Book Review: The Queen's Soprano by Carol Dinescategories: Book, Rome, Historical Fiction, Father Zachary, Queen Christina, Maestro Corelli, Cardinal Azzolino, Cardinal de Cabrera, Signor Odescalchi, Captain Caponi, Duke of Mantua, Historical Novel
Author: Carol Dines
Publisher: Harcourt Children's Books
The Queen's SopranoThis is one of the best books I've ever read! I was inspired by Angelica Voglia's bravery. I was shocked by her mother's behavior, I loved her friends loyalty, and was repulsed by Bishop Vanini and much of her other suitors. She used her talent and made a difference in her life. She didn't let people make her own decisions. She joined Queen Christina's court and worked hard. I definitely recommend this book!
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