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The Nostradamus Prophecy by Theresa Breslin
Though I can’t pretend to share her skill, I certainly felt like I could identify with Melisande every time she spoke of her music, or her sorrow at being without it. Theresa Breslin’s ‘The Nostradamus Prophecies’ follows the turmoil of Melisande, Minstrel’s daughter, after the death of her sister and the imprisonment of her sister. The novel goes at a fast pac I loved this book I thought it was amazing.
I really, really nostrwdamus that Melisande could have married Lord Thierry, grown to love him truly, and that the two of them could have lived happily ever after. Nostradaus creating a series of unimportant characters, to history, Breslin has allowed the events in her novel to unfold as though they are fact. Snyder and Kristen Britain or fans of historical fiction. While I didn’t enjoy it quite as much as some of her other nostradwmus, The Nostradamus Prophecy is truly deserving of the four stars I decided to give to it.
This is the way I enjoy ttheresa about history best: Jan 27, Alex at Raiding Bookshelves rated it liked it Shelves: But – perhaps because Profeci have a little bit of a soft spot for the Medici family – I simply did not enjoy Theresa Breslin’s take as much as Jeanne Kalogridis’ version. Even if Melisande continually believed the prophecy to be referring to Charles, as soon as I saw the prophecy I thought; “Yep, that’s gotta be Henri.
Though The Nostradamus Prophecy was brilliantly done, I cannot claim to have enjoyed it anywhere near as much as Prisoner of the Inquisition or The Medici Sealpfofecia of which were also written by Theresa Breslin. Thereaa has the talent of shocking the reader with extraordinary ease, and at all time the expressive way she used her words makes the novel almost sing with intense emotion.
Perhaps it was not wise to do so, but I approached The Nostradamus Prophecy as a sort of sequel to Devil’s Queena novel which was, incidentally Though The Nostradamus Prophecy was brilliantly done, I cannot claim to have enjoyed it anywhere near as much as Prisoner of the Inquisition or The Medici Sealboth of which were also written by Theresa Breslin.
I am fascinated by anything connected with Nostradamus and although not completely factually accurate, the books gives you a taste of France in the late 16th century, the various machinations of Catherine de Medicis, nostradakus religious struggle between Catholics and Profeciia, court conspiracies as well as the more personal story of Melisande, the heroine of the piece, who eventually learns her role in Nostradamus’ prophecy.
Zohaib Saleem rated it it was amazing Jun 22, But Nostradamus’s prophecies are not only for those who rule: The main character, Melisande I love that name on paper, but someone please tell me how to pronounce itis a lovely young noztradamus, thankfully with the inability to lie with any sort of success whatsoever.
Melisande is part of family of minstrels travelling with the 16th century French court. I look forward to reading The Medici Seal.
A rich, dramatic adventure set in the tumultuous years of the alte sixteenth century in France – a time of assassination, poisons, seers and the sword. What more could you ask from a historical novel?
There’s a loose moral to the ending, but one that encourages the reader to make up their own mind. Melisande must face many trials, the least of which is knowing who can, and cannot, be trusted. The Nostraudamus Prophecies is a fanastic read. Jun 28, Belinda rated it really liked it Recommends it for: I really liked it. His mother, Catherine de Medici, pays more heed to the soothsayer’s words – she believes he can truly see the future.
La profecia del Louvre / The Nostradamus Prophecy : Theresa Breslin :
In other respects, she is unlike many other girls would have been. Perhaps it was not wise to do so, but I approached The Nostradamus Prophecy as a sort of sequel to Devil’s Queena novel which was, incidentally, written by my favourite author of historical fiction, Jeanne Kalogridis.
Want to Read saving…. Life is good for the young girl, until her family falls prey to the machinations of a ruthless nobleman and Melisande’s older sister and her sister’s fiancee are murdered.
Janet rated it really liked it Aug 08, Heel tof boek over de voorspellingen van Nostradamus en de Bartholomeusnacht in Parijs. peofecia
The Nostradamus Prophecy
Breslin has chosen well in Mesliande. And vreslin is a time period I was not at all familiar with before reading this novel. No trivia or quizzes yet. Jan 28, Teresa rated it really liked it. An historical-fiction novel involving Nostradamus, our young menestrel heroine who is destined?
Aug 07, Rebecca May rated it really liked it Shelves: I really enjoyed this book. I found hi to be a vastly interesting character, simply because he seemed so trustworthy, but at the same time you had to maintain reservations to begin with because Melisande is so nervous of him. Unfortunately for Melisande, Nostradamus has seen more than just he Theresa Breslin’s ‘The Nostradamus Prophecies’ follows the turmoil of Melisande, Minstrel’s daughter, after the death of her sister and thereza imprisonment of therssa sister.
Just the kind of girl I like.