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Caramellunacy (4): Elisabetta is a young country noble and daughter of a silk merchant on the outskirts of the Republic of Florence. She enjoys the company of the dashing young Giuliano de Medici and occasional conversations with his family friend Leonardo da Vinci. But Florence becomes a dark place after Giuliano's father's death as the radical reformer Savonarola takes hold.… (més)
Caramellunacy (1): An intriguing novel about a young woman of the Pazzi family in Renaissance Florence who serves as a muse to the painter Botticelli and who becomes embroiled in the bloody Pazzi Rebellion against the Medici ruling family.… (més)
Caramellunacy (8): A cute summer romance - travel abroad book. Pippa ditches her art history study abroad program (planned by her parents) in order to travel around Italy, seeing the sights, waiting tables in Cinque Terre and falling for an archaeology student she keeps running into.… (més)
Caramellunacy (2): Alessandra Giliani was a brilliant young woman from Persiceto - who is said to have studied anatomy and medicine at the University of Bologna in the 14th century - disguised as a boy as study was forbidden to women. This is a very briefly outlined sketch of her fascinating life.… (més)
Caramellunacy (6): A past/present intertwined story about a painting of a young woman in white and a young painter's apprentice with a dark secret on his way to paint the portrait of Lorenzo de Medici's beautiful young daughter. But he has a darker purpose in mind as well - for the Medici's bloody past is twined with his own.… (més)
Caramellunacy (7): A fast-paced historical adventure story (very Indiana Jones-style) that highlights all of Leonardo's genius (artistic and mechanical) whether he's painting a commission for his friend Sandro Botticelli or foiling an assassination attempt.… (més)
Caramellunacy (9): An interesting description of Brunelleschi's innovations in building the dome of Santa Maria dei Fiore in Florence. Could have done with more illustrations and a bit technical, but short and worthwhile if you enjoy puzzling out the feats of engineering.… (més)