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Book Reviews: Centuries Of Change, The French Executioner, My Days With Princess Grace Of Monaco, & Ellis Island

Hello everyone, today I’m reviewing four history books, including one for children, and a novel with fantastical elements. Here we go: Centuries of Change: Which Century Saw The Most Change? by Ian Mortimer Which century saw the most change? The answer seems obvious. Pretty much all of us would answer the 20th, without giving it

Book Review: Madame De Lamballe by Georges Bertin

The Princess De Lamballe, a close friend of Marie Antoinette, was one of the most famous victims of the French Revolution. Because of it, I’ve always found it odd that there aren’t many biographies written about this tragic and fascinating figure. So, when I’ve found “Madame De Lamballe” by Georges Bertin, which is available for