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Diana: Her True Story Librarian S Note See Alternate Cover Edition For ISBN 068485080X 9780684850801.In A Shocking, Headline Making Story Coming As An NBC TV Movie , Andrew Morton Goes Beyond Speculation To Present The Facts About Princess Diana And Her Royal Marriage Written With The Full Cooperation And Support Of Diana S Family And Friends, Who Speak Freely In A Sizzling, Insider S Tell All Startlingly Candid People Includes Never Before Seen Photographs.


10 thoughts on “Diana: Her True Story

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    Diana Her True Story, Andrew Morton Originally published in 1992, this biography was produced with the full co operation and input of the Princess Following the tragic and sudden death of the Princess in August 1997, the book has been fully revised to cont...


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    My heart, it bleedsThis is easily the best biography I ve ever read And it s been a long time coming Ever since I heard of this I ve wanted to read it It just so happens that I was recently in St John s and stopped to browse a local used bookshop, inside which I found a pristine copy of the book It is also fitting that I read it during the summer that is the 20th anniversary of her death.There is so much about this woman that I did not know Or, if I knew it, I didn t know the extent to which it affected her life Her relationship with Charles I learned so much about how it began, how it evolved, and how it ended I was horrified to hear just how involved Camilla Parker Bowles was from the very beginning I always thought Parker Bowles was introduced into the love triangle much later I was mistaken I felt the sadness, frustration, anger, resentment, and all other feelings that Diana felt as she watched her husband carry on an affair with Parker Bowles during their marriage There were dozens of meetings behind closed doors, romantic letters exchanged, phone calls had, all to knowledge of the tortured Lady Diana who had no other option but to sit idly by and allow this to go on I, mysel...


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    If I read this book when it came out it would have been a solid 5 stars It would be that for being the first in its kind the way it was done by sneaking the questions and answers out of Kensington Palace via a recorder and some cassette tapes and a sheet of questions This book by Andrew Morton did pave the way to other books that came after it It gave a voice to those who couldn t because of tradition or rules This book read 20 years after the death of Diana, while the content of this book was told in many documentaries that have been produced over the last 25 years The book tells the story of Diana from her youth till her almost the early 1990s From her mum leaving the family, the arrival of the stepmother, Diana meeting Charles, Diana living in London Diana being hounded by the p...


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    I ve always been interested in Princess Diana but at the height of her publicity, I was still too young to have any other impression of her than those of fairy tales, a handsome prince and his princess Then she died and the hype and mystery surrounding her death also kept me captivated for a while I didn t think to read anything about her until a friend mentioned recently that he wanted to thanks Mostafa I figured now, as an adult, was a good time to read her story, understand the facts, and have a grownup perspective of what was really going on in the Princess s life.I guess this review is going to be a mix of what I thought about Diana based on the book than what I thought of the book itself And it s going to contain spoilers because I don t know how to stress my emotional outrage while leaving them out Is there such a thing as spoilers in an auto biography, anyway Very interesting in the beginning the actual transcript interviews between Morton and Diana It might have been the best part of the book because after that, things became redundant Dubbed as the longest divorce petition of all time That gave me a chuckle.Firstly, I feel as if he exaggerated how horrib...


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    Firstly, I realize that this is a one sided story There is going to be a bias While the author did try to lay blame on Diana when it was due at times, it really was a sharp criticism of the Prince of Wales I m a monarchy buff, so I love this stuff Having read the Queen s biography by Sally Bedell Smith, it was interesting seeing information from both sides This account sheds light on how the Queen did see Diana as a threat to the royal family, not power wise but systemically She broke some of the stale traditions This book helped me see that it was for the better One point I got from it was that Diana forced the monarchy to adapt to the new millennium, and it s probably the reason the monarchy is held in high regard today, despite a tough economy I d say that the traits Diana instilled in Prince William is what makes him so popular and has gotten a new generation on board I d also say that this book led to the public disdain of Prince Charles It s as if many Brits have accepted that Charles is the way he is, but they have never forgiven him for Diana s death, and I d say the sentiment is at least double that towards Camilla I did learn a lot about Diana s early life...


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    This review and others can be found on BW Book Reviews.I ll admit it I m a bit behind the times with this book I had never heard of it until I was browsing my library s online downloadable audiobook catalogue and saw this as an option It wasn t until I started listening to it that I found out the story behind this book Diana, basically, wanted her words to get out and to set down her story before Prince Charles could So, she worked with Morton and someone else Morton gave the questions he had to the middle person, then the middle person asked her and they recorded the interview, then it went back to Morton Pretty impressive since it was never discovered and no one really knew her involvement until after.Even so is my opinion on Diana At this point, when this book was written, she was in the attack mode of her life She wanted to attack Prince Charles and, at times, it shows She wanted to put herself in the light of the poor, lied to, cheated upon wife That s a role she did to perfection, honestly However, I also see Diana for what she was an unbalanced woman who was fighting against a system and doing it in all the wrong ways...


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    Tabloid fodder, that s all this feels like Thankfully my copy wasn t the overblown 300 400 pages in the mass market paperback, I don t think I could ve gotten through it otherwise Full of spelling mistakes it s easy to see how utterly rushed this was I m sure it was much sensational when it was first published, before Diana and Charles divorced I didn t learn anything new from it and I honestly feel guilty for owning it A person s life isn t meant to be judged and picked over so intensely by so many, regardless of who they are I had a Princess Diana photo book when I was a kid and I ve followed the British royal family ever si...


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    Blah This book leaves the reader wondering who was at fault for the Windsor s marriage failure From what this author writes, it had nothing to do with Diana s immaturity, bulimia, half hearted suicide attempts, intellectual capacity or lack thereof , or her extra marital affairs The whole fault lay with Charles and his philandering with Camilla Isn t it always the guy s fault The bottom line is that if a person is not born into the public spotlight, it s a ...


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    A harrowing read, which opened my eyes to the suffering Diana went through, including Charles cheating on her with Camilla even before he married Diana Really exposes the sinister behaviour of the Royal Family.


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    I read the original however long ago it was This was broken up into the original in her own words , an editorial of the original timeline and a post publication and her death.It was horribly exploitative I was a lot younger when I read this the first time Now I just feel sorry for Diana Yikes


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