In the Stacks Episode 91: The Princess of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese

A video book review of The Princess of Nowhere by Lorenzo Borghese. Purchase the book on Bookshop here, and on Powell here.

"This is the reimagined story of Napoleon’s sister Pauline Bonaparte, who married a Borghese Prince in the early 19th century. Written from the point of view of Sophie, a young cousin and lady-in-waiting, they move into the Villa Borghese, where the arranged marriage is a loveless one. Pauline refuses to behave and constantly cheats on her husband." -- Michelle Z. from In the

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