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French Revolution: A History From Beginning to End  by Henry Freeman.

Little description: During the late years of the eighteenth century, the spirit of Enlightenment thinking and revolution were in the air. The world was changing, moving away from ingrained beliefs about religion, reason, society, and the rights of the individual and turning more towards the laws of nature as interpreted by the scientific method. Nowhere was the influence of this radical new way of thinking more apparent than in France, and the upheaval this caused would come to bloody fruition in the form of revolution.

Inside you will read about…
✓ An Environment of Revolution
✓ Rise of the Third Estate
✓ The Rights of Man
✓ Vive la Revolution!
✓ Reign of Terror
✓ The Last Revolutionaries

Explore the triumph and terror that existed in France during the French Revolution. Review the causes and the lasting effects brought about during this tumultuous time period when the common people of France struggled to remake their world upon the cornerstone of liberty.

Genre: History/ French Revolution

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My thoughts: 5 stars out of 5

I always liked French history, that’s why I pursued to study French Language in a college.

Some might say that Revolution was the only way to bring change, and I agree on that. But the bloody reign was not the solution….so many people died through guillotine as a traitors, only because they chose not to act and be demonstrative. Innocent die in hot pursuit of change, making the leader of the Revolution to be the executor and a despot. But the irony finds him here too…. he was executed by his followers, because he exercised uncontrollably his power to take lives, even the royal blood, while he couldn’t imagine the guillotine to become his last resting place… the very subject of his pursuit.

Lovely book… within the minutes the history runs through the pages of this book. Recommend for those who doesn’t like long boring  reading material.
Bravo!

PS. This book was provided by Johan for my review.

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