Abdication

Abdication

Book - 2012
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From critically acclaimed historian Juliet Nicolson comes a glorious debut novel set in 1936 London about secrecy, tumultuous love, and a king and his subjects torn between public duty and private desire
Publisher: New York : Atria Books, c2012
Edition: 1st Atria Books hardcover ed
ISBN: 9781451658835
1451658834
Branch Call Number: FIC Nico
Characteristics: 344 p.

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furlan
Jan 30, 2014

This is a very"thin" novel.Historical characters are placed in the book but there is no real character development. The abdication is almost an afterthought to try to hold your attention.

hgeng63 Sep 04, 2013

I can't really recommend this because the author is unecessarily cruel to Evangeline, & the relationship between May & Julian ends anti-climatically. There are some nice historical details, though.

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villapark
Jun 03, 2012

The title to this book is deceiving since the abdication of King Edward is only a small part of the book. I was disappointed and finished the book with a sense that I didn't even know what it was about.

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