The Duchess of Castile - Julian Fane Reviews
Description:ISBN 0094736308 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Julian Fane / Hardcover / 208 Pages / Book is published 1994-07-18 by Constable
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by - written on 11/09/08 (Very useful, 26 readings)
After many years of having a "hiatus" from reading, I have finally reawakened my passion with a wonderful collection of books purchased from my local library sale. One of these many books was the book I will now review, albeit begrudgingly. The book I will review is "The Duchess of Castile". I have to state before starting this review, that I have a terrible habit of buying books purely on there front covers, if the cover appeals then surely the story will too..... Right? This book has the most boring and old fashioned cover I have ever seen, so instead of putting it back I actually took the time to read the inside ... Read the complete review
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