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A reissue of this classic title brought up to date withnever before published material from the original taped interviews and anew introduction by Andrew Morton.This edition reflects onthe extraordinary circumstances surrounding the original publication,and on the long term legacy of Diana, the woman who helped reinvigoratethe royal family, giving it a emotional, human face, and thushelping it move forward into the 21st century....

Title : Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words: 25th Anniversary Edition
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ISBN : B06XPZDJZ5
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Format Type : Audio Book
Language : Englisch
Publisher : Michael O Mara Auflage 25th Anniversary edition 22 Juni 2017
Number of Pages : 577 Pages
File Size : 780 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Diana: Her True Story - In Her Own Words: 25th Anniversary Edition Reviews

  • dreamreader
    2018-10-26 20:24

    Bin zwar kein regelmäßiger Leser von Klatschspalten, aber dieses Buch (neu aufgelegt) hat mich doch interessiert. Ich wollte mir eine eigene Meinung bilden, ohne den zusätzlichen Filter von irgendwelchen Boulevardzeitungen dazwischen.Nun, es hat sich - trotz der unbestreitbaren Längen so etwa bei der Hälfte - sicher gelohnt. Es war sehr interessant Dianas Leben aus ihrer (!) Beschreibung kennen zu lernen und dabei auch neue Einschätzungen zu bekommen. Ganz wichtig war für mich die Information, dass Diana (wie ihre Mutter) die Fähigkeit hatte innerhalb von Sekunden auf "Smile" umzuschalten. Das war doch etwas das mich immer verwirrte und auch heute noch verwundert, wie es - bei all den Dingen die man inzwischen über ihre Ehe und ihr Leben erfährt - möglich war, dass sie nur lächelnd und entspannt in der Öffentlichkeit zu sehen war.Wer sich die Zeit nehmen möchte, Charles und Diana etwas besser zu verstehen, dem sei dieses Buch empfohlen.Es ist in einem gut verständlichen Englisch geschrieben.

  • Bettina Wietgrefe
    2018-10-24 20:22

    Ich habe mich immer zu Diana hingezogen gefühlt,,,wie so viele andere Menschen auch, die sie tief berührt hat.Das Buch ist teilweise sehr traurig zu lesen. Was für schreckliche Jahre sie erlebt hat. Es gibt auf unserer Erde nicht nur körperliche Gewalt...Ich mußte zwischendurch das Buch weglegen und mal was anderes lesen. Wie schwer auch für die Prinzen, mit dem Wissen leben zu müssen wie sehr ihre Mutter unter der königlichen Familie, insbesondere ihrem Mann, gelitten hat...Ein tief berührendes Buch, allerdings nur in Englisch verfügbar. Also Wörterbuch dabei!

  • Judy Pelczeder
    2018-10-27 18:26

    Bestellung und Lieferung ist schnell abgelaufen, das Buch ist in perfektem Zustand angekommen. Als Lesematerial ist auch sehr interessant, wollte mir schon seit Lange besorgen. Da es eine Jubiläumsausgabe ist, wurde mit extra Infos und Kapitels erweitert.

  • Robert Domzalski
    2018-11-02 18:15

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  • Amazon Customer
    2018-11-02 16:18

    Poor, black and white and in many parts trivial. In many aspects the book is also almost misogynic and offensive

  • handyhülle
    2018-10-20 19:27

    Die Ware habe ich schnell erhalten und auch das Buch ist wie beschrieben, lesenswert. Vielen Dank und gerne immer wieder

  • Becky
    2018-10-31 18:16

    This book has been called "the longest divorce petition in history", and when you read it, you would have to agree with that statement. But what you have to remember is that at the time when Diana agreed to co-operate with Mr Morton, she was feeling sad, lonely, and unhappy, but she was never allowed to express that publicly. She was unhappy with her life, unhappy with her royal image, and most of all, unhappy with her marriage, yet she couldn't do what anyone else in that situation would be able to do - she couldn't visit a local solicitor and obtain a divorce. Poor woman, she couldn't even go to the gym without being followed by a throng of photographers.When this book was published in 1992, it was dismissed by the establishemnt as being a pack of lies, but ultimately they, and the public too, discovered that it wasn't when Charles admitted his infidelity with the redoubtably ugly and gauche Camilla Parker Bowles, and when, in her astonishingly frank Panorama interview, Diana candidly shared the harrowing details of her eating disorder, bulimia.This book succeeded on many levels. It certainly exposed the shocking truth about the Royal marriage and portrayed the Royal Family, for the first time ever, not as cherished icons but as ordinary individuals with more than their share of character defects (and this means Diana, too!) But it ultimately succeeded in its portrayal of an immature twenty year old girl, who won the hearts of the world when she kissed the Prince, only to have him become a toad, to the beautiful, compassionate symbol of kindness, caring, and humanity that she was when she was so tragically snatched away from the world. For it was the publication of this book that enabled Diana to seek a new life for herself, and in doing so she developed the character traits that enabled us all to fall in love her, this time more completely, again and again and again.

  • None
    2018-11-04 17:09

    This book, did jump around a lot, and was not written in the best way, but the satory itself is heart breaking, and I was reading the reviews and some of the people are very cruel hearted. I went through bulimia, and it is a very serious issus and I believe that all the changes around her and the unsupportiveness, from the royal family, and her husband were a factor, not to say that it wasn't also partly her fault, bulimia is a mental desise and you really have to help yourself, and that would be a very hard thing to do with no one supporting her and incuriging her, and before you dismiss this review as corny and stupid, just image you, yourself going through something like that, and as hard you try you just CAN"T break through the self hate, and it's hard it took me a long time to do what I did. I think that this is an amazingly true story and is a must read for anyone with a heart.