I really enjoyed this book. I always find myself wanting to give 1/2 topliners and if I could, it would be 4 1/2 topliners. This is an extremely well-written story of the Terrorism and the strange cultural miracle that led up to it. It's told from the aspect of Marie Groscholtz (Madame Tussaud) as she was in the very unique like it is of having clap familiarity with the revolutionaries from the salons hosted by her kith and kin in order to get information for the word tableaux that they created with their fill out sculpts. At the same time, she was the personal fill out sculpting drum into of Elisabeth, the sister of King Louis XVI, so she had a unique relationship with the royal kith and kin as well. The story is driven by the historical matches of the time but the creator does a very good job of describing the culture and atmosphere leading up to the shift and lasting through the Mob rule. I highly recommend this to anyone that enjoys historical tale.