In the Stacks Episode 91: The Princess of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese

A video book review of The Princess of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese. To purchase the book, click here.

"This is the reimagined story of Napoleon’s sister Pauline Bonaparte, who married a Borghese Prince in the early 19th century. Written from the point of view of Sophie, a young cousin and lady-in-waiting, they move into the Villa Borghese, where the arranged marriage is a loveless one. Pauline refuses to behave and constantly cheats on her husband." -- Michelle Z. from In the Stacks.tv

 


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