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Series: Josephine Bonaparte Trilogy Series by cover. Series description A series of historical novels based on the life of Josephine de Beauharnais — , who married Napoleon Bonaparte and became Empress of the French. Empress Josephine. General Lazare Hoche. Aimee Hosten de Croisoeuil.
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Your review has been submitted and will appear here shortly. Reviews Rated 5 out of 5 by Maria from A Magnificent Example of Its Genre Years ago, I decided to swear off historical fiction after having one too many awful experiences with authors badly misrepresenting history and its major players. I still don't know how I ended up reading this, but I sure am glad I gave it a chance! The novel is fast-paced, beautifully written, and above all, meticulously researched. Don't let the diary entry style discourage you like it nearly did me.
The style does not bog down the story, on the contrary, it enriches it. The Josephine that emerges from these pages is three dimensional and real, with all her flaws and virtues. Most critically for me, however, is how the author made an effort to neither portray Josephine as some saint, nor allow her character to fall victim to her many contemporary detractors including Paul Barras, and the Bonaparte clan. All in all, a marvelous read. Date published: Probably won't read the other 2. Rated 5 out of 5 by Solo from A forever favourite I've read this book and the others in the trilogy 9 times so far, and I don't doubt I will again.
Exquisitely written! I feel like I know Josephine, Napoleon and their families. Sandra Gulland clearly did much research, as evidenced in the many historical footnotes.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Arelle from I couldn't put it down I loved this book, when I read it last I couldn't put it down. It's a read again and again kind of book. Rated 4 out of 5 by DJ from Rose Very engaging book! I enjoyed the journey from Rose to Josephine. It was very fascinating and well written. Highly recommended. Rated 3 out of 5 by DJ from Rose Very engaging book! This book follows Rose later renamed Josephine by Napolean himself who leaves her childhood home in the French Caribbean islands to go to Paris to wed a young noble.
Living in Paris, she is dragged into the turmoil of the French Revolution and it was fascinating to read about the events of the revolution from her point of view. The novel is written in the diary format and includes letters to Rose from various people in her life. I enjoyed the style very much and cannot wait to read the second book in the trilogy - Tales of Passion, Tales of Woe. I definitely recommend this book to anyone that loves historical fiction!
I definitely enjoyed this book.
Rose, is a compassionate woman and I related and sympathized for her throughout the book. Certain portions of the book were easier to read than others and at the end I found myself completely captivated. I wanted to know how the rest of the story turns out I'm now reading the second book. Rated 5 out of 5 by Julia from Couldn't put it down! Read the first novel in 2 days. A wonderful read. I love the historical detail, and the vivid descriptions, I became completely absorbed. Excellent series, would recommend it to anyone! Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from Really good read I really enjoyed this book and am anxious to read the rest of the trilogy.
I always find historical fiction interesting, but this book draws you in so that you don't even know you are reading about history. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anna from Phenomenal Book I borrowed this from the library to read over Christmas last year. I was so enthralled I bought the next 2 in the series so I could finish it.