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The Queen's Confession
The Queen's Confession
Author: Victoria Holt
Marie Antoinette...loved, hated, spoiled, sacrificed - and now alive, in her own story, as she herself might have written it!
ISBN: 35103
Pages: 443
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Publisher: Fawcett Crest
Book Type: Paperback
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The Queen's Confession is told by Marie Antoinette herself. Well, not actually, but how she would have written it. She grows up in the Austrian court under the guidance of her mother, the Empress Maria Therese. She marries the Dauphin of France and deals with the "uncrowned queen", Madame du Barry. Finally, she becomes queen and started the beginning of the end of the French monarchy. Scandal, intrigue, and flamboyancy were never as great, and the consequences are even greater.

This book was wonderful! I actually learned a lot about her (I thought I knew everything!). Also, it is a good book to read if you are in for a good cry.