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
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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