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1st part summarized the book while discussimg how Diana snuck the interviews in. 2nd part summarized the book per the author. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Any and every book about the royals is the same. Very little details are new let alone groundbreaking. Save your money.Published 8 days ago by AThorne5
Reading the story about her dysfuntional family, her dream of marrying someone who trully loved her and cherished her broke my heart. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Miriam E. Zimmermann
Poor Diana. You have to feel badly about her life. Although a princess with a lovely house,and two lovely sons, she did not have a lovely loving husband. Never. Very sad. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Jacqueline Davidson
The author had a grand subject, the story is spellbinding.
There seemed to be so very much repetition in the telling that the entire story would have been a more riveting had... Read more
Since I have recently left a relationship, I was able to totally identify with the character of Diana in her emotions, anger, feelings of isolation, and having "three in the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Juanita
I had a great time looking at the pictures and reading about Diana's unhappiness. She was far too young to be in that position. She did produce some great kids.Published 1 month ago by Kati Maines