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This man's life and the lives of his grandfather and father and Florence are amazing!Published 5 months ago by Patrick F.
This book describes the virtues and defects of Lorenzo. The author also evaluates his subject in the context of 15th century Florentine values and politics. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dennis Claessnes
Not even half way through and I'm very impressed. Mr Unger's writing style is easy to read and informative not only of the subject but also the times in which he is writing about. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Joe the hermit
I finished this book with regret, wishing Lorenzo hadn't died so young, and that I could hear more about his role as patron of the Florence Renaissance. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Carolyn Brown Heinz
Thorough account of a magnificent man. I loved the detail and entertaining presentation. This book really helped me in my research.Published 23 months ago by Shaikha Al-Hashem
Superb! Congratulations to the author. I have read close to 200 biographies and this one is probably one the best to me.Published on November 8, 2013 by henry sebastien