❰BOOKS❯ ⚣ The Girl with the Golden Scissors Author Julia Drosten – Uroturk.info

The Girl with the Golden Scissors From The Bestselling Author Of The Lioness Of Morocco And The Elephant Keeper S Daughter, The Story Of An Ambitious Young Woman Discovering Friendship, Love, And Her Own Identity On The Eve Of World War I ChristmasA Baby Is Born In The Early Hours At Vienna General Hospital, Only To Be Abandoned By Her Unwed Mother And Entrusted To A Foundling Home And Its Loving CaretakerFanny Schindler Grows From A Precocious Girl Into A Strong Willed Young Woman Undeterred By The Rules Of Her Station, She S Determined To Rise Above Her Humble Origins And Pursue Her Dreams At All Costs, Becoming An Apprentice To One Of The Most Glamorous Fashion Houses In Austria Hungary All The While, As Fanny Searches For A Sense Of Belonging, Her Path Crosses With Those Of Three People Who Will Change Her Future To One, She Is A Cherished Friend To Another, A Confidant And To A Handsome Career Soldier, SomethingWhen Hostilities In Europe Burst Into Flame As A Brutal World War, The Future Of The Dual Monarchy Is At Stake, Friendships Are Strained, Loyalties Are Tested, And Everything Is At Risk And When Long Buried Secrets About Fanny S Past Come To Light, She Must Decide What Truly Matters And What Is Worth Fighting For In A New World Of Infinite Possibilities


15 thoughts on “The Girl with the Golden Scissors

  1. says:

    Thank you, Netgalley.com, for giving me a chance to read a free copy of The Girl With the Golden Scissors in exchange for a fair review.Historical fiction is a genre I like to read during the winter months The Girl With the Golden Scissors is the story of an illegitimate child of the Austro Hungarian empire, became an indepen


  2. says:

    Set in Vienna in 1889 Fanny born in a hospital and given up and raised in what what was called foundling home for orphans So many were mistreated and abused in foster care, that Josepha who had been working there for years, kept Fanny in the home and raised her Fanny grew to be an independent woman who loved to sew D you know, I ve bee


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