Csardas

by Diane Pearson

eBooks of the Month Historical Fiction

Csardas Synopsis

CSARDAS - taken from the name of the Hungarian national dance - follows the fortunes of the enchanting Ferenc sisters from their glittering beginnings in aristocratic Hungary, through the traumas of two World Wars. From the dazzling elegance of coming-out balls, feudal estates and a culture steeped in romance, to terror and starvation in the concentration camps - no story could be more dramatic than that of Eva and Amalia Ferenc, whose fate it is to be debutantes when the shot which killed Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo plunged Europe into the First World War. Their story is enthralling, tragic, romantic - and absolutely unputdownable.

Csardas Press Reviews

'A story you won't easily forget, done on the scale of GONE WITH THE WIND'
Sunday Mirror

'I defy anyone to remain unaffected
London Evening Standard

 

'Immensely readable...has all the fire and dash of the national dance from which it takes its title
Sunday Telegraph


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ISBN: 9781781857519
Publication date: 28/08/2014
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Format: Paperback

Book Information

ISBN: 9781781857519
Publication date: 28th August 2014
Author: Diane Pearson
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 512 pages
Genres: eBook Favourites, Historical Fiction,
Categories: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945),

About Diane Pearson

Diane Pearson worked in publishing for four decades and is the author of seven novels, including the bestselling CSARDAS. She was President of the Romantic Novelists Association for twenty-five years. She lives in South London.

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