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Fun reading; Didn't know anything about them before I read it. They're Astor descendant. If you enjoy memoirs, you'll enjoy thisPublished 1 month ago by Karen Mcvay
I liked reading about Archie and Amelie but that would only have taken 50 pages.Published 2 months ago by Saramugsy
the pains of the rich and famous ...their trials in approaching a sensible life
The novel was interesting, but not outstanding. It was good be cause I have never read anything of the Astor family. I did find the author repeating .any facts stories over and ovPublished 3 months ago by Susan
While I enjoyed the historical aspect of this book, the story itself was a little dull. Aside from the Astors' known wealth, I would have liked to have read a few more details of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Becki C.
I knew nothing about the Asters before reading this book. The affects of inbreeding and a lack of stability are not shocking merely sad.Published 5 months ago by fortreasuredgifts
An insightful look into two twisted lives, a man's lost love and his crazy familyPublished 6 months ago by jdwwhawaii