Lucretia

Lucretia Lucretia Borgia the daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of the infamous Cesare Borgia is immersed in the ultimate patriarchy of early Renaissance Rome and the Vatican Lucretia struggles to find

  • Title: Lucretia
  • Author: David Krae
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Lucretia Borgia, the daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of the infamous Cesare Borgia is immersed in the ultimate patriarchy of early Renaissance Rome and the Vatican Lucretia struggles to find her independence from her family s corruption and ruthless political schemes in this epic tale of betrayal, murder, decadence as the tides of political expedience take an innLucretia Borgia, the daughter of Pope Alexander VI and sister of the infamous Cesare Borgia is immersed in the ultimate patriarchy of early Renaissance Rome and the Vatican Lucretia struggles to find her independence from her family s corruption and ruthless political schemes in this epic tale of betrayal, murder, decadence as the tides of political expedience take an innocent girl and make a cruel test of her virtue.Based on true historical events, Lucretia is an historical novel set in Rome during one of its most corrupt and decadent periods Lucrezia Lucretia Borgia b April 18,1480 d June 24, 1519 Also an award winning screenplay entitled, Lucretia and a stage play in Elizabethan verse entitled An Historie of the Roman Borgias and their daughter Lucretia Length 414 pages as per 250 word page standard print count.

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    • Margaret says:

      Lucretia Borgia is one of those people much maligned by history. I went into this novel with some trepidation, half expecting the usual evil, murdering whore characterization.I was delighted to find that this was not what was been offered. David Krae's Lucretia is a gentle, honest young woman in the midst of a politically turbulent time.The evils of Pope Alexander VI are sung as loud as the alleged crimes of his daughter. In the novel, David takes great pains to show the political machinations o [...]

    • Linda says:

      This was a fabulous read! The book is eight hundred pages and I never got 'lost' or 'mad at the book' due to any errors.This is my first read about the Borgia family, and a good read it was.Lucretia, daughter of Pope Alexander VI, has a rather notorious reputation, historically speaking. This author has researched this subject and found that maybe history was slightly mistaken. I liked the author's characterizations of Lucretia, Cesare, Pope Alexander and the supporting cast.The book is set in t [...]

    • Bea says:

      I Loved it!

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