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The Forgotten Monarchy of Scotland: The True Story of the Royal House of Stewart and the Hidden Lineage of the Kings and Queens of Scots Hardcover – July, 1998
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As a genealogy, this book is positively grotesque. "Prince Michael's" purported ancestry includes supposed ancestors that did not even exist, as has been conclusively demonstrated by a number of very good websites that specialize in European royal & noble lines. The fact that "Prince Michael" is in league with the very very dubious Laurence Gardner, who has no credence whatsoever in genealogical circles, should speak for itself.
A visit to "Prince Michael's" and Gardner's websites show clearly that the whole purpose of this enterprise is to make a buck, and evidently they have been successful in this venture, even if historical truth had to be sacrificed to achieve this.
This is not to say that I didn't enjoy the book. When the author doesn't have to bother with historical accuracy, he can instead concentrate on writing a brisk narrative. As a result, I was able to finish this book in rather short order. Also, there some pretty funny stuff in this book, such as the claim that Napoleon is the direct descendant of Charles I of Great Britain (supported again, we are told, by evidence buried deep within the Vatican Archives). Also, the absolutely god-awful painting of "Prince Michael" with his illustrious Stuart forebears (by the "court painter," we are told) was so bad that I could not help but laugh at great length.Read more ›
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This book, even with its preposterous premise, the revelatory contention that the author is the rightful heir to the throne of Scotland, is so well-written and so detailed in the... Read morePublished on September 10, 2011 by A Loyal Customer
I got this book from the library because I was doing research on Bonnie Prince Charlie and William Wallace. Read morePublished on January 31, 2009 by Hazel West
Michel LaFosse (b. April 21, 1958, Brussels, Belgium), whose father is a shopkeeper and whose mother is an office worker, has claimed since 1976 to be "the senior legal descendant... Read morePublished on August 8, 2006 by Wilfrid R. Koponen
The author of this book titles himsself, "HRH." My guess is that he means, "His Royal Highness. Read morePublished on July 29, 2002
A refreshingly written book on a subject that is all too often presented dry and uninspired. The Forgotten Monarchy of Scotland is a real page-turner that reminds me of JRR... Read morePublished on June 29, 2002
The self-styled "H.R.H. Prince Michael" claims a descent from "Bonnie Prince Charlie Stewart", the young pretender. Fact is that Bonnie Prince Charlie married Louise of Stolberg. Read morePublished on October 8, 2000 by J. N. W. Bos
I bought it, I read it and it conquered me. For the preview before this one, the fact do speak for themselves. Read morePublished on December 8, 1999 by Stuart
Purchased this book to assist in family research and to gain more knowledge regarding scotland's kings. Read morePublished on July 7, 1999 by firstname.lastname@example.org