Sabine Weigand

Ich, Eleonore, Königin zweier Reiche

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ISBN: 978-3-10-403219-1


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When the beautiful Eleanor, heiress of Aquitaine, marries the King of France in 1137, she brings music, art, and liveliness to the dour Parisian court. But the marriage fails, and Eleanor does the unthinkable: she divorces the King. Though she is mercilessly slandered, she marries Henry Plantagenet, King of England. She reigns at his side, dazzling all with her power – but what should she do when Henry is unfaithful? Will she urge her sons against their father to avenge their mother? Will she risk all – including her own life?
Sabine Weigand brilliantly illuminates the life of Eleanor of Aquitaine, and how her fate changed the course of France, England, and the whole of Europe.

About Sabine Weigand

Sabine Weigand is an historian from Franconia. She has planned exhibitions for museums, and is now a freelance writer and member of the Bavarian State Parliament. All nine of her historical novels are based on true stories. For The English Princess she carried out research on the life of Daisy von Pless in Silesia.

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Ich, Eleonore, Königin zweier Reiche
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