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Review: Primavera

User Review  - Jan - Goodreads

"The Italian Renaissance ... two powerful families, the Medici and the Pazzi, are tangled in a bloody struggle for ultimate power. Caught in the whirlwind is Flora, the last daughter of the Pazzi. As ... Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - Jennifer Wardrip - Goodreads

Reviewed by Cana Rensberger for TeensReadToo.com The Italian Renaissance brings to mind beautiful images, paintings and sculptures, glorious and expensive brocades, string quartets in the garden; a ... Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - May - Goodreads

I wasn't quite expecting the story, or the heroine, to turn out like it did. The heroine, Flora, is a plain, sort of sullen girl. She has few manners and little use for delicacies despite the fact she ... Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - Coralie - Goodreads

This was one of those books that is based on a painting. Flora is an unwanted daughter of a noble family in Renaissance Florence. Her family is locked in a struggle with the Medici family for control ... Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - Barbara - Goodreads

Historical fiction surrounding the actual attempted assassination of Lorenzo Medici in Renaissance Italy by the other powerful family of the time, the Pazzi family. Flora, as the youngest, ugly ... Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - Cana Rensberger - Goodreads

The Italian Renaissance brings to mind beautiful images, paintings and sculptures, glorious and expensive brocades, string quartets in the garden, a rich texture of life indeed. But it was also a time ... Read full review

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User Review  - MDLady - LibraryThing

I had a bit of trouble with the names and what side they were on, but that did not take away from the book. Great "ugly duckling" story. Read full review

Review: Primavera

User Review  - Renee - Goodreads

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Review: Primavera

User Review  - Kellyn - Goodreads

Material fortunes and political power waxed and waned during Renaissance; the de Medici family, however, wielded power in Florence for generations. Primavera recounts one serious threat to their ... Read full review


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