David Gold Gold 从 Karasi, Chernihivs'ka oblast, 乌克兰
我真的喜欢这本书。 快速阅读。 我最初购买它是因为没人会和我一起看电影-现在我很高兴能代替我读这本书。 我喜欢它是由一个年长的女人写的...我喜欢阅读她对人类灭绝的世界的理解。 当我想到自己从未梦想过的想法时，我真的很认真。 很酷的书。
Before Kristina was born, her parents, King Gustav II Adolf of Sweden and his wife Maria Eleonora, had tried for years to have a child that survived. While her mother was pregnant with her, astrologers predicted Kristina would be a boy. Kristina's mother wept with disappointment upon discovering that her newborn infant was female, but her father declared his daughter would be as good as any boy. And when no more children were born to her parents and her father died when Kristina was just six, she inherited the throne of Sweden. Now eleven years old and waiting for the day when she will be old enough to rule on her own, Kristina begins a diary on Midsummer Day, 1638. She describes her education, which is that of a boy, as well as holidays and festivals and her difficult relationship with her mother. I recommend this book to all fans of The Royal Diaries series. It brings to life the story of Kristina, a lesser-known royal whose life was fascinating. I liked the unique setting as I had never read a book set in 17th century Sweden before.