[ read online ] The Girl with the Golden Scissors: A Novel Author Julia Drosten – Andy-palmer.co.uk

The Girl with the Golden Scissors: A Novel From The Bestselling Author Of The Lioness Of Morocco And The Elephant Keeper S Daughter, The Story Of An Ambitious Young Woman Discovering Friendship, Love, And Her Own Identity On The Eve Of World War IChristmas A Baby Is Born In The Early Hours At Vienna General Hospital, Only To Be Abandoned By Her Unwed Mother And Entrusted To A Foundling Home And Its Loving CaretakerFanny Schindler Grows From A Precocious Girl Into A Strong Willed Young Woman Undeterred By The Rules Of Her Station, She S Determined To Rise Above Her Humble Origins And Pursue Her Dreams At All Costs, Becoming An Apprentice To One Of The Most Glamorous Fashion Houses In Austria Hungary All The While, As Fanny Searches For A Sense Of Belonging, Her Path Crosses With Those Of Three People Who Will Change Her Future To One, She Is A Cherished Friend To Another, A Confidant And To A Handsome Career Soldier, SomethingWhen Hostilities In Europe Burst Into Flame As A Brutal World War, The Future Of The Dual Monarchy Is At Stake, Friendships Are Strained, Loyalties Are Tested, And Everything Is At Risk And When Long Buried Secrets About Fanny S Past Come To Light, She Must Decide What Truly Matters And What Is Worth Fighting For In A New World Of Infinite Possibilities


About the Author: Julia Drosten

Das Autorenpaar Horst und Julia Drosten lebt im sch nen gr nen M nsterland und hatte schon immer den Wunsch, B cher zu schreiben Fast genauso viel Spa , macht den beiden die Recherche Sie flogen schon zusammen in einem alten Doppeldecker, sahen einem Landschlachter ber die Schulter oder lie en sich von einer Kosmetikerin verw hnen.Ihr Bestseller Die L win von Mogador schaffte es im Juni 2014 auf Platz 1 der historischen Romane bei .Julia Drosten schreibt bevorzugt historische Romane Mit Die Honigprinzessin haben sie das erste Mal einen Gegenwartsroman geschrieben, der von Liebe, Honig und Verwicklungen in Berlin handelt.Bisher erschien von Julia Drosten Das Revuem dchen 2009 Die Seidenrose 2011 Die L win von Mogador 2013 Die Honigprinzessin 2014 Die schwarze Taube von Siwa 2015 Die Elefantenh terin 2016 The Lioness of Morocco 2017 Das M dchen mit der goldenen Schere 2017 The Elephant Keeper s Daughter 2018



10 thoughts on “The Girl with the Golden Scissors: A Novel

  1. Tahera Tahera says:

    In Christmas of 1889, in Vienna, a girl child is born to an unwed mother at the Vienna General Hospital who abandons her The child is subsequently taken in by the matron of the foundling home attached to the hospital who also presided over the


  2. Mackey Mackey says:

    I absolutely love historical fiction especially when it is written as eloquently as The Girl With the Golden Scissors.Franny was born in 1889 in Vienna only to be abandoned by her unwed mother She is cared for, lovingly, at a foundling home where she


  3. Ann-Marie Ann-Marie says:

    This book is getting quite a bit of promotion onright now I was lucky enough to have gotten an ARC, or I might have skipped it That would have been a shame The Girl With the Golden Scissors is an historical fiction novel which takes place in Vienna and Hung


  4. Dionne Abouelela Dionne Abouelela says:

    I truly loved this book I found the characters rich and wound together in beautiful ways I wanted to root for Fanny, and most importantly for me as a reader, I couldn t wait to see where her life took her While I m still processing the book, I will put a full revi


  5. Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا says:

    How have I never heard of this author before I love that I still discover new authors Her titles and covers are amazing


  6. Avigail Avigail says:

    Thank you, Netgalley.com, for giving me a chance to read a free copy of The Girl With the Golden Scissors in exchange for a fair review.Historical fiction is a genre I like to read during the winter months The Girl With the Golden Scissors is the story of an illegitimate child


  7. C.A. Gray C.A. Gray says:

    I was really into this for the first few hours I enjoy historical narratives as an escape, because they break the stereotypical plotlines of modern stories, and also because I can generally expect to be spared some of the modern sex, violence, language, and political agendas I stopped


  8. Meagan Beard Meagan Beard says:

    How did this receive such good reviews I stuck with it, but it continuously disappointed me The main characters were shallow and I was never emotionally drawn in to the story On top of that, infidelity just doesn t ever fly in my book, so the resolution of the story was a huge letdown Would


  9. Kristina Ellis Kristina Ellis says:

    I couldn t put this book down This would make a great movie.


  10. Phronsie Phronsie says:

    I read that this was sort of a historical romance and at first I was like, Meh Romance isn t my thing Then I actually read it and went, This islike historical fiction with a little bit of romance thrown in Time period just before and during WWISetting Europe, specifically Austria HungaryOh, the things mon


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