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    Though the prose is a little stiff passive, overall a very lovely novel about Anne mother of Louis XIV and Richelieu and Louis XIII surprisingly little feel flavor for the times, given that it s a historical novel, but nicely captures the relationships between the main characters and in the end is quite moving.

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    Nicely and delicately done, alternative view on famous historical events Especially loved how well was de Cinq Mars conspiracy played into story Overall, well written light piece, not much thinking involved.

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    workday mp3 this is a period romance, no historical detail as I know it just famous characters from the time bed hopping and intriguing Not my type of book at all Read By Sarah SherborneGenre Historical Fiction Publisher Abridged Noblurb Set against the background of seventeenth century France, this is the story of the Hapsburg princess who became bride and Queen to Louis X111 of France The eldest daughter of King Philip III of Spain and Margaret of Austria, Anne was married to the 14 year old Louis XIII in November 1615 Throughout his life Louis treated her with a cool reserve In 1625 the English George Villiers, 1st duke of Buckingham, created a scandal at the French court by revealing his passion for the Queen Her plight worsened as the powerful Cardinal de Richelieu, Louis XIII s chief minister from 1624 to 1642, sought to prevent her from exercising any influence over her husband Anne took as her confidante the scheming Marie de Rohan Montbazon, Duchess de Chevreuse Anne and the queen mother, Marie de M dicis, failed in their attempt to persuade Louis to dismiss the Cardinal the Day of Dupes, 1630.After Richelieu declared war on Anne s brother, King Philip IV of Spain, in 1635, she remained sympathetic to the Spanish cause Richelieu s spies kept her under surveillance, and in 1637 the Cardinal humiliated her by proving that she had been visiting the nunnery of Val de Gr ce in order to conduct treasonable correspondence with Phil

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    I really liked the historical detail There was enough fiction to fill in the blanks but it was interesting getting to understand the structure of the French Court at the time I m always intrigued by powerful men in history and learning how they progressed in their careers and garnered support or infamy Cardinal Richelieu has a very defined personality and character growth in this novel.As for the main character Anne, I didn t really like her as a person, but I respected her character s journey I sometimes have to remind myself that women were taught to value social status above all else.

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    I love you I despise you I love her I hate him K then I hate her too rolls eyes That sums up the romantic part of this book The novel starts with 2 chapters written in a rush They sound like dictated to someone who isn t paying attention and never edited afterwards Her style improves as the book progresses although she is careless with details like eye colour and such Read as a biography of Richelieu the book is quite good Such an intelligent man As a romance Nah I ve seen better.