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This is a great story on Marie Antoinette's life, and the beginning of the French Revolution, told from Marie Antoinette's point of view. It is very factual and includes real people and events, but told in an interesting, engrossing way. I really enjoyed this book.
Before ther was "The secret diary of Marie Antoinette" there was The Queens Confession, Victoria Holt's (Jean Plaidy) fictional account of the life of Marie Antoinette as if written by marie herself. It's well written, as are all VH/JP books and pulls you into the story immediately. This book was so engrossing that it spurred me on to read Biographies on MA and the French Court/French Revolution as the story is so unbelievable that you cannot believe it has actually happened and is part of history.