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Madame Tussaud by Michelle Moran
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Aug 09, 11

bookshelves: ebook, july-2011, historical-fiction, august-2011
Read from July 09 to August 08, 2011

This book opened my eyes once again to something I knew nothing about in history as well as introduce me to some historical figures I had heard of but knew little: the French Revolution, Marie Grosholtz Tussaud, Mary Antoinette, Louis XIV, Lafayette, and Thomas Jefferson (and his role in the revolution). It was disturbing to read about and yet I realized this same thing is still going on today in countries. So sad.

The thing that bothered me about this book was how it was all written in present tense. I don't know how *I* would have done it but after about a 1/3 of the way through, it really got me at times. LOL

I recommend this book although I didn't like it as well as Moran's book, Cleopatra's Daughter.

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