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Old 08-08-2012, 09:00 PM
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Has anyone here actually read the book?
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Has anyone here actually read the book?
CarolynHarris did. Check out her post.
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That's one view; I suspect Princess Peach was interested in seeing what others who'd read the book had to say.
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I just finished this book, and I initially thought that I was going to end up regretting the money I spent on it because so much of the beginning of it was nothing more than rehashing the Charles & Diana story, but once Penny Junor moved past that and on to William's life after his mother's death, I did find that learnt more about William than I had known before. Now whether that comes from the fact that I'm an American and therefore don't see these stories about him every day or that the British royals are not always my primary focus when I go onto message boards such as this one, I don't know. But in the end, I found it a rather enjoyable read.
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