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The Vizard Mask by Diana Norman
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May 22, 2011

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Read from November 25 to December 01, 2011

I love Diana Norman. She balances social injustice and misery with romantic love and spirited characters. With this 800 page novel, the balance is weighted more toward misery--specifically the plague and fire in London in the Restoration age of Charles II. I wanted to find out what happened, but my dread of reading about the inevitable further catastrophes awaiting the heroine was strong. The most famous real life characters in this one are Aphra Behn and Prince Rupert of the Rhine. Very colorful characters and I want to read more non-fiction about them.

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