Poison: A Novel ebook
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Poison: A Novel

Francisca de Luarac, the daughter of a poor Spanish silk grower, is a dreamer of fabulous dreams. Marie Louise de Bourbon, the niece of Louis XIV, dances in slippers of fine Spanish silk in the French Court of the Sun King and imagines her own enchanted future. Born on the same day--in an age when superstition, repression, and the Inquisition reign--the lives of these two young women unfold in tan...

File Size: 837 KB
Print Length: 339 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0380727412
Publisher: Random House; 1st edition (July 27, 2011)
Publication Date: July 27, 2011
Sold by: Random House LLC
Language: English
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Word Wise: Enabled
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“Tediously long. Grew so tired of the pointless plot but struggled through to the end instead of filing it in my Kindle's "Tried it but couldn't finish it" file. I don't know why I felt compelled to finish it other than to see if the author, who obvio...”

em, barely touching. Each hoards the memory of her adored lost mother like an amulet. Francica's obsession with her lover, a Catholick priest, will shaper her fate. Marie Loouise is yoked by political expediency to the mad, imptoent Carlos II of Spain. But even as their twin destinies spiral inexorably toward disaster, both Queen and commoner cultivate a dangerous, secret life dedicated to resistance, transcendence, and love. Written in gorgeous prose that has the sheen of silk, Kathryn Harrison's POISON vividlyreminds us of the persistence of desire, the passion that exists between mothers and daughters, and the sorcery of dreams.From the Hardcover edition.