New PDF release: Becoming Marie Antoinette (Marie Antoinette Trilogy, Book 1)
By Juliet Grey
This captivating confection of a singular, the 1st in a brand new trilogy, follows the transformation of a coddled Austrian archduchess into the reckless, robust, appealing queen Marie Antoinette.
Why needs to it's me? I puzzled. When i'm so sincerely insufficient to my destiny?
Raised along her various brothers and sisters by way of the ambitious empress of Austria, ten-year-old Maria Antonia knew that her idyllic lifestyles might sooner or later be sacrificed to her mother’s political objectives. What she by no means expected used to be that the day in query might come so soon.
Before she will trip from sunlit picnics along with her sisters in Vienna to the glitter, glamour, and gossip of Versailles, Antonia needs to swap everything approximately herself with a purpose to be approved as dauphine of France and the spouse of the awkward teenage boy who will in the future be Louis XVI. but not anything can arrange her for the ingenuity and effect it is going to take to develop into queen.
Filled with shrewdpermanent background, treacherous rivalries, lavish outfits, and gleaming jewels, Becoming Marie Antoinette will totally captivate fiction and historical past enthusiasts alike.
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Becoming Marie Antoinette (Marie Antoinette Trilogy, Book 1) by Juliet Grey