ago by gina aghili
Sofonisba Anguissola was Michaelangelo's apprentice. This is her story.
The epic tale is captivating, though the writing can be a little verbose at times. Read more