↠ SISSI: THE LAST EMPRESS || á PDF Read by ☆ Danny Saunders

By Danny Saunders | Comments: ( 433 ) | Date: ( Apr 01, 2020 )

Nothing preordained Elisabeth of Wittelsbach, known as Sissi , to become Empress of Austria at the age of seventeen It was, in fact, despite herself that the young Bavarian duchess, who had always been somewhat rebellious and untamed, was courted by the Emperor of Austria, one of Europe s most powerful men, whom she finally accepted to marry Attempting by all means to gNothing preordained Elisabeth of Wittelsbach, known as Sissi , to become Empress of Austria at the age of seventeen It was, in fact, despite herself that the young Bavarian duchess, who had always been somewhat rebellious and untamed, was courted by the Emperor of Austria, one of Europe s most powerful men, whom she finally accepted to marry Attempting by all means to get away from the Imperial Court, this Hungarian queen of legendary beauty will carry the weight of the Crown of the Habsburgs throughout her adult life Sissi does not adapt well to the strict etiquette of the imperial life, and the several moments she spends away from her husband are difficult A romantic liaison with an enemy count will serve as a rare source of comfort for the empress An unhappy sovereign, Sissi is nevertheless idolized by her people and becomes the main unifying actor of the Austro Hungarian Empire Alone at the head of a kingdom and hounded by her admirers, she will die a tragic death at the hands of a fanatic.


  • Title: SISSI: THE LAST EMPRESS
  • Author: Danny Saunders
  • ISBN: 9781511733069
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

About Author:

Danny Saunders

Danny Saunders is a true European history enthusiast He has always been keenly interested in royalty Danny holds a bachelor s degree in political science and also pursued communication studies at the university level He has worked as a journalist for various written and electronic media.Sissi The Last Empress is his second historical fiction novel.Danny Saunders is a member of The Marie Stuart Society, the Historical Novel Society, The Alliance of Independent Authors, and The Independent Author Network.



Comments SISSI: THE LAST EMPRESS

  • Catherine

    This was just awful. Not only does the book need a heavy does of editing, but the author forgot what previously happened in the book when writing about other events; for instance, Sissy's dead daughter is all of a sudden alive again when Sissy's health continues to decline, and she speaks to Franz. At first, I thought perhaps the book was intended for children because it is so repetitive in its language and phrasing, so sparsely researched, and not descriptive and juevinile in language, but it m [...]


  • Allyson

    I received this book free in return for my honest review.I enjoyed this novel, I didn't know anything about the Empress of Austria before this and since reading the book have googled her. I felt like I was getting a good feel for who this woman was and her tragic life. I enjoyed the paragraphs in the book which described the real people or events that this book depicted. I liked the writing of this author, I will definitely keep an eye out for his future books.


  • Rania Melhem

    In dire need of proof readingIn the first few pages we are treated to several errors, first baroness of Walden is wrong the governess of the children of duke maximising was named baroness Walden no of. Then we have Sis I being born with " A tiny teeth" And duke Max GRINDED his teeth.Finally in a blatant anachronism we have success Ludovika referring to her husband as "my man".I'll keep on reading just to ferret out more errors, since its pretty obvious this was never looked at by a proof reader [...]


  • Marge Holt

    Oops!While I did enjoy the wholesome, tactical approach that the writer took, and the obvious research into accuracy efforts, to an English major, there were far too many grammatical errors which soon detracted from the substance. It became irritating then annoying. Like the proverbial busman on holiday, seeing careless driving ruins the family trip for him or her, the bumping into errors in syntax, plural vs singular verbs, and punctuation, made me put it down. Sorry, but I don't have patience [...]


  • Ritu Nagpal

    Very immature writingAfter reading this book I did learn a lot about Sissi, but truly speaking writing lacked emotions. It was just a scrip with no soul. I wish writer could make more alive rather than just a narration.


  • Ana Neves

    AmazingI love Sissi. Amazing book. Just wish it to be more detailed in certain moments of her life. I wonder why there are no more movies about her!


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