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10 thoughts on “The Pretender

  1. says:

    2.5 5 starsThe opening was really compelling and pulled me along for the ride, but after that, I started to get a little lost in the book At first, I didn t understand who Franziska was and how she related to Anastasia Romanov s story, and by the time I did


  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this I was interested in it because I have been fascinated with the story of Anna Anderson since the 1986 TV movie about her I remember being shocked when it was revealed that she was not Anastasia I had read several books articles on the matter


  3. says:

    Got a bit lost for a while in the storyline and was wanting a bit insight into each reported stage of her life I enjoyed the language even though I thought it was unnecessarily flowery at times Slow and hard work in parts but then she would slap the reader in the f


  4. says:

    It starts a little slowly but eventually became a very gripping and imaginative study of Anastasia the pretender.This works from the premise that has been confirmed by DNA that the pretender was just that and not the Tsar s daughter.I knew this before and the book did n


  5. says:

    A story that gripped my imagination at the outset but lost my attention in some sections Overall I found that I was not that concerned about whether or not the young women in the story was Anastasia or not.


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About the Author: Mary Morrissy

Mary Morrissy born 1957 Dublin is an Irish writer Morrissy was educated at the Rathmines School of Journalism She worked in Australia, and as a sub editor of The Irish Press She taught creative writing for the University of Arkansas, and University of Iowa creative writing summer programmes She was a Cullman Fellow at the New York Public Library, for her work in progress, The Duchess, an ima