Diana: Her True Story in Her Own Words

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 1, 2009 - Biography & Autobiography - 432 pages
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The sudden and tragic death of Princess Diana caused the world to reflect on how much this singular woman meant to us all. This new edition of her life story -- which includes Diana's personal recollections in her own words, as well as an account of the events surrounding her death -- poignantly strengthens her hold on our hearts.

From her fairy-tale wedding and the births of her two wonderful boys to the stunning collapse of her marriage, Diana's luminous but troubled life transfixed millions. Despite enduring heartbreak, illness, and depression, she never wavered in her commitment to the less fortunate, or in her determination to make a better life for herself and her sons. This revealing book is the closest we will ever come to her autobiography -- a lasting and powerful testament to her courage and spirit.

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User Review  - Lisa - Goodreads

Found this on my host's bookshelves on my third day in the UK. Good escapist reading that got me through an uncomfortable stretch of jet lag. Poor Diana. Read full review

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User Review  - Jenna - Goodreads

I was quite young when during the Diana era so I wanted to read this and fill in the gaps I missed. I think I expected a little more. At times I found the book and bit repetitive, other times I was ... Read full review

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In Her Oun Words
I Was Supposed To Be a Boy
Just Call Me Sir
Such Hope in My Heart
My Cries for Help
Darling Im About To Disappear
My Life Has Changed Its Course
I Dont Rattle Their Cages
Wed Run Out of Steam
I2 Tell Me Fes
I3 The Peoples Princess
Its What She Would Have Wanted

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About the author (2009)

Andrew Morton, described by the Sunday Times (London) as "the leading royal writer," has become a household name as a result of the publication of Diana: Her True Story. He is the author of several bestselling books and has won numerous awards, including Author of the Year and a special prize for services to journalism. He is a familiar figure on television around the world. He lives in London with his wife and two daughters.

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