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The Diana Chronicles by Tina  Brown
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Jul 24, 2011

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This is a pretty good biography of the late princess in that Tina Brown stays somewhat neutral. She paints a mixed portrait of Diana; the reader sees the good side of Diana that we the public knew about and loved, but also Brown reveals that Diana wasn't a complete saint in many ways. While it's sometimes difficult to speak ill of those who have gone before us, Ms. Brown does so in a way that is not insulting nor catty. She is able to back up her statements, as well as add a few comments that share her own views on different issues and events. Overall, I would recommend this to anyone on the planet(and yes, I'm sure there are a few) who is a diehard Diana fan, a fan of the Royal Family(and Ms. Brown gives them the same treatment as their former in-law), or just plain curious about one of the most controversial and interesting women of the 20th century.

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