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Julia and the Illuminated Baron

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Published June 1st 1982 by Ams Pr Inc
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Graydon William
Dec 21, 2008 Graydon William rated it liked it
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This is the first book written by an author from Maine (USA). It is set in France, just prior to the French Revolution. Julia is the typical ultra-pure Gothic heroine, and while she loves a Englishman, there's a dastardly French baron, an (egads!) atheistic Illuminati, rake, ne'er do well, who's got the hots for her, kidnaps her, tries to seduce her, etc...I tend to like my Gothics a bit more lurid, lots of ghosts, skeletons, musty catacombs and dungeons, so on that front, Julia...
Nov 22, 2009 Lisa marked it as to-read
Ok, I haven't read this one, but I have read "Storms and Sunshine" and "The Hermitage", neither of which are listed. Edifying reading. If you liked Samuel Richardson's Pamela, you will like "The Hermitage", but it is much shorter and not nearly as entertaining.
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