The Captive of Kensington - Jean Plaidy Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099513528 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jean Plaidy / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2008-10-02 by Arrow Books Ltd
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Jean Plaidy The Captive of Kensington Palace: (Queen Victoria)
Captive of Kensington Palace Princess Victoria, within Kensington ...
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by - written on 20/05/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
This wasn't the Plaidy book I was originally looking for but the title caught my eye and I was intrigued enough to read the blurb. This is the first book in a series of four following Victoria's reign and this one looks at her life before her assent to the throne. This is classed as historical fiction as although Plaidy does base the novel on factual dates and events, her primary focus is on the relationships of those close to Victoria which can only remain to be ficticious. As the title suggests Plaidy focuses mainly on the relationship between Victoria and her mother, the latter becoming almost her jailer in an attempt to keep her safe ... Read the complete review
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