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Sisi empress on her own by Allison Pataki

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Published .
Written in English

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  • Fiction

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Edition Notes

StatementAllison Pataki
SeriesThorndike Press large print core, Thorndike Press large print core series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3616.A8664 S57 2016b
The Physical Object
Pagination713 pages (large print)
Number of Pages713
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27212577M
ISBN 101410488594
ISBN 109781410488596
LC Control Number2016000761
OCLC/WorldCa933719184

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An enthralling work of historical fiction set during the Golden Age of the Habsburg court, Sisi is a gripping page-turner for readers of Philippa Gregory, Paula McLain, and Daisy Goodwin/5. Sisi tells the little-known story of Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary, the Princess Diana of her time, in an enthralling work of historical fiction that is also a gripping page-turner.   Sisi: Myth and Truth by Katrin Unterreiner This book focuses on Elisabeth’s death and from it explores how this event created the myth and the icon of Sisi. Since Sisi was an emotion-centered person, the book therefore is also emotion centered, and it tends to take Sisi’s side more than a nonfiction book might, somewhat glossing over her contributions to the unhappiness of her marriage and to the tragic mess Rudolf makes of his short life/5().

  When we last left Sisi, in the first volume, she was rebelling against the strictures of her life at the Viennese court as the consort of Emperor Franz Joseph. In particular, she was defying her mother-in-law, Archduchess Sophie, who had not only exacerbated Sisi’s estrangement from Franz, but appropriated the upbringing of her three children. This was a fantastic biography of Empress Elisabeth ('Sisi'). What I liked most was how Hamann chose to organize it thematically rather than chronologically. For example, there was a chapter on Sisi's involvement with Hungarian politics, a chapter on her horse and hunting obsession, and a chapter on (of course) her strange beauty by: 5. Allison’s third New York Times Bestseller, Sisi: Empress on Her Own, hit shelves March In her fourth historical novel, Where the Light Falls, was published. Beauty in the Broken Places was released in , a Memoir of Love, Faith, and Resilience. In May she published her first children’s book, Nelly Takes New York. About Sisi NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • For readers of Philippa Gregory, Paula McLain, and Daisy Goodwin comes a sweeping and powerful novel by Allison Pataki. Sisi tells the little-known story of Empress Elisabeth of Austria-Hungary, the Princess Diana of her time, in an enthralling work of historical fiction that is also a gripping page-turner.

  Picture Perfect Federation, the company recently launched by Patrick Wachsberger’s Picture Perfect Entertainment, has teamed with Pascal Breton’s Federation Entertainment to acquire The Accidental Empress and Sisi: Empress on Her Own — to be developed as a series on the life of Empress Elisabeth of Austria. Sisi Ever since I saw the tv show based on the life of Keizerin Elizabeth, also know as Sisi, I wanted to know everything about a little girl I thought she was a strong, independent and beautiful princess/Keizerin. I watched Sisi with my grandmother, we both loved it/5. View the profiles of people named SiSi SiSi. Join Facebook to connect with SiSi SiSi and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share. Sisi picks up after Allison’s last novel, The Accidental Empress, but is considered a stand-alone novel. The Accidental Empress (Sisi, #1) and Sisi: Empr.